Past Events Archive
David Kalat will explore how expert analysis of electronic evidence can help uncover key information, solve problems, and win cases.
Mónica MacGregor discussed "Corruption in the Healthcare Sector.”
Ray Kolls took part in a panel on "The Intrigue of Internal Investigations."
Ignatius Grande took part in a panel on "Emerging Data Sources: Connecting the Dots from Disparate Data."
Anamaria Popescu spoke at the inaugural reception for the Society of Construction Law, North America's Southeast Region chapter.
Kristen Geissler discussed "Navigating Public Quality Report Cards."
The New Enlightenment: Reshaping Capitalism & the Global Order in a Neo-Mercantilist World was the first major international scholarly event to be held at Adam Smith’s historic home, the Panmure House.
Frank Holder spoke in a panel on “Global Anti-Corruption Trends.”
Cleve Tyler took part in a mock trial on "Section 337 Exclusion Orders for New Technology: Examining Public Interest Concerns Potentially Arising from Exclusion Orders."
Mary Karen Wills took part in a panel to discuss topics including analysis of rules and regulations, notable trends and developments, and compliance issues and best practices.
SCL NA hosted a panel on trends in engineering, procurement, and construction disputes, including a discussion on potential contractual mechanisms to avoid disputes.
Walter Mix moderated a panel discussion on current technologies and their potential benefits for the future of the global trade finance business.
Dubravka Tosic discussed topics including federal and state employment laws; types of economic losses calculated in employment discrimination matters; and information and data used to calculate economic damages.
Charles Lundelius discussed basics of goodwill impairment testing, trends in goodwill impairments and accounting, and key areas of risk and SEC focus.
Deepa Sundararaman took part in a panel to discuss topics including the objectives of apportionment and the use of comparable licenses.
BRG was a sponsor and featured an exhibit.
BRG and SCL NA co-hosted this panel, which involved discussion of construction dispute resolution mechanisms and potential complications that could arise from adding another mechanism.
Ignatius Grande moderated a panel on "Emerging Social Media Concerns for In-House Counsel."
Ignatius Grande took part in a panel on "The Tangled Web We Weave via the Internet of Things."
Ignatius Grande and Denis Walsh addressed how electronic data has become a frequent target of criminal search warrants and is often used in the investigation and prosecution of crimes.
Greg Russo took part in a panel on "Hot Topics in Reimbursement: Provider-based and Overpayments/Recoupments."
Bill Malm explored completion and accuracy of Medicare inpatient-only list procedures.
Heiko Ziehms took part in "The GAR Live Question Time" panel to discuss arbitral institutions and litigation funding in international arbitration.
- Anti-Corruption Laws and Construction Bidding Practices in the Americas: An International Perspective
The event included discussion on anti-corruption sentiment in Latin America and the appointments of new political leaders in Mexico and Brazil.
Kristen Geissler presented "Managing the Maze of Public Quality Report Cards.”
Aaron Vandervelde presented "Addressing 340B Duplicate Medicaid and Commercial Rebates."
Walter Mix discussed anti-money laundering products, policies, and procedures; potential risks and rewards faced by early adopters of emerging compliance technologies; and regulatory developments and enforcement actions.
Rick Wright took part in a roundtable on “Restructurings & Distressed Markets: What’s New?”
David Zion and Jon Grove discussed "Testifying about Construction Defect Claims."
Aaron Vandervelde and Andrew Brownlee discussed "Leverage Data to Identify Duplicate Discounts."
John Wagner discussed "Current Accountable Care Organizations Trends: Are We Achieving Triple Aim?"
Bob Craig presented to the Baylor University Law School Executive LLM in Litigation Management program.
Ignatius Grande presented on "Social Media Ethics and Discovery: Implications for Attorneys and the Judiciary."
Kieran Brown discussed principles for blockchain-adoption policymaking in the context of addressing major government challenges; and chaired the panel “Should We Regulate Blockchain? Smart Regulation for Smarter Cities and Society of the Future.”
Ray Kolls took part in a panel on "Identifying and Preparing Expert Witnesses for Trial."
Mara Mitchel co-presented on "Pharmacy Hot Topics: Standards and Their Effect on the Operational Workflow in Healthcare."
Cleve Tyler discussed topics including antitrust laws, legal and economic viewpoints in antitrust damages, potential implications for the competition litigation landscape, and risk-mitigation strategies for effective antitrust compliance.
Ignatius Grande co-presented on federal proportionality rules, how proportionality is being used in practice, and how courts are resolving proportionality disputes.
Austin Potter discussed effective referral management; tracking and documentation to primary care clinics, specialist offices, and ambulatory sites; and coordination of care transitions and keeping patients in-network.
Edward Buthusiem took part in a panel on "Clinical and R&D Compliance."
Branko Terzic moderated the "Federal Policy Roundtable."
SCL NA hosted this panel, in which participants discussed best practices, potential issues, and keys to success regarding implementation of the new adjudication regime.
Aaron Vandervelde took part in a panel on "Development, Pricing, and the Market for Pharmaceuticals."
Tom Brown discussed his experience prosecuting high-profile cases of cyber crime and offered potential solutions to address cyber threats.
Chester Hanvey chaired a panel on "Grasping at Straw Men: Implications of Novel Title VII Allegations.”
Christopher Goncalves took part in the session "Commercial Evolution and the Changing Industry Dynamic."
Branko Terzic provided the keynote address and discussed his recent paper for NARUC on The Interface between Regulation and Financial Markets.
Niamh Ni Chroinin led a two-part seminar on potential measures to better manage the outcome of projects and increase the probability that changes or disputes can be avoided or have favourable outcomes.
