The New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE), the New Jersey Corporate Counsel Association (NJCCA) and the New Jersey State Bar Association Business Law Section early next month will present their 2005 Corporate Counsel Institute.
The day-long conference will take place on Thursday, March 3 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the New Jersey Law Center, Ryders Lane Exit off Route One, New Brunswick, NJ.
The sessions will be of interestto corporate counsel who are members of large legal departments, as wellas those individuals who are solely responsible for the corporate counsel function.
Discussion topics will include:
- Ethical Obligations of In-House Counsel;
- The Coming Wave of ERISA Liability, or Do You Really Want to Be a Pension Trustee?
- Strategic Partnering, Alliances and M&A;
- Professional Liability Insurance for In-House Lawyers;
- Litigation Update: What's New in E-Discovery, Attorney-Client Privilege, and Attorney Work Product;
- What to Do When the Prosecutor Knocks on Your Door;
- Coping With the Whistle Blower;
- The SOX Audit; First Year Experiences and Lessons.
The moderator for the day-long institute is Robert D. Chesler, Lowenstein Sandler, PC. Among others speakers are Lynda A. Bennet, Lowenstein Sandler; Gregory C. Parliman, Pitney Hardin LLP; Arthur H. Saiewitz, president, NJCCA; Barbara A. Sellinger, vice president and associate general counsel, American Standard, Inc., and Philip R. Sellinger, Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
For details on available CLE credits, see the Bulletin Board on The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel website at www.metrocorpcounsel.com.
For a schedule of fees and registration information, call (732) 214-8500.