Upcoming Conferences and Seminars


Nov. 4, 2014
San Francisco, CA
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Dean D. Paik and John G. Heller will appear as panelists on the program "Credit Suisse: Too Big to Jail?” sponsored by the BASF's Litigation Section and the Criminal Justice Section. Along with co-panelists Michael J. Shepard and Adam Reeves, Mr. Paik will discuss the increasing prosecution of corporations culminating in the recent guilty pleas of Credit Suisse Bank, one of the largest financial institutions in the world, on tax evasion charges. Mr. Heller will serve as moderator. Click here for registration and more details.

Nov. 18-19, 2014
San Francisco, CA
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Neil H. O'Donnell and Aaron P. Silberman will present the Federal Publications Seminars course, "Terminations of Government Contracts” at the Platinum Hotel. Mr. O'Donnell will speak on terminations for default, and Mr. Silberman will speak on terminations for convenience. For more information and to register, visit the FedPubs website.

Dec. 1, 2014
San Francisco, CA
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Merri A. Baldwin is the chair of PLI’s “California MCLE Marathon 2014” program to be held in San Francisco on December 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The program will feature four hours of ethics, including cutting-edge topics including attorney ethical issues, client obligations, and developments in the rules and case law governing lawyers. The program can be accessed here.

Dec. 8, 2014
San Francisco, CA
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Merri A. Baldwin will speak on ethical issues in licensing at PLI’s program “Understanding the Intellectual Property License 2014” to be held in San Francisco on December 8, 2014 from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Details of the program are available here.

Dec. 9, 2014
Rockville, MD
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Robert Metzger will be speaking on a panel at the Global Supply Chain Summit of the National Defense Industrial Association, at the Crown Plaza Rockville. He will discuss the new DFARS regulation and evaluate how well it works to protect against maliciously encoded or “tainted” parts and will offer recommendations on how to improve counterfeit avoidance plans to deal with this category of pernicious threats. For more information and to register, click here.



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