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Morrison & Foerster LLP and HP Autonomy are the 2014 Litigation Committee Sponsors.

The Litigation Committee aims to enhance the practice of in-house litigation and foster the professional development of ACC members working in this field. Key topics include the changing relationships between in-house litigators and outside counsel and the role of litigation in business strategy.

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Upcoming Teleconference Meeting

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at 4:00 PM ET, 8:00 PM GMT

Upcoming Webcast

Monetizing Large Judgements and Arbitration Awards


April 24th, 2014 9:00 AM EST, 1:00 PM GMT


Presented by ACC's Litigation Committee and Kobre & Kim LLP

As the value of judgments and arbitration awards coming out of large-scale litigation continues to rise, so does the challenge of enforcing them. Sophisticated judgment debtors today often hold assets protected in a variety of structures in offshore financial centers around the world, which create challenging roadblocks to efficient and prompt recovery that can only be overcome with the right tools and strategies.

In this webcast, a group of internationally based attorneys, experienced in enforcing high value judgments and recovering hidden assets will share their first-hand insights into the international judgment enforcement and asset recovery process. The panel discussion will include analysis of effective asset tracing, utilizing specific legal tools available in the U.S., Europe, Asia and offshore jurisdictions as well as the alternative fee structures available to minimize costs and risks.


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Upcoming Webcast

Monetizing Large Judgments and Arbitration Awards

Apr 24 2014 9:00 AM ET On-Line CLE/CPD Program
On Demand 60 Minutes
Sponsored by Kobre & Kim LLP

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Structuring Alternative Fee Arrangements in High-Stakes, Complex Litigation

May 15 2014 12:00 PM ET On-Line CLE/CPD Program
On Demand 60 Minutes
Sponsored by Bondurant Mixson & Elmore LLP

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InfoPaks

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, UK Bribery Act, and Anti-Corruption Compliance

Oct 2013 InfoPAK Download pdf
Sponsored by Morrison & Foerster LLP
The purpose of this InfoPAK is to assist corporate counsel in understanding and making decisions about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and global anti-corruption law. Included is a summary of the ...

So, Your Corporation Has Been Sued? What to Do in the First 30 Days

Aug 2012 InfoPAK Download pdf
Sponsored by Morrison & Foerster LLP
As corporate counsel, the last words you want to hear are: “Your corporation has been sued.” Nevertheless, it is a practical and potential reality-and one that all in-house counsel should be prepared ...

Recent Committee-Developed Resources

Top Ten Concepts to Understand about Predictive Coding

May 2013 Top Ten
Sponsored by Thomson Reuters
If you have not yet become acquainted with predictive coding, there is no shortage of articles and blogs available to get you caught up to date. To help get your bearings in the brave new world ...

Top Ten Tips for Managing the "Bring Your Own Device to the Workplace" Environment

May 2013 Top Ten
Sponsored by Thomson Reuters
The long-term impact of outside devices cannot fully be realized as technology and the court’s adjudication of such devices are constantly evolving. The following tips will assist counsel in understanding ...

Privilege in a Global Landscape Part I: In-house Counsel in the United States

May 2013 QuickCounsel
This QuickCounsel examines the predominant tests of privilege for in-house counsel in the United States, the risks involved with communicating with branch offices in other countries, and potential ...