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2017 Fundamentals of Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law eConference

UT Law's Fundamentals of Oil, Gas and Mineral Law eConference 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, oil and gas interests, a four-session look at the oil and gas lease—classification, royalty valuation, implied covenants and other clauses—conveyancing, and the Joint Operating Agreement. more »

Available: 12/31/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 12/31/2018

$275  

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2017 Oil, Gas, and Mineral Law eConference

The Ernest E. Smith Oil, Gas and Mineral Law eConference continues to be the definitive course for attorneys, corporate lawyers, E&P operators and landmen. The eConference brings together a distinguished faculty of academics and practitioners for presentations on the latest oil and gas developments. 2017 program highlights include: Professor Ernest E. Smith presents his annual Case Law Update. Bart W. Huffman, Reed Smith LLP, and Will R. Daugherty, Baker & Hostetler, explore the ethical and legal obligations of attorneys and law firms to protect against cybersecurity threats including threats to client data and communications. Brian Sullivan, McElroy, Sullivan, Miller, Weber & Olmstead, delivers the Railroad Commission Update. Matt Ray, Energy Transfer Partners, presents on Gas Exports to Mexico during the luncheon presentation. J. Robert Goldsmith Jr., Goldsmith, Bogisch & Chaires, moderates a panel discussion of Legal and Regulatory Issues in Light of Current Drilling Technology with panelists Gregory S. Mathews, Chevron USA INC., and John B. McFarland, Graves, Dougherty, Hearon & Moody. Hear Fun New Ways for Density and Proration Rules to Bust Your Lease with Brandon Durrett, Dykema Cox Smith. more »

Available: 12/31/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 12/31/2018

$325  

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2017 Advanced Administrative Law eConference

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Available: 11/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 10/31/2018

$475  

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2017 Cybersecurity eConference

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Available: 10/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 9/30/2018

$325  

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2017 Consumer Bankruptcy eConference

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Available: 9/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 8/31/2018

$525  

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2017 Elder Law eConference

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Available: 9/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 8/31/2018

$525  

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2017 LLCs, LPs, and Partnerships eConference

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Available: 9/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 8/31/2018

$525  

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2017 Primer: Nuts and Bolts of LLCs, LPs, and Partnerships eConference

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Available: 9/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 8/31/2018

$100  

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2017 Labor and Employment Law eConference

The Labor and Employment Law eConference offers timely updates and emerging trends in employment law from leading members of the employment law bench and bar along with HR and personnel experts. Highlights include:   Welcome Folks, to the Trump Administration: What the First 100 Days Mean for Employers and Employees, with Laura M. Merritt, Boulette Golden & Marin, L.L.P. A deep dive into the principle of pay equity, how it is reflected in statute, and the legal and practical concerns in complying with those statutes William T. (Tommy) Simmons of the Texas Workforce Commission examining important hidden hazards in handling wage payment, unemployment claim, and unemployment tax issues at TWC. General counsel perspectives on how to efficiently and effectively interact with in-house counsel, including interactions regarding litigation, company policies, and labor law requirements. Focused presentation series on litigation strategies (featuring updates on discovery and social media) and workforce strategies (featuring updates on LGBTQ issues and background checks) The latest federal and state employment case law and legislative developments, including disability issues under the ADA, guidance under the NLRA, and more more »

Available: 8/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 7/31/2018

$595  

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2017 Technology Law eConference

UT Law’s Technology Law eConference brings together a nationally recognized faculty of technology and licensing practitioners, in-house counsel from leading tech companies, and experts in copyright, trademark, open source, and data privacy and security for the latest issues affecting the technology industry. This year's program features: A discussion of current technology policy and possible impacts under a Trump administration Advanced licensing and service agreements—understanding key terms, practical negotiation and drafting strategies, and perspectives from the federal bench Negotiating open source warranties and indemnities GDPR Readiness in 2017 A look at the current cyber threat landscape and emerging issues for executive officers and board members Innovative Approaches to Protecting IP in the Technology Sector Programmable Money and the Future of Contracts Key issues in technology M&A: the influence of activist shareholders, and navigating due diligence in technology transactions Immigration Update: Trump-Era Policies and Impacts on the Technology Sector A panel of U.S. District Court Judges discussing current issues in technology law and best practices as they occur in federal litigation more »

Available: 8/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 7/31/2018

$595  

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2017 Corporate Counsel eConference

