The below is a sample of some recent and upcoming events featuring topics that may be of interest to our readers.
The eleventh annual White and Williams LLP Coverage College is coming to the Pennsylvania Convention Center on October 26. This year, Coverage College features sessions on the Liability Insurance Restatement with two of the principal participants on the project. Learn how the most talked about issue in coverage circles could affect claims handling and litigation.
The FBA Indian Law Section will be hosting the 19th Annual D.C. Indian Law Conference on November 3, in our nation’s capital. Located at the heart of the country’s political landscape, the discussion will address the latest issues in Indian law and build off the momentum from the spring conference in Arizona. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from both the private and government perspective, including American Indian Law Reporter Matthew L.M. Fletcher.
The Forum, hosted by Data Privacy Reporters Daniel Solove and Paul Schwartz, breaks down the silos of privacy and security by bringing together seasoned thought leaders. Recordings of nearly 70 sessions that were held at the main Forum event on October 4-6 are available online.
At this year’s ACC Annual Meeting, the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Nonprofit Organizations Committee held a panel session with top nonprofit general counsel who provided an overview of nonprofit law, and the unique issues attorneys and nonprofit boards need to know. Panelists shared advice on how to avoid common missteps, and covered topics such as: solicitation language, disclosures, donor intent laws, nonprofit tax law basics, 990s, private inurement, mission-related activities, conflicts of interest, commercial co-ventures, professional fundraisers, privacy, sponsorships versus endorsements, donation matches versus donation challenges, and more.