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Inspector General Whistleblower Investigations – How They Work & How to Manage if Under Investigation (02/20/2019)

Program Number: 2945 Presenter: Margaret Cassidy, Esq.

Federal Government inspector general offices are required to investigate whistleblower complaints against contractors in certain circumstances. If your company does business with the federal government, it is important to know: How inspector general offices work, When IG’s must investigate whistleblower complaints, How the “new” DoD alternative dispute resolution process for whistleblower complaints work, and What your company can do to mitigate the risk of an inspector general investigation as well as how to manage if your company is under investigation. This CLE will discuss applicable laws, regulations and best practices on making it through an IG investigation.

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“I’m the controller!” “No, I am!”: Joint Controllers under the GDPR (03/06/2019)

Program Number: 2943 Presenter: Sean Christy, Esq., Tyler Thompson, Esq.

The relationship between controllers and processors under the EU’s GDPR is well understood, but what if neither party is a processor? Is the relationship a data pool, a professional engagement, or a shared marketing program or service? In these and many other scenarios it is possible that the relationship is instead that of joint controllers. This program will take an in-depth look on how to determine when a relationship is between a controller and a processor, separate controllers, or joint controllers and the ramifications of each construct. Additionally, learn how to structure a contractual relationship between joint controllers and receive template documents designed to make the relationship clear and compliant. Finally, hear practical guidance from BCLP attorneys who have structured large joint controller relationships, including those processing large amounts of sensitive data.

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The Business of Online Business: Session One - Domain Names and Domain Name Disputes (04/02/2019)

Program Number: 2941 Presenter: Shari Claire Lewis, Esq.

Every business with a website is an e-business and, as a result, face challenges that are unique to online commerce and twists on traditional ones. For example, the maxim “location, location, location” applies in the virtual world as much as in the physical realm. In this first session, we will discuss issues concerning Internet domain names – an e-business’s virtual name, address and introductory marketing statement. We will explore the explosive growth of top-level domains as potential new “neighborhoods” in the virtual world. We will also cover cybersquatting and reverse cybersquatting, which continue to impact domain name use, and the variety of venues where a claim may be heard. We will review recent criteria that courts and dispute resolution groups consider in assessing whether a domain name registration has an improper commercial purpose, as well as the various dispute resolution practices offered by the domain name registrars as potential alternatives

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Class Action Settlements: Getting Approval to Get the Deal Done (05/16/2019)

Program Number: 2935 Presenter: Michael Thompson, Esq.

After months or years of hard-fought litigation, you’ve reached a settlement of a class action lawsuit. The settlement procedure, however, has more steps than your typical settlement. In this program, Michael Thompson and Redi Kasollja will guide you through the class action settlement process. From drafting the agreement through final approval, Michael and Redi will give you tips and alert you to pitfalls that will help you get through the class settlement process unscathed.

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The Proposed Advertising and Solicitation Rules - Game Changer for Advisers (12/19/2019)

Program Number: 29215 Presenter: Nicole Kalajian, Esq.

The SEC has proposed significant amendments to its adviser advertising and solicitation rules, as well as related amendments to its books and records rule and the Form ADV. The proposal marks a drastic departure from the SEC’s current prescriptive approach with respect to adviser advertising, seeking instead to provide a more principles-based approach. The proposal is also meant bring the current rules into the 21st century in terms of social media use and other industry and technological changes. This webinar provides a detailed overview of proposal, including its differences with respect to the current rule.Learn all about these proposed changes and more at our webinar. We look forward to having you join us!

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Highlights of SEC Updates for Upcoming Form 10-K and Proxy Season (11/20/2019)

Program Number: 29180 Presenter: Chelsea Belote, Esq., Matthew Fry, Esq., Bruce Newsome, Esq.

Discussion of the SEC’s updates affecting the upcoming Form 10-K and proxy season. This presentation will focus on the following: (i) the additions, modifications, and eliminations of specific SEC required disclosures; (ii) the required hedging disclosure in upcoming proxy statements; (iii) recent SEC enforcement actions regarding misleading risk factor disclosure; and (iv) the recent SEC proposed additional disclosure modifications.

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