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Commercial Contracts Checkup Series

E-Signed, Sealed, Delivered

E-signatures and online contracting have become staples of modern-day business in an increasingly digital world. Despite widespread adoption, many businesses and attorneys continue to have questions regarding the validity, enforceability and requirements of e-signatures and online contracts. Understanding the current state and the future of e-signatures and online contracting is an essential skill for business people and attorneys.

Video Replay (presented on January 24, 2019)

Blockchain Business Applications: Dot-Com Bust or Business Boom?

The Digital Age has transformed virtually every industry, bringing challenges with rapid technological innovation and shifting consumer expectations, security needs and regulatory pressures. As consumers shift from traditional financial services, computing systems and hosting services to distributed, decentralized systems, adapting to these evolving technologies may deliver new opportunities as well as increase concerns. 

Video Replay (presented on October 11, 2018)

Are You Up-to-Date on Key Provisions and Confidential Information Protections When Entering into Your Term Sheets, MOUs and Letter Agreements?

Attorneys in Duane Morris’ Technology Transactions, Licensing and Commercial Contracts Practice Group, in conjunction with the Non-Compete and Trade Secrets Practice Group, review several significant factors to consider when developing effective term sheets, MOUs and letter agreements and confidentiality provisions and trade secret protections in contracts. 

Video Replay (presented on June 21, 2018)

Q&A Webinar on the 2018 Farm Bill

Presenters reviewed the provisions and implications of the 2018 Farm Bill and responded to questions about this legislation. The 2018 Farm Bill, known as the “Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018,” proposes the removal of hemp from the Controlled Substances Act and conferral on the Department of Agriculture authority over hemp, including CBD derived from hemp, and will allow states to be authorized as the primary regulator of hemp grown in their states. Interstate commerce of hemp and CBD derived from hemp will not be restricted. As anticipated, President Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill on December 20, 2018, removing hemp from the Controlled Substances Act.

Video Replay (presented on December 20, 2018)

The Federal Opportunity Zone Program in Real Time: Doing Opportunity Fund Deals Now

Tacked onto the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed last year, the federal Opportunity Zone (OZ) program could well become the most impactful federal incentive for equity capital investment in low-income communities. It is designed to access the United States’ $6 trillion in unrealized corporate and individual capital gains, encouraging investors in Opportunity Funds (OFs) to redeploy capital to finance new and expanded business activities in low-income communities nationally. Yet, regulations implementing this program still seem far off. 

Video Replay (presented on September 20, 2018)

The Duane Morris Cannabis Webinar Series

A series of webinars throughout 2018 to discuss issues affecting the cannabis industry. Each session  covers a specific subject and features a “Hot Topics” segment to cover recent developments in the industry. Please visit the event page for more information.

Cannabis 101: Update on the Federal Enforcement & State Regulatory Environment (presented on January 29, 2018)

Cannabis 102: Intellectual Property, Trademark and Branding, and Marketing (presented on February 27, 2018)

Cannabis 103: Real Estate—Practical Considerations for owners, Operators and Investors in Cannabis Real Property (presented on March 20, 2018)

Cannabis 104: Marijuana in the Workplace: What Employers Need to Know (presented on April 17, 2018)

Cannabis 105: Investing in Cannabis (presented on May 15, 2018)

Cannabis 106: Banking and Financing in the Cannabis Industry (presented on June 19, 2018)

Cannabis 107: The U.S. and Canadian Cannabis Markets: 2018 Mid-Year Review (presented on July 24, 2018)

Cannabis 108: Hot Topics for Healthcare Facilities and the Utilization of Medical Cannabis (presented on October 2, 2018)

Cannabis 109: Legal Cannabis and Insurance (presented on November 29, 2018)

The U.S. Department of Education Negotiated Rulemaking Sessions: The Title IV, Higher Education Act (HEA) Borrower Defense to Repayment (BDR) and Gainful Employment (GE) Rules

A series of webinars presented at the conclusion of each rulemaking negotiation session for BDR and GE. With federal lawsuits pending that challenge the authority of Secretary Betsy DeVos to renegotiate these rules, the webinars closely track these significant policy discussions and their ramifications for all higher education stakeholders. Please visit the event page for more information.

Borrower Defense to Repayment Post-Negotiated Rulemaking Session Webinar Recap

BDR Session 1 Recap (presented on November 16, 2017)

BDR Session 2 Recap (presented on January 12, 2018)

BDR Session 3 Recap (presented on February 16, 2018)

Gainful Employment Post-Negotiated Rulemaking Session

GE Session 1 Recap (presented on December 8, 2017)

GE Session 2 Recap (presented on February 9, 2018)

GE Session 3 Recap (presented on March 16, 2018)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Webinar Series

A series of webinars on strategic planning and compliance with the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation, a far-reaching EU law that affects any company doing business in the European Union. Please visit the event page for more information.

Six Months Before GDPR: Why GDPR Is Relevant to U.S. Businesses and How You Can Comply (presented on November 30, 2017)

Six Months Before GDPR: The Requirements of Data Mapping for U.S. Businesses (presented on December 19, 2017)

Individual Consent Requirements Under GDPR and Document/Agreement Updates (presented on January 9, 2018)

Data Protection Officers: Is It a Requirement? Risks and Obligations Connected with Having or Not Having One (presented on January 30, 2018)

Data Breaches: Protecting Your Company and Reporting Requirements (presented on February 21, 2018)

Data Breaches: Protecting Your Company and Reporting Requirements (presented on March 13, 2018)

One Month to GDPR Enforcement: Final Preparations and Review (presented on April 10, 2018)