Below are all of our available Video On Demand Webinars, grouped by Series. You can watch a free preview of each webinar before it will ask you to purchase the webinar for full access. Please contact us with any questions or problems.
Bankruptcy law is generally a federal-based practice, and governed by title 11 of the United States Code (the Bankruptcy Code). Bankruptcy law, however, is far from an insular practice; This webinar series focuses on how issues involving intellectual property, employment and labor, tax law, and environmental law are treated through the prism of bankruptcy.
This series provides tools for business owners and their advisors to navigate through the landscape of bankruptcy transactions, demystify esoteric concepts, and discuss best practices for advanced professionals working on these matters.
Applicable to owners, executives, directors and their respective trusted advisors, this webinar series discusses various aspects of good governance in private companies including best practices and common pitfalls.
This webinar series provides a guided tour of the various borrowing options available to businesses, from both a business and legal perspective. Learn the advantages and disadvantages of different types of loans, how to select the right loan for your business, how to negotiate terms, and what happens in the event the loan is defaulted upon.
While law school provides a great foundation, there are so many things it does not teach. This series delves into cutting edge issues in dynamic fields to help lawyers, business professionals, or anyone interested in the law, with some specialized learning in seven distinct areas of law.
This three-part series is geared towards educating attorneys and clients on legal/ethical, strategic, and business decisions when considering litigation funding, and investors seeking to learn about an increasingly mainstream asset class.
This webinar series focuses on the legal and financial realities that accompany unanticipated adverse events, soured business relationships, and failing organizations. Whether you are a general litigator, business owner, aspiring shareholder, or insurance claims analyst, this webinar series will help you to understand and prioritize key concepts associated with business breakups.
This webinar series covers corporate and regulatory compliance as it relates to procurement and government contracting, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, data privacy and social media.
In this series we tackle some common ethical scenarios that frequently present themselves in real estate-focused bankruptcies and take a deep dive into how we can use the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct to help guide legal practitioners through challenging ethical situations.
This webinar series examines ethical issues confronted by lawyers in a variety of contexts. The panelists consider and recommend different approaches to ethical decision-making and lawyers responsibilities and concerns, especially in light of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This webinar series is designed to educate business owners on how to prepare, execute and refine their own customized marketing initiatives. After finishing this webinar series, the business owner should have a much clearer and strategic plan for their own marketing.
This webinar series approaches the employer-employee relationship from beginning to end, including hiring and onboarding, policy and procedure development, training, wage and hour compliance, accommodating disabilities, conducting investigations and considerations when ending the relationship.
Real estate has always been a popular asset class for investment. Investors considering making an investment in real estate have a variety of choices: retail, office buildings, industrial, raw land, and, of course, residential. This webinar series covers the several types of real estate classes available to invest in, explaining where to look for opportunities; how to diligence them; possible funding solutions; and best practice for execution.
Whether and to what extent a startup will be successful depends on many factors. One set of factors is the foundational pillars on which the company is built, and includes things such as the company’s capital structure, financial controls, human capital, management/founder talent, market niche (and barrier to entry), financing growth, managing burn rate, and marketing functions.
Valuation is used by market participants to determine the price they are willing to pay or receive to transact a sale of a security, a business, or any other asset. The same techniques are used to determine the price a party is willing to pay or receive to settle a claim or satisfy a liability. This series of webinars teaches how commercial litigators use valuation experts in commercial disputes.