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An Overview of Shareholder Derivative Litigation Principles and the Impact of Director and Officer Indemnification Agreements (August 7, 2019)

Program Number: 2996 Presenter: Jennifer Hadley Catero, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online Programs are not available until after the program date. If the online purchase button is not showing, then the on-demand program is not yet available. **** This course provides an overview of the procedural mechanics of a shareholder derivative claim including the nature of a derivative claim, the posture of the named parties, determining applicable law, the demand requirement, demand futility, the role of the internal investigation and special litigation committees. The course also touches upon the various sources of coverage for a director or an officer who is targeted by such a claim including D&O insurance, statutory indemnification requirements and also the corporation’s charter documents including the articles and bylaws. Indemnification Agreements can also provide an additional layer of protection for the director and officer which can help corporation’s attract top talent. Some

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DOL Issues New Guidance Rescinding the 20% Rule: What This Means for Managing Tipped Employees

Program Number: 2939 Presenter: Justin R. Barnes, Esq., Eric Magnus, Esq.

On November 8, 2018, the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor (DOL) rescinded the so-called “20% Rule,” which purported to segregate the duties of tipped employees between allegedly tip-generating duties and related non-tipped duties (sometimes referred to as a “side work”), and thereby limit the availability of the tip credit. The rule has been replaced with prior DOL guidance issued in 2009. Speakers Eric Magnus and Justin Barnes will discuss the new guidance, implications of this change for the service industry, and offer advice on how employers can assign work to tipped employees without jeopardizing use of the tip credit.

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What the Supreme Court’s Murphy v. NCAA Decision Means for Fantasy Sports

Program Number: 2938 Presenter: Glenn Colton, Esq., Jennifer O'Sullivan, Esq.

Arent Fox Sports Partners Glenn Colton and Jennifer O’Sullivan invite you to a 60-minute webinar that will highlight key consequences from the US Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the federal ban on state sponsored sports betting. Following that decision, many issues remain. Will there be an overarching federal gambling law? Will that law address fantasy sports as well? If there is no federal law, how will states distinguish between fantasy sports businesses and traditional gambling businesses. What should the fantasy sports industry be doing to protect itself from improper classification and potential over-regulation? This webinar will review the history and nature of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, including the Supreme Court decision in Murphy v. NCAA, as well as the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act and Wire Act, analyze how the applicable laws affect the gaming and fantasy sports industries from a business perspective, and

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SEC Whistleblower Program: Where We Stand with Internal Investigations and Corporate Policies/ Procedures

Program Number: 2936 Presenter: Jennifer L. Berhorst, Esq. , Jennifer Kies Mammen, Esq.

In this program, of particular interest to in-house lawyers and litigators at public companies, our presenters will address developments under the SEC’s Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Program, including the Supreme Court’s 2018 decision favoring a narrow definition of “whistleblower” and proposed amendments to the whistleblower rules, and will offer practical tips in conducting internal investigations and reviewing company policies and procedures.

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