The Corporate Counsel eConference offers in-depth, practical discussions on legal issues for in-house counsel and outside counsel who represent companies of all sizes.  2017 program highlights include: In-house perspective into pressures to improve disclosure, increase board diversity, enhance corporate governance and stave off cyber-attacks in What Keeps Boards Up at Night? Updates on employment law, trends in mergers and acquisitions, trade secret best practices, and trends in compensation A discussion of Effective Partnering, including best practices for effective communication between in-house and outside counsel on all facets of litigation practice, with focus on recent changes to the role of in-house counsel The Opportunity to Trump Obama's Environmental & Energy Agenda: a review of the first 100 days of the Trump Administration and what it means for the energy industry Judicial Views on the Role of In-House Counsel and the C-Suite featuring Hon Caroline Elizabeth Baker, 295th Civil District Court, Hon. Alfred Bennett, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, and Hon. Randall W. Wilson, 157th District Court. Cybersecurity updates, including insights into the risks when data breaches occur and how to manage a data breach crisis, and practical tips for how to respond to network intrusions, data loss, data breach, and cyber disruption more »

Available: 7/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 6/30/2018

$525  

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2017 eConference on State and Federal Appeals

UT Law's eConference on State and Federal Appeals is designed for advanced-level civil appellate practitioners.   2017 highlights include: The Ethics of Social Media, with David Lat, Above the Law, Justice Don R. Willett, Supreme Court of Texas, and John G. Browning, Passman & Jones Experienced perspective on what makes for great  Appellate Advocacy, with David M. Gunn, Beck Redden LLP, and Justice Stephen A. Higginson, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Practical tips on appellate court practices from current staff attorneys in Pulling Back the Curtain (a Bit) Candid discussion among Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht, Justice Eva Guzman, and Justice Jeff Brown about what’s new at the Court, the state of the docket, and tips for practitioners The Ethics Apprentice, hosted by Judge Daryl L. Moore, 333rd District Court, during which ambitious appellate practitioners compete against one another as they struggle to answer ethics questions that savvy practitioners ought to know Updates on essential topics such as interlocutory appeals, harmful error, attorney fees, and rehearing en banc strategies more »

Available: 7/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 6/30/2018

$595  

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2017 Higher Education Taxation eConference

The Higher Education Taxation eConference provides a unique opportunity for college and university tax professionals from around the country to examine federal tax issues, including compliance and legislation and judicial, regulatory, and administrative changes affecting colleges and universities.  Objectives: Examine recent tax law developments that affect institutions of higher education, including updates on Congressional activity, IRS rulings, and judicial decisions. Hear the current Legislative and Policy Outlook for Colleges and Universities and how Congress is examining exempt organizations. Understand the recently released safe harbors regarding management contracts and tax-exempt bonds. Analyze the complex tax considerations for faculty inventor payments that arise when a university shares revenue from licensing technology. Explore emerging issues around the property tax exemption and recent experiences from private and public institutions Listen to a discussion about commonly missed or misinterpreted fringe benefits provided by colleges and universities. Examine various types of non-qualified deferred compensation arrangements and the tax rules that apply to them. Get tips and strategies from seasoned campus leaders for operating a university tax department, including a variety of models and structures. more »

Available: 7/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 6/30/2018

$545  

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2017 Higher Education Taxation Essentials eConference

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Available: 7/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 6/30/2018

$100  

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2017 eConference on Criminal Appeals

UT Law's biennial Robert O. Dawson eConference 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 system. 2017 program highlights include: Significant decisions and updates from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and U.S. Supreme Court in the last year Emerging Issues in PDRs with Stacey Soule, Office of the State Prosecuting Attorney, and Gary Hart, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals An exploration of legal issues in actual innocence claims, with particular focus on false evidence leading to wrongful convictions and wrongful convictions based on invalid scientific testimony Techniques on writing effective briefs in Legal Writing: Clearly Using Intensifiers is Literally a Crime Investigating, developing, and prosecuting ineffective assistance of counsel claims in post-conviction litigation How to raise and defend disclosure issues in a post-Michael Morton Act world with Patricia Cummings, The Law Offices of Patricia Cummings, and Bill Wirskye, Collin County District Attorney's Office An examination of the ethical considerations facing attorneys in post-conviction representation with Hon. Michael Keasler, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals more »