Nabil Manzoor and Kieran Brown took part in panel on "Convergence of Blockchain AI and IOT: Use Cases and Existing Implementations" and presented on "Implementing Blockchain, AI, and IOT in Smart Cities."
David Teece took part in a panel on "The Impact of 5G: Why Innovation Policy Matters."
Ignatius Grande led an eDiscovery roundtable on the collection, preservation, and review of data from new messaging systems and mobile devices.
The Society of Construction Law North America (SCL NA) and the American College of Construction Lawyers co-hosted the panel. Anamaria Popescu is chair of SCL NA.
Nicholas Chmielewski and Jason Moretz presented on emergency department boarder methodologies and arrival processes.
Mónica MacGregor took part in a session on "Emerging Compliance Issues for Corporate Counsel."
Nicholas Chmielewski and Jason Moretz took part in a leadership workshop and discuss “Boarders, Boarders Everywhere – Who Pays for Them and Why Should I Care?"
Mustafa Hadi took part in a panel discussion on the appointment of experts in arbitrations at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC).
Jeffery Stec took part in a panel on "Recent Developments in IP Damages Law."
Peggy Daley took part in a seminar on "Telephone Consumer Protection Act Litigation Explosion: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Business in 2019."
Walter Mix discussed "What’s New in the AML Landscape? Latest Issues and Trends in the Fight Against Financial Crime."
David Lewin took part in a panel on "Turning Heads and Turnarounds: A Review of Private Company Compensatory Trends Generally and Insights into Troubled Companies Returning to Solvency."
Tony Moroney and Heston Hutton presented on "Financial Services in a Digitized World."
Ignatius Grande took part in a program on rules, guidelines, and ethics opinions lawyers should know for compliance.
Rick Moffat and Niamh Ni Chroinin discussed "Construction Claims – Legal and Technical: Extras, Change of Scope, Productivity, Delay and Impact Claims, Quantifying Loss."
Dante Quaglione discussed the roles of coordination and cooperation as innovation and dynamic efficiency enablers, and on opportunities for damages actions outside of cartel action (FRAND policy).
Alex Jacobs moderated a panel on "Adopting Analytics in Legal Practice."
Paul Osborne co-presented "A Comprehensive Approach to Improving Operating Margins."
Ken Serwin took part in a panel on "Algorithmic Bias: The Law’s Newest Frontier and How It Affects Litigation and Your Firm."
Vincent Biemans moderated a discussion on potential post-closing adjustment pitfalls.
Elizabeth Arnold presented "Evaluating the Employment Status of the Temporary Workforce."
Elizabeth Arnold presented "Assessing Independent Contractors."
John Kelliher hosted a "fireside chat" with Paul Ryan and moderated a discussion featuring Republican and Democratic perspectives on Ryan's comments.
Christopher Goncalves spoke about "Japan’s Dynamic LNG Market: Regulations and Reforms."
Mary Karen Wills moderated a panel on "Incurred Costs, Billings, and Cost Accounting Issues."
Elliot Fuhr discussed the importance of balance sheet management and mitigating risk in growth.
Ignatius Grande took part in panels on "Opportunities and Challenges of Cross-Border Discovery" and "Information Governance to Minimize Risk and Maximize Potential."
Jeffrey Klenk took part in a panel on significant issues in pricing conduct that emerged during 2018.
Mark Clemens led a workshop on "Essential Hospital-Wide Strategies to Support Patient Flow and Promote Patient-Centered Care."
Jeffery Stec discussed the fundamentals and importance of survey evidence in intellectual property litigation, best practices, and development and implementation of consumer surveys.
Tony Moroney and Heston Hutton discussed "The Digital Disruption of Financial Services."
Mónica MacGregor took part in a session on "Use of Artificial Intelligence in Fighting Cyber Attacks."
Ignatius Grande moderated a panel on "Developing a Playbook to Evaluate AI Technology."
BRG will cosponsor the inaugural "Start Where You Are" run/walk with ACEDS.
Jeffery Stec took part in a panel to discuss recent case laws involving lost profits and damages calculation, theories and analyses used to calculate damages, and potential litigation strategies.
Ginger Martin co-presented "Three R’s of Staff Efficiency: Right Staff, Right Time, Right Place."
Ben Nolan discussed "Contractor Performance Evaluation - Lessons Learned for Future Projects."
Federico Jost spoke on the panel "Valuation: Guidelines, Process, and Fair Value."
Ignatius Grande presented on "Social Media 101."
Howard Berkowitz discussed identifying and investigating suspicious activity using data analytics and visualization tools to support fraud prevention and detection strategies and tactics.
Robert Glasser discussed business income cyber claims and potential "fine print" traps to avoid and valuation approaches to quantify claims.
Andres Alva took part in a session on "New Technologies in Construction and Its Forensic Application."
Ben Fouracre conducted a leadership skills training session in which he introduced an experiential simulation that explored team alignment, planning, and decision-making buy-in.
Ignatius Grande took part in a panel on "Technology Assisted Review for eDiscovery."
This conference is expressly designed for senior executives from healthcare organizations, financial institutions, private equity firms, and law firms, as well as policy experts.
David Teece discussed “Winning with Dynamic Capabilities in Uncertain Times."
Mark Williams discussed trends in the assessment of co-investment models for the rollout of broadband infrastructure under EU competition rules and the proposed Electronic Communications Code Directive.
Christopher Kearns discussed topics including "Director Duties in Restructurings," "Bankruptcy Avoidance Action Potpourri," "Cross-Border Insolvency," and "Credit Document Loopholes."
Robert Glasser discussed potential exposures, initial hurdles with a cyber loss, and potential concerns about cyber policies.
Mark Williams chaired a panel on "Wholesale Access: How Virtual Products Impact Competition."
