ALFA International's Complimentary Fall On-Demand CLE Series
ALFA International is pleased to announce that we have compiled the recordings from our COVID-19, Spring into Ethics and Summer CLE Webinar Series into this complimentary Fall On-Demand CLE Series. We invite you to view any of the webinar recordings by clicking on the hyperlinked titles below.
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- It’s How You Tell the Tale
The webinar panelists explore the methods of great storytelling by using good facts and eclipsing bad facts
- Navigating Project Default
The webinar panelists provide best practices on how to protect yourself and mitigate damages arising from project defaults.
- The Lost Art of Damages
The webinar panelists discuss the reality of what damages can be recovered and how the understanding of the abstract art of damages can be critical to mediation, setting budgets, reserves and how the litigation will be managed.
- Supreme Court 2020-2021 Preview
The webinar panelists discuss the most significant cases to be decided by the Supreme Court and how these cases can impact daily business operations.
- Combatting Counterfeiting and Gray Market Sales
Nothing is more frustrating to a company than seeing the value of its brand and goodwill diminished by counterfeit, gray market, and other unauthorized sales of its product. The webinar panelists outline proactive steps a company can take to best position itself, if and when litigation with a counterfeiter or gray market seller arises.
SPRING ETHICS SERIES
- Riding the COVID-19 Turbulence in LATAM
Lawyers from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico explore the impact of the pandemic in Latin America, analyze the situation in each jurisdiction, and suggest strategies for clients to navigate their way around the different issues.
- Understanding the Paycheck Protection Program
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act or the “CARES Act”, includes a Paycheck Protection Program which provides $349 billion for government guarantees for a modified version of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 7(a) loan program. The panel will share the four important ways The Paycheck Protection Program modifies the 7(a) loan program.
- Navigating the Ever-Changing Landscape of COVID-19
The spread of COVID-19 and the response of federal, state, and local governments continues to create unprecedented challenges for employers. Attorneys from ALFA International member firm Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL's multi-disciplinary Coronavirus COVID-19 Response Team discuss how current law is intersecting with new legislation and the impact those changes will have on businesses.