Third Annual Supreme Court Webinar: Big Decisions, Major Ramifications for Business

Holland & Knight Program
CLE Available, Seminar, Webinar
October 28, 2015
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1:30 PM - 3:00 PM PT

Webinar

Live Program

400 South Hope Street
8th Floor
Los Angeles, CA

The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to hear arguments and issue decisions with major ramifications for business interests now that the bulk of the cases have been accepted for review. This webinar will provide a timely analysis of current legal issues and a unique perspective on cases that will be decided by the end of the term in June 2016.

This program is designed for all attorneys, in-house legal personnel and executives with compliance responsibilities. This presentation will focus on two categories of cases that are likely to have the greatest practical impact on:

  • how business is conducted — such as cases involving substantive issues of environmental, labor, securities, tax and white collar law, as well as issues of federal pre-emption
  • how business disputes are resolved — such as cases involving procedural and jurisdictional issues arising in class actions, arbitrations, litigation with trusts and other federal court litigation

Our moderator – Partner Laurie Webb Daniel – chairs Holland & Knight’s National Appellate Team. She has served as a commentator for CNN on Supreme Court arguments and on the faculty of many continuing legal education programs.

Speakers Richard Williams has extensive experience in Supreme Court litigation, and in the regulatory and substantive areas of law that the court will address. We hope you can join us for this highly informative program.

Continuing Legal Education: Holland & Knight will make all reasonable efforts to seek CLE credit for this program in states with an MCLE requirement. Holland & Knight is an approved provider in California, Illinois, New York and Texas. In certain instances, some programs may not be awarded CLE credits because of content, delivery or jurisdictional restrictions. For those New York-barred attorneys participating via webinar, this program's format does not quality for CLE credit for transitional (newly admitted) attorneys. New York CLE credit will be available for experienced attorneys. For those New York attorneys who attend the program in person in the Los Angeles office, CLE credit will be available for both transitional and experienced attorneys.

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