Robert Glasser discussed pre-loss preparation, business interruption values, critical extension of coverages, and potential strategies for timely settlement of a claim or an employee theft loss.
Monica MacGregor conducted a training program on the function and responsibilities of the Bank Secrecy Act compliance officer and Anti-Money Laundering training program requirements.
Tigran Ter-Martirosyan discussed the Prague Rules, the civil-law tradition of an inquisitorial approach in international arbitration, and inefficiencies of the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence.
Santiago Dellepiane took part in a session on "Assessment of Damages in International Arbitration: ICCA/ASIL Damages Tool."
John Wagner discussed "The How and Why of Clinically Integrating a Large Number of Physicians in the Same Specialty."
Denise Debiasi co-conducted a panel on "Promoting Compliance with Distributors."
Kristen Geissler discussed the State of Maryland's waiver from hospital Medicare reimbursement and exemption from traditional CMS pay-for-performance programs.
Robert Glasser presented "Natural Disasters" and discussed the role of forensic accountants in complex business interruption losses after natural disasters or for cyber/employee fraud insurance claims.
Mustafa Hadi took part in a discussion on "The Resolution of Disputes Arising from China’s Belt & Road Initiative."
Ignatius Grande took part in a panel on practical strategies for using technology ethically, the use of ESI, and maintaining client confidences when dealing with such data.
Ignatius Grande discussed topics including legal specialties; skills used and developed; advantages and disadvantages of specializing; and long-term possibilities, including firm-, in-house, and public-sector options.
Ray Kolls took part in a panel on "Making the Most of Your Outside Legal Spend through Effective Legal Project Management."
Mike Piper reviewed how to identify referral resources; how to capture, input, and monitor referral sources; and how referral management can positively impact revenue growth and increase efficiencies.
This event, cosponsored by BRG, included a keynote address by David A. Cate, director of Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Chester Hanvey discussed wage and hour law, labor law compliance, and the latest developments at the state and federal levels.
Christopher Goncalves led a seminar on "Gas Market Dynamics, Price Reviews, and Commercial Arbitration" and discussed "Investing in New LNG to Support the Next Wave of Growth." BRG was a sponsor.
Edward Buthusiem discussed "Current Events in Pharmaceuticals in Major Continents."
John Wagner took part in a panel on "Preparing for Full Risk/Capitation."
Walter Mix moderated and took part in a panel on "Blockchain Technology and the Compliance Function: Risks and Opportunities."
Michael Whalen took part in the panel "Global Energy Poverty, the Moral Case for Fossil Fuels, and the Role of North American Resources in Accessing Economic Growth Opportunities."
Abhijit Yadav discussed topics including India's economic outlook, emerging sectors, policy and regulatory initiatives, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, and jugaad and other challenges unique to doing business in India.
Jon Grove presented "Successfully Prosecuting a Construction Delay Claim, and David Zion presented "Defective Design Can Restrain Construction."
BRG's Healthcare Performance Improvement practice was a diamond sponsor.
Finbarr O'Connor took part in a panel on "PE Fund Wind-downs – When Things Go Wrong."
Mark Williams chaired a panel on "Regulation and Investment in Telecoms: Back to the Future or Brave New World?"
Ignatius Grande discussed "Social Media Law and Practice."
Walter Mix took part in a Fireside Chat and moderated a panel on "Implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI) For Your Bank’s BSA/AML Program."
Andrew Crain took part in a panel on "Trade Secrets and Digital Forensics."
Jeffery Stec took part in a panel on patent issues, with a particular focus on recent Supreme Court and Federal Circuit rulings that impact the method and process of assessing patent infringement damages.
Arnold Castillo discussed "The Reasonable and Legitimate Expectations of the Investors: Appropriate Judicial Context to Protect and Secure Investments."
Ben Johnson took part in a panel on "Serious Financial Loss under s1(2) of the Defamation Act 2013."
Kevin O'Brien took part in a panel on "Best Practices for Lawyers and Experts in Health Care Fraud Investigations, Self-Reporting, and Lawsuits."
Peggy Daley discussed blockchain and how it is disrupting aspects of the economy.
David Teece received the CK Prahalad Distinguished Scholar-Practitioner Award and took part in a panel on "Revisiting the Geographic Space of Value Creation and Appropriation from the Complementary Assets Framework."
Ignatius Grande discussed how to collect and gain access to social media evidence; what courts have held about access to social media accounts; and potential ways social media evidence is used and collected in product liability litigation.
Dan Galante moderated a panel on "Middle Market Overview: The View from Below a Billion Dollars."
Larry Tedesco took part in a session on "Legal and Strategic Implications of Litigation Funding in IP Litigation."
Branko Terzic took part in a panel discussion on “The Role of Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructure in Energy Sector."
David Teece presented “Dynamic Capabilities and Rendanheyi."
BRG's Hong Kong team cosponsored the quiz.
Dubravka Tosic discussed "equal work" and compensation packages; guidelines for employers seeking to guard against equal pay claims; and what law requires and prohibits.
Ben Fouracre took part in a roundtable discussion on human trafficking and other human rights risks and associated potential legal, financial, and reputational consequences.
Anamaria Popescu presented "The Best Defense Is a Good Offense" and discussed keys to effective risk mitigation, contract management, and dispute resolution.
David Wildebrandt moderated the "Hospital and Health System CFO Panel."
Mónica MacGregor took part in the panel "Protecting Attorney Client Privilege: Investigations and Beyond."
Abhijit Yadav explored potential implications on the commercial organization being brought under the Prevention of Corruption Act amendment and compliance preparedness for such change.
Cleve Tyler discussed topics including assessing market power using “direct evidence,” valuing ancillary agreements, the role of causation, common antitrust injury, and damages calculations.
