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  1. Sample Forms, Policies, and Contracts

    This sample tells you what you should know about advertising alcohol beverage products.

  2. Program Materials

    This session will enable in-house counsel to effectively respond to the need for a large-scale contracts remediation effort. This need may arise as a result of a regulatory enforcement action, such as after a US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violation has occurred, or after a change in regulation, such as when the EU declared the Safe Harbor framework to be invalid. While these efforts tend to be reactive in nature, panelists will pinpoint best practices for proactively identifying all business relationships and collecting and warehousing the associated documentation so that the company will be prepared to respond if needed. Panelists will present case studies of remediation projects, whether undertaken expeditiously under the watchful gaze of a monitor or over time in response to a change in regulation, or after the merger or divestiture of a key supplier.

  3. Program Materials

    Shakespeare said, "All the world's a stage;" in this session we are all players. This program will be your stage, and you will have a part in this two part drama involving both the acquisition of a business enterprise and a subsequent litigation when the parties’ expectations go awry. Here’s the plot of the drama: Through participating in a live negotiation exercise, attendees will gain insights into high-level negotiating strategies and tactics. Through engaging in a workshop, attendees will learn to create leverage in order to increase the likelihood of optimal negotiation outcomes. By viewing a mock mediation staged by the faculty members, attendees will decide where the line is between bluffing and dishonesty. When presented with an impasse, attendees will be given tools to get the negotiations back on track. With input from faculty members, attendees will get feed-back on negotiation styles and exit with pragmatic take-aways for use in future real life negotiations.


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