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Mintz and Grant Thornton Present a Multitopic CLE Workshop

Feb
1
2017

Date: February 1, 2017

Time: 10:00AM - 1:30PM

Location: Grant Thornton 757 3rd Avenue and 47th Street New York, NY

Topics

  • Preparing for the SEC: What should you do before, when, and after the SEC knocks on your door?
     
  • Preserving the In-House Counsel's Privilege
     
  • Preparing for the SEC: What should you do before, when, and after the SEC knocks on your door?
     
  • Transforming Reimbursement: Provider, Payer, and Consumer Perspectives
     

This workshop will include panels on three topics, including the following:

  • Preparing for the SEC: What should you do before, when, and after the SEC knocks on your door?
  • Preserving the In-House Counsel's Privilege (Ethics Credit)
  • Transforming Reimbursement: Provider, Payer, and Consumer Perspectives

Attendees will choose two out of the three panel topics. You will find more information on each panel, the speakers, and the schedule here.

Speakers

Francis J. Earley is a Mintz litigator who handles complex commercial and securities disputes for individuals and public and private companies across numerous sectors. Frank advises clients on corporate governance issues and represents them in class action cases and arbitration matters.
Narges Kakalia is Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Mintz. She leads the law firm in developing its DEI strategy and implementing steps that foster a culture that celebrates differences and ensures that every employee has an equal opportunity to succeed.
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John F. Sylvia

Speaker

John F. Sylvia is Co-chair of the Securities Litigation Practice at Mintz. Jack's practice encompasses all facets of securities and financial fraud litigation. His clients include public and private corporations, officers, directors, accountants, mutual funds, and portfolio managers.
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Nili S. Yolin

Speaker

Nili counsels health care companies in connection with transactional matters such as joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and affiliations, primarily within New York’s heavily regulated environment.