This regional academy delved into concepts of executive presence, leadership skills, and what it means to be authentic in organizations where Latinas remain underrepresented.
Peggy Daley, William Poirier, and Elaine Smith discussed TCPA and similar class action litigation, investigation of facts and relevant data, and what investigative avenues TCPA litigants should consider conducting.
Elizabeth Arnold presented on "Gig Economy Workers - Employees or Contractors?"
Gardner Walkup presented on "Optimisation of Natural Gas from Upstream to Downstream."
Jason Moretz discussed recent trends in MSE and how a rapid screening process could improve patient flow and impact an organization.
Gregory Smith discussed topics including commercial and compensatory damages, categories of intellectual property and of damages, and applications for each form of IP.
Ignatius Grande took part in the session "Moving from Models to Standards: Next Steps in Maturing the Industry’s Multiple Strengths, One Goal: Building Rock Star Teams."
Ignatius Grande co-presented on topics including preparation for cyber incidents, practical solutions for legal and ethical challenges, and protecting businesses and data from cyber threats.
Peggy Daley discussed topics including the DC Circuit Court's decision in ACA International v. FCC and what the decision means for the definition of an autodialer (Automatic Telephone Dialing System).
Mustafa Hadi and Calvin Qiu facilitated a one-day workshop on effective examination and cross-examination of experts in international arbitration.
William Poirier discussed "Handling Email, Social Media, and Other ESI.”
Brian Hoyt discussed "Narrow and Tiered Provider Networks from a Legal and Data Analytics Perspective."
Bob Glasser took part in a panel on "How to Avoid a Titanic 'Cyberg.'"
Tom Brown took part in a panel on "Emerging Tech Crimes: Going Dark, Bug Bounties and Synthetic ID Theft."
Jean-Marie van der Elst took part in a panel on "Ensuring Bankability of Projects in Puerto Rico."
Peggy Daley discussed ethical issues faced by academic institutions when conducting investigations.
Walter Mix led a discussion on recent changes to the Dodd-Frank Act.
Heiko Ziehms took part in a session on "The New DIS Rules – Is the Revision Courageous Enough?"
Bill Marquardt discussed "Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Compliance in 2018: Exploring Updates and Navigating Changes."
David Kalat took part in a panel on "TCPA/Class Actions."
Walter Mix provided opening remarks at this luncheon featuring guest speaker Gerry Tsai, director of Applications and FinTech at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Ignatius Grande discussed privacy and data-protection issues, working with eDiscovery vendors to reduce risk, and obtaining court orders to protect data.
Anamaria Popescu led a seminar on "The Best Defense is a Good Offense: Keys to Effective Risk Mitigation and Dispute Resolution."
Rebbecca Reed-Arthurs took part in a panel on "The Value of Marketing Analytics in Legislation." She discussed use of conjoint surveys in litigation.
Christopher Kearns took part in a panel on "When Is Adequate Protection Not Adequate?"
Rick Moffat presented "The Role of Experts in Construction Disputes."
Ignatius Grande moderated the panel "Forensic Examination of Digital Devices: The Legal, Ethical and Technical Pitfalls."
Anamaria Popescu discussed "Best Practices for Presenting Construction Claims."
Christopher Kearns discussed "Hot Topics in Bankruptcy."
Rick Moffat led "Deep Dive into Time Impact and Windows Analysis" and discussed "Best Practices for Avoiding and Mitigating Delay Claims."
Laura Dorman organized and provided opening remarks at this roundtable, which included discussion of regulations on cyber security, crypto-currency, and others.
Chester Hanvey spoke on "What—Essentially—Is an Essential Function? ADA-Compliant Job Analysis Best Practices."
Savita Nair presented a case study on "Auditors vs. Fraudsters,” and Abhijit Yadav took part in a learning leadership lab on frauds, black money, and corruption.
Anamaria Popescu presented "The Best Defense Is a Good Offense."
BRG hosted a dinner featuring former CIA Director John Brennan.
Frank Holder chaired a session on "Global Economic Outlook: Seeking Sustainable Growth" and moderated "The Americas: Envisioning a New Cycle of Growth."
Bob Glasser presented on "Understanding the Role of an Asset Manager in a Complex Insurance Loss for Cyber, Employee Fraud, Property, or Business Interruption Claims."
Robin Cantor presented "Statistical Origins of the Opioid Crisis" and took part in a panel on "Crisis Management in the Pharmaceutical Industry—Opioid Litigation."
Michael Kenyon discussed the new suite of FIDIC 2017 construction contracts for Middle East contract users, and how the new claims and disputes regimes may work for employers and contractors.
Christopher Goncalves discussed "Procurement and Portfolio Optimization in an Era of Abundance and Flexibility."
David Teece took part in a panel on "International IP and Antitrust Policies for Innovation and the Race to 5G."
Niamh Ni Chroinin and Natalia Lehkyj led a course on construction contractual knowledge and claims.
Jared Willis moderated a panel on "Integrated Technologies for the Health Sector."
Ignatius Grande took part in a panel on "Cybersecurity in the Built Environment."
BRG was a sponsor of this year's event.
Larry Fallin led a masterclass on "Teamwork Makes the Dream Work – Inclusive Leadership."
Robert Glasser discussed topics including business interruption insurance and values, the claim preparation process, potential grey and contentious areas, and claim resolution.
Daniel Ryan took part in a panel discussing the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal, the future of UK class action claims and collective proceeding orders, and the role of experts.
Ernesto Carrasco took part in a panel on "Implications in Force for the Companies of the New Law."
BRG cosponsored the third-annual women’s networking event to kick off the ABA Section of Public Contract Law’s Federal Procurement Institute.
