14th Annual California MCLE Seminar—San Francisco



Date: January 16, 2019

Time: 7:30 a.m.–5:15 p.m.

Location: Embarcadero Conference Center, Four Embarcadero Center, 3rd Floor Promenade Level, San Francisco, CA 94111

Contact: Sandra Puljic
spuljic@nixonpeabody.com
415-984-8448

Please join us for Nixon Peabody’s 14th Annual MCLE “super” seminar for corporate counsel and legal professionals. Complete your MCLE requirements by the February 1, 2019, deadline (Group 1, A–G) and stay up to date on cutting-edge legal topics impacting every organization.

Due to our office move in January 2019 to floors 31–33 at One Embarcadero Center, our beautiful conference room space may not be ready, so the seminar will take place at the Conference Center at Four Embarcadero. Click here to view the location. Register early as seating is limited.

Earn up to 8.0 hours of MCLE credit including:

  • Competence (1 hour)
  • Elimination of bias (1 hour)
  • Ethics (2 hours)
  • General credits (4 hours)

Registration is complimentary and includes breakfast and lunch.

Continuing Education

8.0 MCLE credits (4 general, 2 ethics, 1 elimination of bias, and 1 competence issues) based on CA MCLE rules. Click here for continuing education details.

Program

7:30 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast
8:00 a.m. The Mindful Practice of Law (competence credit)
Jennifer Cormano
9:15 a.m. Avoiding Missteps When Buying and Selling Commercial Real Estate (general credit)
Alison Torbitt, Ian O’Banion
10:15 a.m. Break
10:30 a.m. Threats That Matter: Recent Developments in Privacy and Data Security (general credit)
Karl Belgum, Karina Puttieva
11:30 a.m. Ethics in IP Law (ethics credit)
Ron Lopez, Chris Mooney
12:30 p.m. Lunch
1:00 p.m. The New Celebrity: Navigating the Changing Advertising Landscape on Social Media (general credit)
Ellie Altshuler, Christina Chang
2:00 p.m. Ready, Set, Comply: Recent Developments in Labor and Employment Law (general credit)
Bob Dolinko, Bonnie Glatzer, Hillary Baca
3:00 p.m. Break
3:15 p.m. Breaking Down the Boardroom Door—California’s ‘Women-On-Boards’ Law, SB826: Potential Implications, How to Comply and Best Practices for Creating a More Diverse and Inclusive Workforce (elimination of bias credit)
Moderator: Stephen Reil
Panelists: Rekha Chiruvolu, Bonnie Glatzer, Lior Zorea
4:15 p.m. Legal Ethics and the Attorney-Client Privilege (ethics credit)
Bruce Copeland, Ryan Duckett
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