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  1. Program Materials

    This material covers the various roles in-house counsel may be called upon to play during a corporate crisis.

  2. Program Materials

    Continue your exploration of value-based fee structure options - looking beyond what was covered in Session 301. We’ll walk through the considerations to weigh when deciding fee structures, focusing on three more popular approaches: portfolio retainers, success/incentive fees, and contingencies. We recommend that you combine this with session 301, to expand your toolkit of options.

  3. Program Materials

    This program will review lessons learned in international litigation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) with a focus on Mexico. Most multinational corporations now have significant operations located in Mexico and, despite the business’s best efforts, may unfortunately find themselves embroiled in a legal dispute there. We will review the applicable legal recommendations for arbitration, mediation and litigation, including issues such as law firm selection, supervision of Mexican litigation, expected time frames for resolution, discovery, substantive and procedural concerns, institutional arbitration options, enforcement issues, etc. In-house counsel with experience in Mexican disputes will offer their insights and recommendations based on their experiences in-country.


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