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Business and Corporate Law CLEs

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9th Annual Corporate Counsel Institute Part I

2 Standard Credits, 1 Elimination of Bias Credit

Join us for the 9th Annual Corporate Counsel Institute! It will be held over two half days. Whether you are looking to learn more about a growing and important field or are already a seasoned practitioner, the Institute aims to offer you something interesting.

  • GDPR and State Privacy Law Developments: A Panel Discussion of the Current Challenges and Strategies

  • Open the Pod Bay Doors: Problems with AI

  • General Counsel Roundtable.


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9th Annual Corporate Counsel Institute Part II

2 Standard Credits, 1 Ethics Credit

Join us for the 9th Annual Corporate Counsel Institute! It will be held over two half days. Whether you are looking to learn more about a growing and important field or are already a seasoned practitioner, the Institute aims to offer you something interesting.

  • Ethics, Mental Health & Well Being in a Post-Covid Environment

  • The Ransomware Epidemic | What In-House Counsel Need to Know About Criminals Taking Advantage of Those Working From Home


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Best Practices in Ag Lending

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

This session will provide an overview the best practices in Ag lending. The presentation will include things that lenders, buyers, and sellers should know about perfecting and releasing ag liens (both statutory and UCC) among other tips.

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Business Valuation for Estate & Gift Tax

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

This presentation will cover common issues that arise in business valuation for estate and gift tax purposes. Specifically, the discussion will cover common areas of IRS audit like the application of discounts, tax affecting of pass-through entities, and more.

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  • Probate and Trust
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Current Issues in Crypto | Where We Are & What’s to Come

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

IWIRC Members will discuss current issues in crypto currency, including what is crypto and current trends in regulation, bankruptcy, preferences, and legislation.

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Implementing our Values | Regulation of Trade in the Name of Human Rights

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Human rights concerns increasingly inform decisions under U.S. trade law. The U.S. Government now considers human rights in making export controls decisions, new sanctions designations, negotiation and enforcement of free trade agreements, and, especially, U.S. policy towards China. This CLE will provide an overview of recent developments on human rights and U.S. trade law, with analysis of key legal issues for corporate counsel, non-governmental organizations, and the interested public. Topics will include how human rights have resulted in new export controls, how human rights impact export control licensing decisions, sanctions designations for human rights reasons, labor provisions in the U.S.-Canada-Mexico Agreement (USMCA), and more.

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Implications of the Otto Bremer Trust Decision for Private Foundations and their Attorneys

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The Otto Bremer Trust case in Ramsey County District Court provides insights into the way that Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is approaching public accountability, conflicts of interest, and other legal issues as they apply to Minnesota foundations. The April 29, 2022 ruling of Ramsey County Judge Robert Awsumb now becomes case law that is applicable to Minnesota’s philanthropic institutions. This CLE will provide an overview of the legal theories articulated by the Attorney General’s Office, and the view of the Court on those theories.  It will also include six takeaways for all foundation leaders and their counsel. 

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  • Nonprofit
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In-House Counsel Insights on Hot Employment Law Topics

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Panelists will cover a variety of hot topics in the employment arena, including hybrid work, complying with pay equity requirements and posting requirements, changes in hiring approaches, employee speech in the hybrid workplace and on social media, and much more!

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Investing in U.S. Businesses by Foreign Persons | Investing in the US Entities (Equity and Debt Investments)

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The United States remains one of the most attractive markets for foreign direct investment in the world. At the same time, a foreign person who wishes to invest into the United States has to navigate through an intricate web of state entity and business laws and comply with the most complicated tax system in the world.

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IRS Voluntary Disclosure Options for U.S. Owners of a Foreign Business

1.5 Standard CLE Credits

A failure of a U.S. owner of a foreign business to properly comply with his U.S. international tax reporting obligations may result in the imposition of draconian IRS penalties.  In such situations, a timely utilization of one of the IRS offshore voluntary disclosure options may significantly reduce and even completely eliminate IRS penalties.

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Is Minnesota Ready to Legalize Adult-Use Marijuana?

