Insight February 01, 2017
Insight John Isaza · February 01, 2017
Insight Melinda Fellner Bramwit · February 01, 2017
Insight Yaacov P. Silberman · February 01, 2017
Jan 12, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM PSTPresentation provided by Rimon's Corporate and International Trade Attorney Jill M. Williamson along with Trial and Appellate Attorney Carlos F. Gonzalez The US has significantly loosened restrictions on transactions in both Cuba and Iran. This session will contain an overview of the changes and a discussion of companies can take
Jan 10, 2017 10:00AM - 11:00AM PSTPresentation provided by Rimon's Corporate and International Trade Attorney Jill M. Williamson along with Trial and Corporate Governance and Compliance Attorney Ignacio Alvarez. Highlights of cases in the last year, new regulation, and lessons that companies can take to guide their compliance programs and address corruption risk. (1 CLE
Jan 10, 2017 10:00AM — Jan 18, 2017 1:00PM PSTAll presentations are offered by key Rimon Partners with robust experience in each field. All our attorneys come from top ranked and premier law firms, international corporations, and academia. Our last presentation will be offered by Rimon's Founding Partner and COO, Mr. Yaacov Silberman. CLE Webinar Dates and Descriptions Recent
Insight Yaacov P. Silberman · November 10, 2015
This presentation recaps some of the more "modern" legal ethics opinions of 2015 - those dealing with contemporary issues such as e-discovery, social media, lawyer-rating sites, virtual practices, and the representation of marijuana dispensaries. The presentation covers ethics opinions on these and other subjects issued by the State Bars of New York, California, Illinois and Texas, as well as several city bar associations.
Insight Jill Haley Penwarden · November 10, 2015
This presentation covers the most recent developments in California and Federal employment laws that impact small businesses. Topics include the hiring process, including background checks; proper classification of employees, independent contractors, and exempt versus non-exempt employees; issues that arise upon termination of employees; and the potential penalties for failing to comply with these laws.
Insight November 10, 2015
Patent litigation is expensive. Most cases settle because it is less expensive to pay a royalty to the patent owner (often a "patent troll") than it is to litigate. But for those who choose to fight and then win, chances have improved to recover fees and expenses from the patent owner. In this webinar, we will discuss the past, present, and possible future status of fee-shifting in patent cases.