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The University of Texas School of Law’s 5th Annual Government Enforcement Institute (UTGEI) provides a unique opportunity for practitioners and in-house counsel to engage with high-level current and former government and other authorities with an enforcement mandate. Hear the latest enforcement trends, risk areas and judicial and legislative developments, as well as indispensable insight and practical advice on key stages and considerations during a government investigation.
Plus, hear from this year’s Opening Keynote Speaker, Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement.
UT Law's 52nd Annual William W. Gibson, Jr. Mortgage Lending and Servicing Institute presents current developments and industry trends, offers practical information on real estate lending, financing and title issues, and provides a must-have set of materials and resources. With the looming rollback of Dodd Frank to the rising fears of a new lending crisis on the horizon, the Institute is a must-see event in 2018.
This year’s highlight’s include:
The latest developments in the evolution of Dodd-Frank, including sessions focused on residential and commercial implications of legislative changes
Discussion of the recent Home Equity Amendments to the Texas Constitution from the servicer and originator perspectives.
A deep dive into Digital Mortgages, with Dawn Lewallen of Stewart Title Guaranty Company, Jobe Danaganan of Credible, Eddie Oddo of First American Title Insurance Company, Niraj Patel of IBM, and Sheila Teimourian of Fannie Mae.
Practical Advice for Cleaning Up Title Issues including how to identify frequent obstacles and practical ways through them
This year’s Institute also includes focused sessions on:
Commercial Lending, with discussion of HVCRE Changes, Risk Management, Dodd-Frank and Tax Reform
Residential Lending, with discussion of the decision in PHH v. CFPB, Dodd-Frank, and New TREC Forms
Loan Servicing, with discussion of Disasters and Insurance, Dead Debtors, and Foreclosure-Related Litigation
Loan Origination, with discussion of Internet Fraud in Real Estate Closings, ALTA Forms, and Lending by Individuals
Data breaches are increasingly inevitable—and potentially devastating—to companies of all sizes. Essential Cybersecurity Law is an extensive program designed to walk through key phases and legal issues relating to breach preparedness and response. Hear directly from top officials at HHSC, DOJ, and the SEC, get the latest updates on regulatory actions and litigation, and gain detailed and practical guidance for implementing internal controls and responding to a data breach. Topics include:
Cybersecurity Regulation and Enforcement, including HIPAA Compliance and HHS Enforcement
Internal Controls and Compliance
Incidence Response and Breach Disclosure
Privacy and Data Security in an Increasingly Globalized World
The In-House Perspective on Managing Cybersecurity
If you are a practitioner, in-house counsel, or board member undertaking cybersecurity issues for your organization, this course is for you.
Cyber intrusions—data breaches, hacking, ransomware, and other threats—continue to make headlines and affect companies and organizations of all sizes. Essential Cybersecurity Law is a one-day, extensive program designed to walk through key phases and legal issues relating to breach preparedness and response. Hear directly from top government officials, get the latest updates on regulatory actions and litigation, and gain detailed and practical guidance for implementing internal controls and responding to a data breach.
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
The 40th Annual Corporate Counsel eConference offers in-depth, practical discussions on legal issues for in-house counsel and outside counsel who represent companies of all sizes.
Discussion of Shareholder Activism and Hostile Activity, including tactics for activist defense, raid preparedness, board/corporate governance, and shareholder engagement.
Cybersecurity insight From the Mind of a Hacker, including a look into how to avoid being bait and what happens on the dark web.
Tips for preparing your corporate representative for their time in the witness chair, and tips for keeping your in-house counsel out of that same chair.
Analysis of Employee Ideology v. Company Values, with discussion of headline-making events that have put this collision of rights on the front page.
Updates on labor and employment law, including insight into the latest on Class Action Waivers and Arbitration Agreements with discussion of the fallout from the NRLB’s decision in D.R. Horton, Inc.
Best practices for board service, and analysis of Ethical Hazards That Confront In-House Counsel
Exploration of how diversity in the work place and effectively working with local counsel can improve your legal department and help you get better results in the boardroom and the courtroom.
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.
The University of Texas School of Law’s 3rd Annual Government Enforcement eConference brings together a nationally recognized faculty for a discussion on key issues and strategies for protecting companies and executives in government investigations. Hear the latest enforcement trends, risk areas and judicial and legislative developments, as well as indispensable insight and practical advice in handling a government investigation. Just a few of this year's program highlights include:
In-House Counsel’s Effective Management of Investigations, provides key considerations for conducting and managing internal investigations and collaborating with external counsel and includes representatives from NIKE, Inc., Chesapeake Energy Corporation, and (formerly) BP.
SEC Priorities: The Year Past, The Year Ahead featuring Scott Friestad, Associate Director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, and Shamoil T. Shipchandler, Director of the SEC’s Fort Worth Regional Office.
Punishing Corporations Isn’t Enough: The Government’s Push to Prosecute Individuals, moderated by Jim Letten, Senior Counsel with Butler Snow LLP, and former U.S. Attorney, looks at the implications of the Yates Memo and increased efforts to prosecute individuals in corporate fraud cases.
Surviving Internal Investigation and Prosecution with former GC of a major technology firm, Kent Roberts, discusses the dynamics of an internal investigation including Roberts’ own experience being indicted by the SEC during the options backdating scandal.
Cybersecurity for Business Infrastructure with information security and cyber risk leads from Chevron and Calpine Corporation.
When Bad Things Happen to Good Companies: Managing Catastrophic Environmental Risks, features EPA Regional Counsel, James O’Rourke Payne, and LyondellBasell Lead Counsel, Steve Cook, and discusses essential preparations and post-incident strategies for managing an environmental crisis.
Whistleblowers: The Challenges for In-House Counsel provides key strategies and considerations for successfully navigating the challenges posed to companies by whistleblowers.
Corporate Families, Board Committees and the Ethical Issues They Present with Randall M. Ebner, Assistant General Counsel with Exxon Mobil Corporations, and John K. Villa of Williams & Connolly LLP uses a hypothetical scenario to highlight the ethical problems and professional conflicts for corporate lawyers who advise companies and boards.