Ignatius Grande took part in panels on "The Do's and Don'ts of Attorney Social Media Use and Advice to Clients" and "Managing Records in the Cloud and Elsewhere."
Matías Mora Simoes presented an analysis regarding perspectives and challenges of the Latin American banking system in the face of growing and complex regulatory demands for 2018.
David Wildebrandt moderated the "Region V Hospital CFO" panel.
Jeffrey Klenk took part in a panel on antitrust pricing developments from 2017 and provided a preview of 2018.
Bryan Cote took part in the panel "Initiate Community-Based Solutions with Local Partners."
Sean Fishlock took part in the panel "Will Software Kill Tech Hardware?"
Anamaria Popescu provided a keynote and discussed "Vampires, Longhorns, and Crocodiles, Oh My! Lessons Learned as a Woman in the Construction Industry."
Savita Nair discussed topics including using data analysis for fraud, analytical techniques, ratio analysis and relationship-based queries, and Benford’s Law.
Topics included ethical challenges, eDiscovery best practices, qualifying agents, and the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
BRG sponsored the International Women's Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC) Hong Kong's Chinese New Year Dim Sum lunch.
Christopher Goncalves discussed "The New Paradigm of the Asian LNG Market" and moderated "Financing: Exploring New Trends & Business Models in Project Finance."
Brian Lande presented an overview of digital banking priorities and trends relevant to the local banking market.
David Wildebrandt provided a keynote on "Strategies to Help Your Hospital Win at Value-Based Population Health Management."
Finbarr O'Connor moderated the panel "Managing End-of-Life Funds."
Branko Terzic took part in a panel on “Demand Charges: Can They Be Internalized in Dynamic Pricing without Diluting Efficient Price Signals?”
Anamaria Popescu presented "The Best Defense Is a Good Offense: Keys to Effective Risk Mitigation, Contract Management and Dispute Resolution."
Savita Nair discussed topics including anonymity and confidentiality; incentives and multiple reporting options; and potential ways to customize the whistleblower program to suit the company culture.
- Why the New Anti-Corruption Regulatory Environment in Mexico Is Attractive to Foreign Investment and Its Impact on Conducting Investigations
David Teece discussed "Reflections on the Application of Dynamic Capabilities in Practice."
David Teece provided a keynote address and spoke in the panel “How to Lead and Disrupt the Establishment.”
Abhijit Yadav discussed topics including endemic corruption and root cause; agents of corruption; and whether reputational due diligence can identify risks and add value.
David Abshier presented to the San Francisco Bank Attorneys Association.
David Kalat discussed the year in data breaches and data security and provided a perspective looking forward.
Michael Jelen discussed the fundamentals of blockchain, beginning with the rise of computing power, distributed computing, and cryptography that led to the creation of one of today’s most promising technological innovations.
David Teece provided the opening keynote address on "Dynamic Capabilities in the Platform Economy."
The conference was designed expressly for senior executives from healthcare organizations, financial institutions, private equity firms, law firms, and policy experts.
Robert Glasser discussed "Managing a Complex Business Interruption Claim and Best Practices to a Successful Settlement."
Abhijit Yadav discussed topics including creating an anti-fraud culture in an organization.
Charles Choyce took part in a panel on "High-Tech Tools by Experts in Construction Litigation and Arbitration: How to Do it Right and How to Tear it Down."
Rick Moffat discussed "Delay and Impact Claims: Quantifying the Loss."
David Teece spoke at the Institute of Management at Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies.
Jeffrey Cramer discussed internal investigations at this IASB, IASA, and IASBO annual conference.
Heiko Ziehms discussed adjustment parameters and clauses used in practice.
Richard Jewell discussed circumstances and potential outcomes of the crisis in higher education, including public funding support, demographics of potential students, parental consumer mentality, and online degree programs.
Michael Kenyon co-presented a session on tools, methods, and processes that can improve the presentation of expert evidence.
Andres Alva participated in the “Risk Management in Public and Private Works” panel.
Kristen Geissler spoke at a Maryland Association for Healthcare Quality education session about "Maryland Quality Value-Based Programs: Next Steps of the Waiver."
BRG was a sponsor of the summit.
BRG cosponsored a charitable event for women veterans and contribute to Women Veterans Interactive and American Red Cross’ “Totes for Hope” service project.
Jeffrey Klenk took part in a panel on "Class Certification – Making Sense of Class Certification Doctrine, Economics, and Econometrics.”
David Teece provided the keynote address on “IP Rights Erosion: A Growing Threat to US Economic Leadership."
Christopher Vajda, UK Judge to the European Court of Justice, discussed the role of environmental considerations in international trade agreements, as seen from an EU perspective.
Kristen Geissler spoke to the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists about "Maryland Quality Programs: Updates and Documentation Impact."
Allen Jacobs took part in a panel on "Trends and Developments in M&A Law."
Jeffrey Klenk took part in panel discussion on topics in Section 337 cases.
Rebecca Altman took part in a panel on "EHR, Big Data, and Regional Health Information Systems and Population Health."
Elliot Fuhr moderated a panel of CFOs from leading companies in "Finance-Enabled Transformation: Positioning for Growth."
Walter Mix moderated a panel on "Implementing RegTech: Cutting Edge Issues."
David Wildebrandt discussed "Successful Strategies for Physician Alignment."
Matias Mora Simoes spoke about "Money Laundering through International Trade."
David Kalat took part in a panel on "Cybersecurity Watch."
Federico Pauls spoke on "The Road to a More Agile and Efficient Compliance Function."
Frank Holder discussed the new political scenario for countries in Latin America, the search for transparency, and potential impacts on companies' operations standards.
Katie Norris took part in a Business Drivers' panel on "Regulatory Changes Affecting Helplines."
