Reinhart CLE Series: Thursday, November 17

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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.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

8:30-9:30am: Intellectual Property: News and Trends for the Non-Specialist ~ Dave Hanson
Presentation Handout

  • The key differences among patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret law
  • What’s hot or newsworthy in each of the four areas
  • Answers to business clients’ likely FAQs about IP

9:45-10:45am: So You Thought You Had a Senior Lien?  Losing Priority under Wisconsin and Federal Law (and other Lender Nightmares) ~ Pete Blain
Presentation Handout

  • Statutory and other liens which can prime a prior perfected interest
  • Importance of monitoring a lender’s collateral position and its debtor
  • Impact of a federal bankruptcy proceeding on a lender’s position

11am-12pm: Legal Considerations for Exporters ~ Adam Konrad
Presentation Handout

  •  Overview of the various (overlapping) regulatory regimes governing exports
  • Common pitfalls in commercial terms of export sales
  • Tips and tricks for avoiding foreign tax nexus and taking advantage of export tax benefits

12:15-1:15pm: Security Interests and Liens on Collateral ~ John Wink
Presentation Handout

  • Perfect security interests in unique types of collateral
  • Identify and prevent against common problems in the perfection of liens
  • Examples of deals gone wrong

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