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Now that the DFL has seized control of the Minnesota House, Senate and Governor’s mansion, it appears that Minnesota is poised to legalize adult-use marijuana. Learn what that may mean for Minnesota businesses and the economy. Even if Minnesota legalizes marijuana in 2023, it likely would take several years to implement the new program. In the interim, the Legislature likely will place additional guardrails on newly legal hemp-derived THC products. Learn about what those new restrictions might mean for Minnesota businesses and consumers.

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  • Criminal Law
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Latin America Legal Update

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Join us for a presentation on what's new on the legal landscape in Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Chile.

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New Chapter 13 Plan

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Effective January 1, 2022 the District of Minnesota updated the model Chapter 13 plan. The presentation will discuss the major changes in the new Chapter 13 plan that impact your clients whether they are creditors or debtors.  This CLE will discuss the practical application of the new plan along with sample calculations. 

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New DOJ Guidance for Discharging Student Loans as an Undue Hardship Pursuant to Section 523(a)(8)

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

This program will explore the DOJ Guidance Memorandum dated 11/17/22 governing the Attestation that may be filed in student loan discharge litigation brought in the bankruptcy court pursuant to 11 U.S.C. section 523(a)(8), whom to serve in such actions and how to accomplish proper service, how to best complete the attestation, the reports generated by the Dept. of Education in such litigation and how to make use of such reports, availability of partial discharges, and how to navigate the student loan discharge landscape under the new DOJ Guidance.

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Non-Debtor Agreements in Bankruptcy

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

In this presentation, we will discuss key terms, new case law developments, and common issues that come up in bankruptcy cases related to intercreditor agreements, subordination agreements, and guarantees between and amongst non-debtor parties. We will cover key considerations for drafting these agreements and advising your clients on potential liability before entering into these agreements, as well as the status of case law interpreting the enforceability of various types of provisions.

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Options and Dangers for Employers to Sponsor Professional Workers In Light of Our Over Subscribed H1B Lottery System

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The First Round of the Fiscal Year 2024 H1B Lottery is complete and lots of people are disappointed.  Selection rates were quite low; much lower than last year.   This follows a Fiscal Year 2023 where selection rates were a little over 25% or so.  What are the main legal options do employers have and employees have in light of this environment.  What are the risks?  Where are the opportunities if any to be found?

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Russia - Ukraine Crisis | How to keep yourself and your clients on the right side of the law

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The panel of experts will discuss the latest developments in the U.S. trade policy towards Russia in connection with its invasion of Ukraine.   This will include significant new restrictions on exports to Russia generally, and specifically to certain sectors of the economy.  In addition, the panel will discuss new sanctions imposed by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), including the latest restriction on the provision of wealth-management services.  Finally, experienced practitioners will share their “war stories” related to sanctions compliance and cyber warfare risks.

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The Cold Shoulder of Loveless | turning its back on law-abiding industrial hemp and CBD businesses

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Join this panel presentation to learn about the Loveless a/k/a “leafy green” decision, the critical legal issues involved and their far-reaching impact on the Minnesota industrial hemp and retail CBD industries, including the potentially significant adverse economic fallout. You will also learn about efforts to curtail these impacts via an appeal of Loveless to the Minnesota Supreme Court and potential legislation from attorneys, an author of corrective legislation, and an industry CEO.

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The Role of the County Attorney in Bankruptcy Cases

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

We will be discussing why County Attorneys are involved in bankruptcy cases.  We will be addressing four areas: property tax, child support, benefit overpayments, and fines & restitution.

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  • Bankruptcy
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Upcoming Beneficial Ownership Reporting Requirements | what should foreign (and domestic) beneficial owners of their US entities know?

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The presenter will discuss the upcoming beneficial ownership reporting regulations under the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA). Since the CTA was passed in December 2020, FinCEN came out with the proposed regulation in December 2021. Although the next and updated regulations are due to be released later this year, the presenter will discuss the newest developments, proposed reporting requirements, and what the US companies and their beneficial owners, both foreign and domestic, should know and do to prepare for the reporting requirements of the final rule.

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What Every Corporate Counsel Should Know About Nonprofit Corporate Governance

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Many corporations maintain foundations for charitable giving and ask their corporate counsel to serve as officers, directors, or advisors. Many more corporate counsel serve on nonprofit boards as a community service. In both situations, colleagues may expect the attorneys in their midst to be nonprofit corporate governance experts.

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