Markenson, J.D., M.P.H.
Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronoff LLP
Chair, Health Law Section, New
York State Bar Association
The fifth presentation in a
five-part series sponsored by the Health Law Section is the second of
two parts in a discussion of major issues in the transaction documents.
The speakers will focus on assigning risk in the transaction documents
and the representations, warranties and covenants of both
Speaker(s): Brian Platton, Esq.
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and
A. Barkan, Esq. Proskauer
What is a CLE
Teleconference/Webinar? A CLE
Teleconference/Webinar is a live, interactive CLE that you can
participate in from the comfort and convenience of your home or office
using a touch tone phone and a computer with an Internet connection. You
listen to the program with your telephone, and you can view the
PowerPoint presentations of the speakers at a Web site, during the
program. Your materials and call-information will arrive via e-mail
prior to the program. Please note that webinars require the use of
a telephone to hear the audio of the program.
Listen and learn, even ask questions just as you would at an "in person"
seminar. You will be able to ask questions during the program either
over the phone and/or via e-mail.
How are course
Course materials for CLE Teleconference/Webinars and CLE
Webcasts/Webconferences will be uploaded to a weblink and will be
downloadable PDF files. Your call-in information along with the weblink
to the course materials will be forwarded to you via e-mail prior to the
program. If you have not received your dial-in information 24
hours before the program start time, please contact the CLE Registrar to
be forwarded the link and program details. Please be sure your e-mail
address is current and up-to-date in our system. If you wish to
follow along and view the PowerPoint slides, you will need to test your
browser for compatibility prior to the event date if the program
offered is a webinar. You will be forwarded a link for the browser
check. The software used is Microsoft Office Live
Will I be able to ask questions? Are these types of programs
Yes! "Full-conferencing" is available for all CLE
Teleconferences/Webinars and Webcasts/Webconferences. During a CLE
Teleconference/Webinar, participants who want to ask a question of the
speaker will be prompted to push a particular key on their touch-tone
phone to be placed into a queue for questions. Throughout the
teleconference an operator mutes unintended interruptions. As an
alternative, or in addition to this, questions can also be submitted by
sending an e-mail using the web Q/A feature if the program is
offered as a webinar.
How do I connect to a
CLE Teleconference? It’s simple – you can use
any touch-tone phone. After you register for a program, you will receive
a confirmation letter with instructions on what to do to participate in
the program. Participants will be given a special toll-free number to
call on the day of the seminar. When you call the toll-free number, a
live operator will answer the call and you will be patched into
the program. Please note that the operator will
confirm your registration for the program. Our conferencing vendor
will monitor the calls placed to the toll-free number and provide us
with a master participant list following the program noting your connect
and disconnect times. We
ask all registrants to please dial-in 5
– 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start
order to receive MCLE credit, you must stay on the line throughout
the seminar. If for some reason you are disconnected, please call
back immediately and check in again with the operator. All registrants
must individually check in with the operator by phone in order to
Advantages of a NYSBA CLE
Learn and Earn Credits right from your desk!
● Stay current, earn CLE credit and learn without leaving your
home or office.
● No tapes— seminars are LIVE.
● See the PowerPoint presentations as the speakers are making
● Ask questions by telephone or by e-mail
● Free 800 dial-in service—for calls within the United
States (for CLE Teleconferences/Webinars)
● Satisfaction guaranteed
"Doing the Deal with Health Care Providers"
Teleconference/Webinar Series sponsored by the New
York State Bar Association Health Law Section
For questions about this program, please contact
Kathy Suchocki at 518-487-5590 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The last day to pre-register online was March 13, 2011.
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