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KJ University

Security National Bank- 1120 South 101 Street, Omaha, NE 68124

Koley Jessen formally invites you to attend KJ University. If you are interested in a variety of legal topics and are in need of CLE credit, we hope you will join us!

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8:00 - 8:30 AM 

8:30 - 9:30 AM
Preparing for New State Privacy Laws in 2023 | 60 minutes
Maureen E. Fulton
This one-hour presentation will take a deep dive into the new state law privacy requirements coming into effect in 2023 in California, Utah, Virginia, Colorado, and Connecticut. The discussion will include nuances on the specific requirements of each law, including new rights for data subjects, the obligation to perform data protection assessments, and restrictions on data sharing and data transfers; tips on implementing a privacy program that is compliant with all new U.S. laws; guidance on addressing requests from data subjects, tips for measuring risk and avoiding regulatory scrutiny with the large amount of new requirements coming into play next year, and other helpful advice when devising a privacy strategy for your company.

9:30 - 10:15 AM
Bolt-On Acquisitions and M&A Market Update – Key Considerations and Trends | 45 minutes
Comran E. Sharif and Taylor A. Cammack
Comi and Taylor will discuss an overview of common bolt-on deal structures, deal issues, and legal diligence issues, along with a general M&A market update, representation & warranty insurance (RWI) market update and non-RWI indemnification market update.

10:15 - 10:30 AM

10:30 - 11:30 AM
But, Why Aren’t We On TikTok? | 60 minutes
Roberta L. Christensen
While your marketing team is doing its best to reach the cool kids with its social media efforts, it’s up to you to know the rules. Learn about the legal side of social media, including the actions that can get your company in trouble with FTC; how to effectively take advantage of NIL; what is fair use of traditional IP; little-known ways of effectively resolving disputes with others; and more.

11:30 - 12:30 PM

12:30 - 1:00 PM
The Pandemic’s Impact on Employee Benefits | 30 minutes
Peter M. Langdon
Peter will provide an overview of how traditional employee benefits were impacted as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic and the emergence of unique employee benefits as a result of the Pandemic. Additionally, we will review new legislation that was enacted as a result of the Pandemic and current proposed legislation affecting employee benefit plans.

1:00 - 1:30 PM
Sweating the Small Stuff: A Guide to Drafting and Negotiating Boilerplate Provisions in Contracts | 30 minutes
David A. Goeschel and Jack D. Horgan
David and Jack will present on the importance of carefully reviewing and drafting boilerplate provisions, while highlighting 5 potentially problematic provisions that create material issues for parties if not given the proper attention.

1:30 - 2:15 PM
D&O Fiduciary Duties in the Zone of Insolvency | 45 minutes
Brian J. Koenig
Directors and officers often become the target for blame (and, thus, claims) when a company is close to, or in the zone of, insolvency. This CLE will review the fiduciary duties of loyalty and due care owed by directors and officers, discuss when creditors may enforce those duties, analyze the impact of bankruptcy or insolvency on existing D&O insurance coverage, and provide practice guidance to directors and officers to shield themselves from liability. 

2:15 - 2:45 PM
Employment Law Fast Five | 30 minutes
Erin E. Schroeder
In this presentation Erin will cover five major legal updates to be aware of when managing a workforce in 2022, including: the DOL’s proposed change to the overtime rule, the OFCCP Contractor Reporting Portal, new state and local pay transparency laws, new statutory restrictions on non-compete agreements, and what’s new in workplace health and safety.

2:45 - 3:00 PM

3:00 - 4:00 PM
Ethics for In-House Counsel | 60 minutes
Kristin M. Krueger
Kristin will cover recurring ethics issues for in-house counsel, including protecting attorney-client privilege, particularly during internal investigations; identifying the client; and representation of a company’s subsidiaries or other affiliates.  

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CLE Information

  • CLE pending for 6 hours including 1 professional responsibility hour in the State in Nebraska
  • CLE pending for 6 hours including 1 ethics hour in the State of Iowa

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