Tom Brown discussed the current threat landscape, as well as social media’s impact on businesses.
Christopher Goncalves took part in a panel on "Developing Factors in Global LNG Markets in Relation to US Exports and Natural Gas Supply."
John Wagner discussed "Value-Based Transformation Commercial Reimbursement Roadmap."
Walter Mix moderated a panel on "Developments in RegTech and the FinTech Charter."
David Teece spoke on "EXPERIMENTS, Economics, and Vernon Smith" and presented the Alexis de Tocqueville Award to Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith.
Christopher Goncalves presented "Gas Market Dynamics, Arbitration and Price Reviews" and took part in a panel on "Long-Term Supply: Managing the Industry’s Next Phase of LNG Supply Growth."
Branko Terzic moderated a panel exploring the geopolitical implications of LNG exports.
Walter Mix moderated "Special Report on Practical Issues for Implementing RegTech at Your Bank."
Matias Mora presented "Leader 2.0 in the Prevention of Business Risks."
Tony Moroney discussed "Digital Transformation: A New Paradigm for Success: A Business Model Innovation and Leadership Challenge."
Frank Holder took part in a panel on "White Collar and FCPA: A Government Investigation."
Faisal Amin took part in the session "Cost Effective Regulatory Compliance."
Walter Mix moderated panels on "Financial Crimes/Cyber Security/AML/BSA,""FinTech: Competitor or Partner?" and "Artificial Intelligence/Blockchain."
Ben Nolan and Paul Bough presented "Construction Industry Risk Shifting in the Design-Build and Public Private Partnership Arena."
Ernesto Carrasco discussed development of a standardized cyber security program and a basis for cyber security assessments.
Matias Nahon presented "Cyber-Attacks: Intermediary Companies with Large Volumes of Confidential Information Are the Ideal Target for Computer Attacks."
Patrick Redmon presented "Academic Medical Centers in the World of Value-Based Payments and Population Health."
Anamaria Popescu took part in a panel on "The Best Defense is a Good Offense – Keys to Claims Prevention and Mitigation."
Thomas Brown discussed topics including key risk assessment, cyber-security issues, and privacy and remediation.
Katie Norris took part in a panel on "Healthcare Cybersecurity: Challenges and Solutions."
Anamaria Popescu discussed scheduling and extension of time claims topics, including critical path calculation and tracing the critical path in Primavera.
Mary Karen Wills discussed "New Audit Challenges for Industry: The Practical Impact of the DCAA Selected Areas of Cost Guidebook."
In the session "The Benefits of Social Selling," Phil Rowley discussed the benefits of social selling and how to add this proficiency to a team’s toolbox.
Frank Holder discussed "Trends Regarding Global Anti-Corruption Enforcement."
Christopher Goncalves presented "Cracking the Commercial Code for US LNG Sales in a Tough Market."
David Lewin presented "No-Poaching and Independent Contractor v. Employee Status Disputes; Definition, Analysis and Resolution."
In the session "Creating an Agile Culture," Phil Rowley reviewed how strategy leaders must formulate ways to sustain competitive advantage and deliver value.
Anamaria Popescu presented on scheduling basics for attorneys.
Ben Nolan took part in the panel “Public Private Partnerships - Investor Considerations."
Bill Marquardt and Hiram Del Amo discussed Trump administration appointments and public commentary regarding enforcement priorities; and technology and cyber-security issues.
Heiko Ziehms discussed "Forensic Questions and Quantum in Post-M&A Litigation."
Ben Nolan and Paul Bough discussed "Construction Industry Risk Shifting in the Design-Build and Public Private Partnership Arena."
David Saunders discussed investor-state dispute settlement, protections in investment treaties, funding investor-state disputes, and valuation and quantum.
Christopher Goncalves presented "Navigating the Winds of Change for Asian LNG Supply."
Ben Nolan took part in the panel "What Lies Beneath? Latent Defects in Pipe Construction: A 6-Year Story of Construction Litigation Told from the Trenches."
Julie Nielsen spoke about "Spotlight on Medicare Risk Adjustment."
Bruce Bingham discussed the value of the Chicago Cubs baseball franchise and property, as well as cost, market, and income approaches.
Frank Holder discussed "Drop Them or Keep Them – Trust Structuring for PEPs."
Edward Buthusiem co-led a workshop on "Industry Consolidation—Role of Compliance in Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures."
Tom Brown discussed a cyber-security regulation promulgated by the New York Department of Financial Services.
Chester Hanvey chaired the panel "Physical Abilities Testing: Lessons Learned in Test Development and Validation."
Bill Marquardt discussed "Crucial Factors in Building, Maintaining, and Updating a Global Compliance Program" as part of the Resource Industry panel.
Rick Moffat presented "Deep Dive into Time Impact and Windows Analysis" and took part in a panel on "Best Practices for Avoiding and Mitigating Delay Claims."
Arnold Castillo took part in a panel on “The Proper Function of Experts - Expertise vs. Legal Experts.”
Matias Mora discussed "Financial Challenges for 2017."
Finbarr O’Connor spoke and held a workshop on the “Complexities of Winding Down a Hedge Fund.”
Frank Holder took part in sessions on "The Global Economy: Responding to Uncertainty" and "Infrastructure: Engine for Growth."
Jeffrey Cramer took part in a panel on "The Shifting Anti-Corruption Landscape."
Anamaria Popescu presented "The Best Defense Is a Good Offense: Keys to Effective Risk Mitigation, Contract Management, and Dispute Resolution."
Faisal Amin presented findings of the Cybersecurity Preparedness Benchmarking Study and Risk Management Study in the session "Institutional Cybersecurity Preparedness: Trends and Best Practices."
Keith Jelinek took part in the panel "Is the Retail Industry Going on Clearance?"
