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Reinhart hosted a CLE Series geared toward in-house counsel, but applicable to a variety of business professionals. The series included three days of complimentary seminars/webinars presented by Reinhart attorneys.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

8:30-9:30am: Top 10 State and Local Tax Issues ~ Doug Pessefall
Presentation Handout
Presentation Video

  • How to recognize common SALT issues arising in a variety of contexts
  • The importance of advance planning for SALT
  • SALT traps for the unwary

9:45-10:45am: Impact of Yates on Attorney-Client Privilege And Corporate Compliance* ~ Heather Fields, Ryan Stippich
Presentation Handout
Presentation Video

  • Yates memo impact on compliance activities and implications for attorney-client privilege
  • How recent cases have affected application of attorney-client privilege to in-house counsel
  • Strategies for preserving privilege in context of internal investigation

11am-12pm: Technically Challenged by Cybersecurity Risk Management? ~ Heather Fields, Justin Webb
Presentation Handout
Presentation Video

  • Practical approaches for integrating security risk management into existing enterprise risk management programs
  • Methods for evaluating insurance coverage
  • Vendor management techniques
  • How to effectively educate and train boards of directors and senior leaders
  • Tips for harmonizing institutional policies

12:15-1:15pm: Recent Changes to Landlord-Tenant Law in Wisconsin ~ Maya Zahn Rhine
Presentation Handout
Presentation Video

  • Changes related to criminal activity occurring at a rental property
  • Notices for tenant non-rent breaches
  • Changes to disposition of tenant’s personal property post-eviction

1:30–2:30pm: California’s Proposition 65 Warning Labels: How to Comply with Updated Regulations ~ James Law
Presentation Handout
Presentation Video

  • Warning label requirements for Prop 65, including appearance, location, and language
  • Product-specific warning label requirements for food, alcoholic beverages and dental products, among others
  • What manufacturers and distributors can do to prepare for the new warning requirements for products made and sold in California

*Qualifies for 1.0 ethics credit.