CLE Programs

FALL 2021

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT SERIES

EMERGING TRENDS IN MANAGING GLOBAL ENTITIES
Devlin FisherPresented by Devlin Aaron Fisher, Esq. (L'12), and Robert J. McHugh, Esq. (L'12), Global Sales Support Managers, CT Corporation
1 Substantive CLE Credit
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Noon-1pm (Virtual)
Cost: $40 (DLAA discount applicable)

In the face of rapidly changing laws and regulations in foreign jurisdictions, U.S. companies are confronted with a growing number of obstacles and challenges when operating globalrob mchughly. With the complexity of managing entities abroad only increasing, U.S. companies are now taking steps to operate more efficiently and to ensure that their global entities remain in compliance. With this in mind, it is important for attorneys and legal professionals to have an understanding of the best practices in managing global entities and be aware of the potential risks that this work presents. This presentation will outline the growth and expansion of U.S. companies to global markets, recent jurisdictional changes, operational efficiencies and considerations for global entity management, and upcoming changes and trends to expect.

Agenda:
I. Expansion of U.S. companies to Global Markets
II. Examples of Jurisdictional Changes
III. Operational Efficiencies
IV. Changes & Trends to Expect

LLC BASICS: A ROADMAP FOR THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER
r.CozzaPresented by Rocco E. Cozza, Esq. (L'03), Founder, Managing Attorney, and Matthew Bolewitz, Esq. (L'15), Senior Counsel, Cozza Law Group PLLC
1 Substantive CLE Credit
Thursday November 4, 2021
Noon-1pm (Virtual)
Cost: $40 (DLAA discount applicable)

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Topics to be covered include:
• Purpose of an LLC entity structure;
• Types of structure (member-managed vs manager-managed)
• General formation process (Pennsylvania based)
• Tax advantages discussion (S-Corp designation)
• Structure of the Operating Agreement
• The "Four D's" - Death, Disability, Death, Divorce
• Purpose of Buy-Sell Agreement

CRIMINAL DEFENSE REPRESENTATION: THE DO'S AND DON'TS
tjenkinsPresented by Turahn L. Jenkins, Esq. (L'04), Criminal Defense Lawyer
1 Ethics CLE Credit
Thursday November 18, 2021
Noon-1pm (Virtual)
Cost: $40 (DLAA discount applicable)

Attorney Jenkins will discuss the things that you must always do, as well as the things that you must absolutely avoid. From fee agreements, instructing clients on the law, to preserving attorney client privilege, a host of issues that we all need to be cognizant of that would be beneficial to both newer and seasoned attorneys will be discussed.

CRYPTOCURRENCY AND DIGITAL ASSETS IN ESTATE ADMINISTRATION
Ashley BPresented by Ashley R. Bozewski, Esq. (L'12), Sherrard, German & Kelly, P.C.
1 Substantive CLE Credit
Thursday December 9, 2021
Noon-1pm (Virtual)
Cost: $40 (DLAA discount applicable)

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Upcoming CLE

The Death of Eyewitness Testimony and the Rise of the Machine Conference - 4 hours substantive and 1 hour ethics credits

In an age where cyber-surveillance, facial recognition, and other forms of "technopolicing" have begun to replace more traditional forms of evidence, it is a good time to both revisit the past and examine the future. In this conference, several speakers will examine the role of machines and artificial intelligence as evidence for criminal cases.

Presenters will explain how machine-driven evidence may replace more traditional forms of evidence, such as handwriting comparison, eyewitness identification, and even police testimony. But with this new evidence comes both novel concerns about accuracy, meaningful confrontation of witnesses, and the potential for coding biases into the machine. Other presenters will examine evidence that continue to pose "black box" problems in which it is difficult to determine accuracy and uncover bias problem, such as those posed in abusive head trauma cases, eyewitnesses' testimony, and neuroimaging evidence.

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