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The Trump Administration's First 100 Days: In-House Guide to Key Policy & Regulatory Developments

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The Trump Card: Effectively Using Demands for Adequate Assurance of Performance

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The Antitrust Refresher You Might Really Need: Understanding and Managing Risk

 

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Don't Pull That Credit Report So Fast: The New Pitfalls of Employee Background Checks

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Can You Really Anticipate Harm in Commercial Agreements? Drafting Liability-Limiting Clauses

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Cybersecurity For In-House Counsel: Achieving Compliance (And Beyond) In A Breach-A-Day World

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Anticipating the 2016 Election Results: What Corporate Law Departments Need to Know

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Going, Gone, Global: What In-House Attorneys Need to Know About Immigration Law

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What To Do When The Government Comes Knocking

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Enforcement Actions: The Current Landscape - Tougher, Faster, Smarter

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In-House Economics for 2016: Managing the Supply and Demand for Legal Services in Law Depts.

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Archived Webinars
Tuesday
Feb142017

Clark Hill Attorneys Jane C. Luxton and Linda M. Watson to Present In-House Counsel Webinar “The Antitrust Refresher You Really Might Need” on February 21, 2017

Clark Hill attorney Linda M. Watson will moderate an in-house counsel webinar, “The Antitrust Refresher You Really Might Need,” on February 21, 2017, with guest speaker Jane C. Luxton of Clark Hill’s Washington, DC office.

Most companies think they have antitrust covered, but the Justice Department's most recent list of corporate fines in antitrust prosecutions indicates that even the largest, most sophisticated companies may be wrong in this assumption. The list published, January 12, 2017, shows that four of the ten highest fines ever for antitrust violations were imposed in 2017, and the year has barely begun. With fines in the hundreds of millions of dollars becoming the norm, and Fortune 500 companies peppering the list, it may be time for in-house counsel to consider an antitrust refresher.

Luxton, formerly a senior trial attorney at the Justice Department's Antitrust Division, will reinforce the basics and cover evolving trends in antitrust enforcement actions, including both U.S. and increasingly relevant foreign law prosecutions. She will also offer views on what to expect from Trump Administration antitrust enforcement. 

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This webinar is part of Clark Hill’s "2017 In-House Counsel Webinar Series" which offers monthly interactive webinars moderated by Watson that feature expert panelists who provide guidance and practical solutions to the challenges facing in-house counsel. Click here to view Clark Hill events and webinars and check back periodically for updates on our 2017 In-House Counsel Webinar Series.

Luxton provides antitrust training and counsel, based on years of government and private sector antitrust experience. 

Watson is a litigation partner at Clark Hill specializing in complex commercial litigation. She serves on the firm's Executive Committee and Co-chairs the Automotive & Manufacturing Practice Group 

Wednesday
Jan042017

Clark Hill Kicks Off Its 2017 In-House Counsel Webinar Series

DETROIT, MI – Clark Hill will kick off its 2017 In-House Counsel Webinar Series with the webinar Don’t Pull That Credit Report So Fast – The New Pitfalls of Employee Background Checks on Tuesday, January 17, 2017, from 12 pm to 1 pm EST.

An employee background check, in the form of pulling a candidate's credit report, is the cornerstone of a company’s due diligence. However, heightened regulatory scrutiny can make the simple task of pulling a credit report into a high-risk proposition that finds its way to the legal department. Clark Hill experts, Stephanie Rawitt and Joann Needleman, will break down for In-House Attorneys the necessary requirements a company must undertake in an investigation of a potential new hire, commencing with employer compliance with anti-discrimination laws and ban the box legislation, and concluding with guidance on the proper vetting of your service providers who may provide you with important credit information about your candidate.

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Tuesday
Nov152016

Clark Hill Attorneys Joel D. Applebaum and Linda M. Watson to Present "Can You Really Anticipate Harm in Commercial Agreements?” on November 16, 2016

Detroit, MI – Clark Hill attorneys Joel D. Applebaum and Linda M. Watson will present “Can You Really Anticipate Harm in Commercial Agreements? Drafting Liability-Limiting Clauses” on November 16, 2016, the final webinar in Clark Hill’s In-House Council Webinar Series for 2016.

A contracting party, as a matter of law, is entitled to minimum adequate remedies to recover direct damages, regardless of what the contract provides. In other words, while reasonable agreements limiting or modifying remedies are to be given effect, a contract provision that completely deprives a party of any remedy is unenforceable.

This complimentary webinar is designed to provide in-house attorneys with real stories and lessons learned, as well as best practice tips in negotiating, drafting and enforcing liability limiting clauses in contracts.

The following topics are a sample of what will be covered:

  • Understanding the scope of contract damages
  • Negotiating, drafting, and enforcing remedy provisions
  • Traps surrounding consequential damages
  • The truth behind liquidated damages
  • The impact of indemnity and other related provisions

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Wednesday
Sep282016

Clark Hill’s September & October In-House Counsel Webinars Update

Linda Watson welcomed Clark Hill colleague Tom L. Kelly as a guest speaker for the webinar “Anticipating the 2016 Election Results: What Corporate Law Departments Need to Know” on September 21, 2016.

Kelly covered how the most important contests in the 2016 Election may affect your company and legal department during the next administration. Among other things, the webinar will explore and provide insight into the following topics:

  • The race for the White House and what that means for legislative priorities (trade, immigration, climate change);
  • How likely is it the Senate will flip and the impact of a flip;
  • Whether Democrats can truly make inroads in the House and what that means to your company.

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Wednesday
Aug172016

Anticipating the 2016 Election Results: What Corporate Law Departments Need to Know

On September 21, 2016, Linda Watson will welcome special guest Tom Kelly, Director of Government Affairs in Clark Hill's Washington D.C. office, for a complimentary In-House Café webinar, Anticipating the 2016 Election Results: What Corporate Law Departments Need to Know.

Tom will cover how the most important contests in the 2016 Election may affect companies and legal departments during the next administration. He will explore and provide insight into the following topics:

  • The race for the White House and what that means for legislative priorities (trade, immigration, climate change);
  • How likely is it the Senate will flip and the impact of a flip;
  • Whether Democrats can truly make inroads in the House and what that means to your company.

Tom Kelly is a Director of Government Affairs in Clark Hill's Washington D.C. office, where he focuses on advising clients with a variety of legislative, executive branch and political needs. Prior to joining Clark Hill, Tom served as a Senior Policy Advisor at the White House Domestic Policy Council with a portfolio that included transportation, infrastructure, workforce development, skills/ training, urban affairs and financial literacy. During his time in the Obama Administration, Tom served as Deputy Director of the Office of Recovery for Automotive Communities and Workers, playing a critical role in helping distressed communities identify federal support as they mapped out a strategy for recovery. He has also held positions at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, serving in both the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, gaining extensive experience with the Federal budget cycle, and in the Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs.

A Michigan native, Tom holds a B.A. from DePaul University, an M.Sc. from the University of Oxford and an MPA from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Linda Watson, a litigation partner at Clark Hill specializing in complex commercial litigation, will moderate the webinar. Linda serves on the firm's Executive Committee and Co-chairs the Automotive & Manufacturing Practice Group.

Anticipating the 2016 Election Results: What Corporate Law Departments Need to Know

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT

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