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    It’s hardly possible to do business without one, or both, parties requiring an confidentiality agreement. How can you streamline NDA contract review and still provide maximum protection? This course will provide practical tips for managing the onslaught of NDA requests including drafting tips, educating the business, and technology solutions. Promoting enterprise competitive capability. Pluses and minuses of Confidentiality Agreements, how to conduct internal training, streamlining the NDA contract review while still providing maximum protection.

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    In-house practice raises ethical issues and real-life dilemmas every day that are different from the concerns you may have encountered representing corporate clients in another industry or as an outside counsel. This program starts with the basics: identifying "the client" when you're not sure who¹s actually personifying the company's interests or acting with proper authority; we then move to a discussion of some of the daily professional challenges of working with employees you counsel, but don't have a formal client relationship with, and give you a heads up on top hot topics such as privilege protection, conflicts, problems that arise due to increased lawyer "mobility," and more.

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    Prosecutors call it "three hots and a cot." Others call it "Club Fed." No matter what it’s called, today’s prosecutorial zeal often has one common goal: corporate officers leaving the executive suite for an eight by ten cell. The risks of running a business in today’s environment are far greater than the already formidable downside of potential business failure, and even unintentional missteps can result in a costly investigation, an enforcement proceeding, or a criminal indictment. Also, as the recent options backdating scandals have shown, the risks run all the way to the general counsel's office. This panel will draw on the experiences of white-collar and enforcement veterans to demonstrate how you can protect yourself and your corporate executives from costly mistakes when interacting with auditors, regulators, whistle-blowers, audit/special committees and prosecutors.


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