Financial Services - Continuing Legal Education

With Substance Abuse and Ethics Credit

1/25/2007

Banking + Financial Services, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, and Financial Services

Los Angeles, CA

Seminar

Morrison & Foerster is pleased to invite you to attend complimentary continuing legal education classes being presented on Thursday, January 25, 2007. The classes will address a variety of legal issues facing the financial service industries today.

Six separate one-hour sessions will be presented over a three-hour period beginning at 2:00 p.m. You may choose to attend up to three sessions (one hour each). Regardless of which sessions you select, program materials for all six sessions will be available. Following the conference, we will host a reception for the speakers and attendees.

Topics will include:

  • Trade finance
  • UN Convention on Assignment of Receivables
  • What you don’t know about Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code can HURT you: New forms and practices
  • Mezzanine financing structures
  • Ethics (fulfills the requirements for Legal Ethics)
  • Substance abuse in the workplace (fulfills the requirements for Detection/Prevention of Substance Abuse) 

This invitation is transferable and open to colleagues and guests. There is no charge to attend this seminar. Morrison & Foerster LLp (provider #2183) certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of up to 3.0 hours, of which 1.0 may apply to Detection/Prevention of Substance Abuse and 1.0 hour may apply to Legal Ethics.

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