Fordham University School of Law Constantino RoomMay 9-10, 20178:30 a.m. - 5:35 p.m.5:40 - 7:00 p.m. - Cocktail Reception succeeding Wednesday's program
Have you started an international legal career or are you interested in expanding your skill set to include international law?It can be challenging to develop the knowledge and experience necessary to represent clients in international legal affairs, such as cross-border mergers and acquisitions, international litigation and arbitration, and international corporate law. In the increasingly globalized and interconnected world, legal work often requires a multidisciplinary, cross-border approach. Issues may be complex and varied, and it often takes years to learn about the many aspects of international practice. Organized by the New York State Bar Association, International Section, this course covers critical aspects of international law for those entering or practicing in this diverse and complex area. Join a distinguished and experience NYSBA International faculty and learn about the about the fundamental underlying areas of cross-border practice and other critical aspects of international law, and receive sixteen (15) Mandatory Continuing Legal Education credits, including two (2.5) ethics credits.
Panel topics include : Framework of International PracticeMarketing and Distribution in the U.S. and Around the World International IP: Copyrights, Trademarks and PatentsInternational Employment LawInternational TaxCross-Border M&A: Buying and Selling Companies Around the WorldBusiness and Human Rights: The UN Guiding Principles International Litigation BasicsInternational ArbitrationInternational Bankruptcy BasicsCross-Border Data Protection and Cyber-Security International Trust and Estates What's a Little Lanyap Between Friends? The Foreign Corrupt Practices ActInternational Corporate ComplianceEthics in the International Practice of Law
For more information about this program contact Tiffany Bardwell at email@example.com.