Available: 6/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 5/31/2018

$400  

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2017 Land Use eConference

The Land Use eConference 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. 2017 highlights include: Case law and legislative updates, including in-depth discussion of topics like Sovereign Immunity and Prior Non-Conformities How to overcome the limitations state law places on the ability of cities to sell real property An exploration of Financial and Regulatory Constraints on Commercial Development with Ron Lawrie of Orix Controversies, hot topics, and recent developments in fair housing litigation, regulation, and initiatives An analysis of the recent Texas Supreme Court decision in Crosstex North Texas Pipeline v. Gardiner and its effect on prosecuting future nuisance cases Public and private sector perspectives on the uses, costs, and special requirements of innovative districts and creative spaces A review of developing online security considerations for attorneys, emphasizing ethical obligations, unsettled questions, and practical tips more »

Available: 6/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 5/31/2018

$445  

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2017 Land Use Fundamentals eConference

The ideal introduction for new entrants to the field or a refresher for seasoned practitioners, the Land Use Fundamentals eConference 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. more »

Available: 6/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 5/31/2018

$100  

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2017 Advanced Patent Law eConference - VA

The Advanced Patent Law eConference offers a unique opportunity to listen to USPTO senior staff, leading practitioners, academics and members of the federal judiciary, with presentations on the latest developments in patent law, including:   A discussion on the current patent landscape in the U.S. and overseas, with an emphasis on the state of licensing, enforcing and monetizing patents in the U.S., as well as a look at the impact of practices and policies in the UK, EU and China Section 101 and the impact of recent decisions on software and technology claims, as well as current U.S. and international perspectives on patent eligibility in lifesciences PTAB updates and proceedings: a look at recent decisions from the Federal Circuit, practice tips and tactics based on those decisions, and considerations and strategies in concurrent proceedings before the PTAB and District Courts An examination of ITC and Section 337 Jurisdiction and the impact of recent Federal Circuit decisions affecting IPRs Developments in design patents Willful infringement and the impact of Halo, including discussion on enhanced damages, opinion letters, and attorney’s fees Topics in USPTO practice, including a look at the USPTO’s special programs for Patent Prosecution, changes to the duties of disclosure and the implications of using the Global Dossier, plus enforcement of the USPTO’s ethical standards Presentations from members of the judiciary including a keynote presentation by a Federal Circuit Judge and the popular Judicial Panel more »

Total Credit Hours:
14.25 | 1.50 ethics    Credit Info
TX, CA

Available: 5/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 4/30/2018

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$645  

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2017 Health Law eConference

UT Law’s Health Law eConference 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 eConference provides practical and detailed coverage of updates, current issues, and key strategies and opportunities facing members of the healthcare community, including: Discussion of Emerging Trends in Healthcare in the new Trump-era landscape. Important healthcare developments from the last year, including regulatory changes and policy initiatives in the Healthcare Year-in-Review; and gain insight on the Operational Impact of Significant Cases. An evaluation of the current state of health plans and providers. Practical tips in drafting and negotiating healthcare transactions. Recent trends in FCA and government enforcement. An exploration of telehealth, emerging technologies, and related legal and ethical issues. A look at Realities and Future of Payment and Delivery Reform Discussion on the Legal Ethics Challenges in the World of Cyberthreats: Technology and Professional Responsibility for Healthcare Lawyers. Health Law Fundamentals provides an introduction to health law. more »

Available: 5/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 4/30/2018

$545  

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2017 School Law eConference

UT Law’s School Law eConference 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. 2017 highlights include: Take a deep dive in to T-TESS and T-PESS practicalities with Jefferson K. Brim III, Brim, Robinett, Cantu & Brim, P.C., Austin, TX and Merri Schneider-Vogel, Thompson & Horton LLP, Houston, TX. Hear practical guidance for working with students, staff, school boards, and community members on the multi-faceted issues related to transgender students. Get the latest on Cameras in the Classroom with Nona C. Matthews, Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle, P.C., Irving, TX Explore the line between school employee’s speech as public employees and private citizens. Gain practical tips on reasonable accommodations from a former general counsel turned human resources administrator. Review recent Commissioner of Education decisions and hear the latest developments from the Attorney General’s Office. Learn to navigate the contentious intersection of individual rights relating to student speech, dangerous behavior, and service animals in the school setting. Explore the issues addressed in the EEOC Strategic Enforcement Plan for Fiscal Years 2017-2021 with Joe Bontke, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Houston, TX. Review requirements, best practices, and pitfalls of which every school lawyer should be aware when financing, purchasing, or selling real property interests. more »

Available: 5/1/2017 (estimated)
Expires: 4/30/2018

$395  

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