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UT Law CLE's 32nd Annual Technology Law Conference brings together a nationally-recognized faculty of technology and licensing practitioners, in-house counsel from leading tech companies, and experts in open source, data privacy and security, and emerging technology for the latest issues affecting the industry.
The 41st Annual Corporate Counsel Institute offers in-depth, practical discussions on legal issues for in-house counsel and outside counsel who represent companies of all sizes. This year’s Institute features focus on the areas that matter most to corporate counsel:
Crafting and Drafting The Win-Win Deal
New Litigation Landmines
GDPR & Cybersecurity Impacts on Texas Business
Alternative Working Arrangements for All
Attorney Marketing in the 21st Century
Employment Issues for Corporate Counsel
Topical Updates and Surprises In the Coming Year
The Institute is presented by the Corporate Counsel Section of the State Bar of Texas and The University of Texas School of Law.
The 23rd Annual Land Use Conference offers high-level, detailed coverage of the key issues, strategies, challenges, tools, and opportunities facing municipalities, counties, and developers. It focuses on real-world problems with practical solutions presented by an outstanding faculty, including developers' attorneys, land use planners, local government attorneys, engineers, and state and local regulators.
Land Use Fundamentals provides concepts and procedures, plus practical tips to some of the more complex areas of land use law, including zoning, platting, and development incentives available in Texas. It is the ideal introduction for new entrants to the field or a refresher for seasoned practitioners.
UT Law's 2019 Robert O. Dawson Conference on Criminal Appeals features members of the Court of Criminal Appeals and judges from the intermediate courts around Texas joining prosecutors and defense attorneys for discussions on current issues facing the criminal justice system.
The Ernest E. Smith Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Institute continues to be the definitive course for attorneys, corporate lawyers, E&P operators and landmen. The Institute brings together a distinguished faculty of academics and practitioners for presentations on the latest oil and gas developments.
2019 program highlights include:
The Case Law Update reviews recent decisions dealing with oil and gas leases, royalties, mineral conveyances, joint operating agreements, state regulation, and related topics.
Practical guidance for negotiating agreements and navigation disputes over shared use, including an update on recent cases affecting surface disputes.
Explore the reach of TOAIA.
Discuss operational and economic considerations in drilling horizontal wells and how selected lease provisions impact development decisions.
Plus valuable information on practical considerations in arbitration, key differences in representing E&P clients in TX and NM, negation of warranties in mineral transactions, and more.
The Institute is jointly presented by The University of Texas School of Law and The Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas.
UT Law’s 31st Annual Health Law Conference brings together leading in-house attorneys from major hospitals and medical institutions, government officials, as well as legal and financial advisors representing hospitals, healthcare providers, and physicians. The conference provides practical and detailed coverage of updates, current issues, and key strategies and opportunities facing members of the healthcare community. This year’s program includes:
Discussion of Emerging Trends in Healthcare and the 2019 State and Federal Healthcare Legislative Landscape.
Examination of recent healthcare developments, including regulatory changes and policy initiatives in the Healthcare Year-in-Review and insight into the Operational Impact of Significant Cases.
Practical guidance on payment challenges, and strategies for avoiding payment disputes.
Exploration of Healthcare Transactions, including the role of private equity in the short and long term.
Discussion of hot topics including Blockchain, Medical Records, and The Opioid Crisis.
UT Law CLE's Fundamentals of Oil, Gas and Mineral Law brings together a distinguished faculty of both academics and practitioners for a series of presentations designed to provide a comprehensive overview of oil and gas legal issues.
The program opens with the definitive primer on how to drill an oil or gas well and continues with sessions on the Rule of Capture, Texas Title Examination Standards, oil and gas interests and conveyancing, the Joint Operating Agreement, voluntary pooling and unitization, and the Railroad Commission. Also learn all you need to know about an oil and gas lease with a four-session series, including classification, royalty and other clauses and implied covenants.
This program is jointly presented by The University of Texas School of Law and The Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas.