Heiko Ziehms discussed financial and accounting aspects of completion mechanisms in M&A transactions and post-M&A disputes.
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Charles Lundelius discussed topics including the SEC’s views regarding enforcement and disclosure issues.
Tom Brown took part in a discussion on evaluating cyber threats and reviewing the tools needed in the event of a breach.
Anamaria Popescu provided opening remarks.
BRG was an exhibitor.
Tom Brown discussed the role of the board and senior executives in leading a response to digital and cyber-crime.
Richard Davis took part in the panel "Technology Finance and Driving Business Results."
Ryan Byrd discussed the fraud landscape and topics including internal controls, policies, and procedures.
Misha Segal discussed "HC Policy Perspectives in Trump’s America: America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP)."
Walter Mix moderated the session "FinTech Trends and RegTech: How to Use Technology to Improve the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Your BSA/AML Program."
Heiko Ziehms presented on "The Making of a Modern M&A Dispute."
Todd Antonelli presented "Oncology Clinical Pathways Commercialization Opportunity Landscape."
Gregory Smith discussed topics including apportionment and Federal Circuit cases, implications for the royalty base and royalty rate, and specific apportionment issues relating to standard essential patents.
Michael Fahlman discussed methodologies that may be employed, possible legal theories to assume, wording in expert reports, and how to say an opinion at deposition or trial.
Christopher Goncalves discussed "Assessing the Future of Long Term Gas Contracts (LTC) in Asia: The Golden Age of Gas?"
Andrew Demetriou took part in a panel on "The Road to Risk – Transaction Panel."
Walter Mix discussed legal and regulatory developments, emerging issues and challenges impacting financial institutions, and the outlook for the year ahead.
Rick Chamberlain presented on "The Role of Unconventionals in the North American Natural Gas Supply Outlook."
Kristen Geissler discussed CMS pay-for-performance programs and Medi-Cal’s PPCs (Provider-Preventable Conditions).
Dubravka Tosic discussed using statistical evidence in employment class action litigation, employer self-audits, and regulatory investigations.
The celebration recognized individuals making strides in solving eDiscovery in-house.
Rick Chamberlain co-presented an energy CLE on North American (NA) unconventionals, the current business environment, and M&A activity in the Permian and other NA unconventional plays.
David Teece presented "The Foundation of a Successful and Innovative Business Enterprise Model: Dynamic Capabilities" and "Orchestrating Innovation."
JoAnna Younts took part in a panel on "Health Care in the Political Crosshairs and Preparation for the Coming Distress in 2017."
The conference was designed for senior executives from healthcare organizations, financial institutions, private equity firms, law firms, and policy experts.
Branko Terzic took part in the panel "What’s Happening on Capitol Hill: Political Perspective on Regulated Utilities."
Peter Keller discussed "Wall Street in the Grid."
Walter Mix provided opening remarks, and BRG co-sponsored.
David Teece chaired a roundtable discussion on "The Legacy of Nathan Rosenberg and the Importance of Economic History."
Charles Choyce discussed "Building in the Safe Zone: Deconstructing Cyber Risks - Addressing Cyber Security in the Construction Industry."
Ben Nolan and Robert Lamb discussed "New Technologies to Control Project and Dispute Resolution Costs."
Faisal Amin discussed findings of the Cybersecurity Preparedness Benchmarking Study.
Ben Nolan presented "Trends in the Construction Industry and Handling of Construction Claims."
Branko Terzic discussed “Grid Future in the USA.”
Tony Moroney presented "Key Risk Indicators: Changing the Reference Points" and "Cybersecurity Preparedness Benchmark Study – Results."
Christopher Kearns took part in the panel "Ethics in Today's Tough Cases—Buddy Can You Spare a Dime (or Less)?"
David Teece presented the keynote "Vision 2030 and Private Public Partnerships: Using Capabilities and Contracts Theory to Understand Ecosystem-Enabled Economic Development."
Tony Moroney presented "Key Risk Indicators: Changing the Reference Points."
Speakers discussed the Construction Lien Act, the provincial-led expert review process, alternative dispute resolution, and legislative reforms.
Rick Fultineer discussed construction claims, project oversight, EPC contracting, and 4D scheduling.
Edward Buthusiem presented "Adapt to Unique Risks Associated with Specialty Drugs."
Katherine Norris discussed "An Overview of Recent FDA Guidances" and took part in a panel on FDA guidances.
Heiko Ziehms spoke on the financial and accounting aspects of completion mechanisms in M&A transactions and post-M&A disputes.
Tom Choi spoke about “Infrastructure Updates and Supply/Demand Fundamentals - One-Two Punch!"
Andres Alva spoke about "Construction Claims Tendencies for Infrastructure Projects."
Anamaria Popescu spoke about "The Best Defense Is a Good Offense: Keys to Claims Prevention, Detection, and Mitigation."
Tom Brown was the keynote speaker.
David Wildebrandt discussed "Clinically Integrated Network: Partnership-Driven Solutions."
Rick Chamberlain spoke about "Valuation Issues Amid Oil Price Volatility."
Jean-Marie van der Elst provided a keynote on "Financial Forensics–A Green Hat Approach, Delivering Value from Integrated Forensic Psychology Support."
David Teece provided opening and closing remarks on the knowledge economy and business models in intellectual property and public policy.
Heiko Ziehms spoke on “Witness Preparation: The Perspective of an Expert Witness” to the Dispute Resolution Forum Düsseldorf und Köln.
Elizabeth Arnold provided an overview of the new DOL overtime regulations and discussed how to determine whether an employee is exempt under the new white collar exemptions.
Walter Mix moderated a panel on "Cybersecurity: Regulatory Developments and Industry Practices."
