Nixon Peabody In-House Corning CLE

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Nixon Peabody In-House Corning CLE

When:
Monday December 12, 2016, 2:30 – 5:00pm

Where: 
COC Headquarters (live interactive simulcast)
Hickory, NC 28601
Dining Room D

Corning Incorporated (live presentation)
Corning, NY 14831
SP Auditorium

Sorenson BioScience (Axygen) (live interactive simulcast)
6507 South 400 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84107

Expert Instructors: 
Brian W. Mahoney, Esq. Associate
Jeremy J. Wolk, Esq. Partner
Amy L. Reichhart, Esq. Associate
Meghan K. McGuire, Esq. Associate
Eric T. Tanck, Esq. Associate
Justin Douglas Swindells, Esq. Partner
Nixon Peabody LLP

Sponsored by: 
Nixon Peabody LLP


Commercial Contracts - Are Your "Best Efforts" Good Enough?
Program Description - This program will identify and describe the commonly used contractual levels of effort, including a discussion of what they mean, how they are interpreted by the courts. Practical suggestions for how and when to define these terms will also be discussed.

It Takes a Very Steady Hand!  Understanding the “Operation” and Anatomy of an IP License Grant
Program Description - This program will address:
• The differences between formal and functional licenses
• Attributes of a good license grant
• The type of intellectual property should affect the rights to be granted in a license
• The misunderstood meanings of the common adjectives in a license grant

Protecting the Attorney Client Privilege

Program Description - This program will address:

• The basics of attorney client privilege
• The different roles in-house counsel serve, and how that impacts privilege issues
• Protecting privilege when retaining outside consultants, accountants, PR firms and other advisors
• Sharing and protecting privileged information in the M&A context
• Practical tips                                                                                                                                        

* Includes Ethics Credit (.5)

 

Update on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Program Description – This program will address:

• Summary of key rule changes
• Case decisions applying new rules

 

Registration Information: 

All participants must be registered for the program. Seating is limited and registration is required. Registration for the program closes on Friday December 9, 2016. To register call 607.974.0665 or 828.901.6998, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

CLE Information:
North Carolina participants are invited to join by live simultaneous audio and visual teleconference accompanied with net meeting in a classroom setting. Accreditation for 2.5 CLE hours (2.0 General and 0.5 Ethics) will be applied for through the NC State Bar Continuing Legal Education Board. Attendance is confirmed both visually and by sign-in/sign-out sheet, as there must always be more than 1 attorney attending the Hickory classroom presentation.

New York participants are invited to join this live presentation, located at Corning, NY, in a classroom setting. This course is appropriate for both newly-admitted and experienced New York attorneys and has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for 2.5 CLE credits. (1.0 credit hours will be applied to the “Skills” requirement; 1.0 credit hours will be applied to “the Areas of Professional Practice” requirement; and .05 credit hours will be applied to the “Ethics” requirement). Attendance is confirmed both visually and by sign-in/sign-out sheet.

Utah participant is invited to join by live simultaneous fully-interactive audio and video teleconference accompanied with Outlook Online Meeting in a classroom setting. This course is appropriate for both newly-admitted and experienced New York attorneys and has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for 2.5 CLE credits. (1.0 credit hours will be applied to the “Skills” requirement; 1.0 credit hours will be applied to “the Areas of Professional Practice” requirement; and .05 credit hours will be applied to the “Ethics” requirement). Attendance is confirmed both visually and by sign-in/sign-out sheet.

Throughout the entire course, NC, UT, and NY attendees will be able to (1) participate in live interactive discussions, (2) visually see each other in their respective conference room, and (3) view the live PowerPoint presentation as presented by Mr. Mahoney, Mr. Wolk, Ms. Reichhart, Ms. McGuire, Mr. Tanck, and Mr. Swindells from the law firm of Nixon Peabody LLP. Each conference room location will have a sign-in/sign-out sheet and evaluation forms. The evaluation forms must be completed at the end of the course prior to departing the classroom and submitted to the CLE coordinator.

There is no fee for this course.

NO FOOD IS ALLOWED IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM DURING THE PROGRAM PRESENTATION.