The 14th Annual Advanced Patent Law Institute at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office offers a unique opportunity to join USPTO senior staff, leading practitioners, academics, and members of the federal judiciary for two days of presentations on the latest developments in patent law.
This year’s highlights include:
An Update from the USPTO from Andrei Iancu, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
An in-depth discussion of the Global Patent Landscape including the influence of countries like China and others on the U.S. patent system and patent enforcement.
An update on Section 101 and recent decisions impacting the drafting of patents in the life-sciences and software/technology sectors.
A review of the year’s key patent decisions in the Federal Circuit and Supreme Court, and their impact on patent practice.
Insight into PTAB practices, including an update from Acting Chief Judge Scott Boalick.
Discussion of how SEP/FRAND issues are evolving at home and abroad with the growth of the internet of things.
Practical guidance on topics ranging from patent insurance to practicing in the cloud.
Presentations from members of the judiciary including a Federal Circuit Luncheon Keynote, as well as the popular Judicial Panel.
UT Law’s 34th Annual School Law Conference is the definitive program for school administrators, school board members, education professionals, and the legal counsel who represent them. Presentations offer in-depth, practical discussion of the legal and regulatory issues affecting schools and school districts and provide a must-have set of materials and resources. This year’s conference offers attendees the opportunity to:
Explore what Districts of Innovation mean for schools and teachers, and the impact local innovation plans can have on a district.
Examine the practical implications of the DOE’s recent determination that Texas violated the IDEA and the impact of the resulting corrective action plan.
Hear practical tips for Managing Student Protest Logistics and Dealing with Vexing Stakeholders.
Explore approaches in Behavioral Threat Assessment, and how those approaches seek to balance safety concerns with student rights.
Learn what mandatory provisions may be missing from your contracts, including language concerning accessibility and data privacy.
The 15th Annual Changes and Trends Affecting Special Needs Trusts brings together nationally recognized professionals in the SNT field, features the latest updates and hot topics, and offers a great set of materials including sample forms, drafting tips, sample language and resources. This year’s program includes:
An overview of special needs trusts, including an examination of different types of SNTs—third-party, self-settled, and sole benefit SNTs—and their potential uses and benefits.
Case law and legislative updates.
A special presentation from the SSA’s Regional Trust Leads with must-have insight on the review process; plus tips on submitting your trust review for approval and avoiding the appeal.
Considerations and best practices in working with ABLE programs across the country.
Discussion on the increasing importance of preparing Medicaid assessments and appeals, and advice for navigating that process.
An examination of trustee obligations and best practices, including an opportunity to ask your questions during an “Ask the Experts” portion of the panel.
A variety of other SNT essentials, including trust reformation do’s and don’ts, divorce actions and SNTs, understanding SSI work incentive programs and CLASS, and more.
Join leading attorneys and industry experts in wind, solar and storage for two days of the latest developments affecting renewable energy in Texas and nationwide. The Renewable Energy Law conference blends law, economics, technology, finance, tax and regulatory policy, and is aimed at industry participants, legal and financial advisors, and key legislative and regulatory policymakers and staff.
The 2019 Nonprofit Organizations Back to Basics Workshop is the perfect overview for new entrants and seasoned practitioners in the field, with focused attention on core issues for both private foundations and charitable organizations—exemption fundamentals, grantmaking and grantseeking, revenue generating activities, and impact investing.
Don’t miss the 36th Annual Nonprofit Organizations Institute featuring nationally recognized experts from private foundations, public charities, law, finance, and government discussing the latest tax, legislative and governance issues affecting nonprofit organizations.
Back by popular demand, the Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute brings together experts in real estate law, finance and leasing for a focused program that covers the latest leasing issues at a sophisticated level.
Listen to leading members of the oil, gas and energy tax community—including senior government officials, IRS staff, corporate energy and tax counsel, and members of the energy tax bar—at the 14th Biennial Parker C. Fielder Oil and Gas Tax eConference.
This nationally recognized event is a unique collaboration between The University of Texas School of Law and the Chief Counsel’s Office of the IRS, and provides an exchange of views and perspectives between the private sector and the Service. The 2017 program features a sophisticated array of presentations, panels, and discussions on current energy taxation issues, including:
An Opening Presentation on The Global Energy Challenge and How the U.S. Fits
Keynote Presentation by IRS LB&I Commissioner, Doug O’Donnell
In depth discussion on Capital Cost Recovery
An analysis of Oil and Gas Investment Vehicles, including price and profitability issues and tax reform issues
Select domestic tax issues: Partnership Allocation Issues, plus Tax Issues for Distressed Companies
International tax issues: Current Issues in International Tax for the General Practitioner; in-depth discussion of International Tax Planning Issues; and International Compliance
Hot Topics in Oil and Gas Tax
A discussion on the latest developments and impacts of LB&I’s campaign audit strategy on the energy sector
UT Law’s 41st Annual Conference on Immigration and Nationality Law program offers in-depth discussion on issues at the forefront of immigration practice, and provides tools, forms, tips and guidance on key decision points and strategies in family-based and employment-based immigration, including the increasing importance of removal and relief from removal. Gain strategies to provide the best advocacy for your clients while protecting yourself and your practice.
Gain practical insight into new immigration policies and the current political landscape.
Review the latest Supreme Court, Fifth Circuit, and Board of Immigration Appeals cases and decisions.
Know your rights at the border, and hear practical advice on how to protect you and your clients.
Examine business-based immigration topics including an overview of work visas, a deeper dive into H1-B visas and common problems for employers, PERM processing, and worksite enforcement.
Learn how to prepare for audits and raids and what to do once they occur.
Review procedures, options, and defenses for removal.
Listen to a discussion on how to avoid and address your client’s fraud or misrepresentation findings when dealing with the USCIS, DOS, and Immigration court.
UT Law’s Fundamentals of Immigration and Nationality Law is ideal for new entrants to the field or as a refresher for experienced practitioners. It provides an overview of U.S. immigration laws, agencies and jargon, outlines the basics of family immigration law practice, offers an introduction to removal proceedings, and details issues new practitioners face in managing an immigration practice.
The eConference provides a unique opportunity for in-house counsel and practitioners to listen to presentations from high-level current and former government officials from the SEC, DOJ, and other authorities with an enforcement mandate. It brings together a nationally recognized faculty to discuss key issues and strategies for protecting companies and executives in government investigations.
UT Law's 36th Annual Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference is one of the premier bankruptcy programs in the nation. The conference attracts a stellar national faculty of prominent judges, academics, and practitioners and provides an in-depth focus on current issues and topics in business and consumer bankruptcy.
Listen as Professor Jay L. Westbrook leads a panel of distinguished practitioners to discuss this year’s cases in the perennial favorite, Recent Developments.
A Peek Under the Robes: Judicial Panel, moderated by Judge H. Christopher Mott offers a unique showdown between Bankruptcy Judges and their trusty Law Clerks
Get the latest on bankruptcies in the real estate, healthcare, and retail industries
Hear presentations from both concurrent tracks:
Business Track includes discussions on the rise of equity committees; the briefing, arguments, and implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s consideration (and perhaps decision) of the scope of the Section 546(e) safe harbor in Merit Management Group v. FTI Consulting; what steps a company should and should not take prior to a bankruptcy filing; implications of Jevic on business bankruptcy cases; and practice tips to avoid pitfalls in post-confirmation subject matter jurisdiction.
Consumer Track includes discussions on dischargeability of taxes in Chapter 7 and 13 cases; Community Property, Divorce and Bankruptcy—What Could Possibly go Wrong; How to Make the Trustee Happy and Keep Your Client out of Trouble; Espinosa Update and Other Post-Confirmation Chapter 13 Matters.
Gain insight on Jevic; student loans; SCOTUS judicial decision making; formulating, confirming and implementing complex plans; trail advocacy for bankruptcy practitioners; and much more.