Tom Choi spoke on "Appalachian Supplies and Pipeline Capacity Requirements—A Current Analysis."
Gardner Walkup presented on "Shale 2.0: Opportunities and Risks for LNG Export from North America."
Brian Hoyt discussed "Network Adequacy Requirements in Medicare and Medicaid: What You Need to Know."
Branko Terzic discussed challenges to creating a conducive environment for augmenting investment in sustainable energy.
Cleve Tyler discussed antitrust enforcement for reverse payment settlements in the United States and European Union landscapes.
The WIC Conference is the Mid-Atlantic region’s premiere forum for education, professional development and networking for women in the construction industry.
Jeffrey Klenk discussed a potential career path for economists who are generally interested in industrial organization and might have a specific interest in antitrust.
Elizabeth Arnold discussed legal and management perspectives of overtime requirements.
Laura Dorman moderated “Who’s the Regulator in the Room? Regulations on Kickbacks, Money Laundering, and More.”
Rebecca Altman provided a keynote address on "Population Health Strategy."
Ozgur Kan discussed "Financial Statements in Practice" and the case study "Read a Financial Statement within a Company’s Annual Report."
Tom Choi took part in a panel on "North American Natural Gas in an Evolving Global, Geopolitical, and Economic Context."
Elizabeth Arnold discussed the significant and latest issues on the gig economy, and specifically on wage and hour liability and litigation risks.
Finbarr O'Connor discussed "Steps for Winding Down a Fund: Determining When It’s Time and What to Do."
Ryan Byrd discussed investigative teams, organizational investigative policies, walking through an investigation, and internal and external communication.
Christopher Goncalves spoke about oversupply and how LNG prices, as well as indexes and price formulas in term contracts.
Katherine Norris discussed "Forge Compliant Partnerships for Market Access, Including with Specialty Pharmacies."
Tom Brown provided a keynote address on cyber security.
Tony Moroney discussed digitization and smarter communications in the session "The Impossible Dream?"
BRG is a sponsor for this conference, which is designed to meet the needs of in-house eDiscovery professionals.
Tony Moroney discussed the Cybersecurity Preparedness Benchmarking Study.
Jean-Marie van der Elst discussed P3 projects and presented on “Value for Money Analysis” to the Florida Council for Public Private Partnerships.
Matias Mora presented and moderated the segment "Leadership Values."
Andres Alva took part in the panel "Claims and Controversies Are Part and Parcel of a Controversial Activity--Let`s Manage Them."
Michael Athanason, Peter Bianco, and Cole Corbin discussed best practices in the private equity/hedge fund industry.
Laura Dorman co-chaired the event and served as co-moderator.
Tom Brown took part in a panel discussing ethical and practical issues related to law firm data security obligations.
Tom Brown discussed "Cyber Security and Identity Theft Concerns."
Joanna Martin Ziegenfuss presented "The LNG Lowdown: Changing Market Drivers" and "ECA Update: Near Coastal Shipping and Inland Waterways in Focus" and took part in the panel "Bunkering Basics: How Feasible Are LNG Bunkering Methods for the Brown-Water Fleet?"
David Teece provided a keynote address on "Profiting from Innovation in the Digital Economy."
Christopher Goncalves provided opening remarks and discussed "How the Tsunami of LNG Products Is Affecting the Negotiation and Renegotiation of Long-Term Gas Contracts."
Tony Moroney discussed the Cybersecurity Preparedness Benchmarking Study.
BRG's Healthcare Analytics, Clinical Economics, and Healthcare Performance Improvement practices showcased Brain Art at their exhibitor booth.
BRG's Healthcare practice sponsored AHLA's 2016 Annual Meeting in Denver.
Brad Wolf spoke about "Construction Outlook for Petrochemical Industry in the Northeast Region."
Matias Mora was in a panel on “Challenges of Wealth Management within Families.”
Joanna Martin Ziegenfuss spoke on “LNG as a Fuel: The Trailblazers"
Brad Wolf led sessions on "Raw Materials for Steelmaking" and "The Economics of Raw Materials and Steelmaking."
Dubravka Tosic spoke in the panel "Using Financial Information in Business Transactions."
Bob Craig was a member of the planning committee for this two-day "bootcamp."
Tom Brown discussed "The Next Waves of Cyber Threats in a Connected World."
Ben Nolan took part in the "Litigating a Delay Claim" panel and discussed the delay claim and critical path assessment process.
David McCann discussed "Important Changes You Need to Know and Inpatient Audit Focus Areas to Ensure Compliant Coding Practices."
Mary Karen Wills discussed "Government Contracts Compliance - Developing a Robust Program to Address Hot Button Compliance Issues."
Christopher Tarbell spoke on "Cyber Security in Healthcare: Don't Be the Low Hanging Fruit."
BRG cohosted "How Current Trends Impact the Future of Life Sciences and Healthcare."
Mustafa Hadi presented on "Practice on Expert Witness in CIETAC Arbitration."
BRG's Government Contracts practice hosted a reception after the ABA Diversity Committee's panel discussion on "Inclusion in the Modern Workplace."
David Wildebrandt discussed how hospitals can best manage the transition from a fee-for-service "sick-care" approach to one that focuses on keeping patients well.
Peggy Daley spoke on "Helplines, Investigations, and Responding to Misconduct."
Christopher Kearns discussed business and litigation strategies for dealing with defaults under energy-related agreements and investments.
Larry Fallin presented "Innovative Framework for Policy Transformation Using Big Data."
David Wildebrandt discussed how hospitals can best manage the transition from a fee-for-service "sick-care" approach to one that focuses on keeping patients well.
Bill Mitchell took part in a session on "Utilizing Bridge Capital in a Rising Real Estate Market."
Chester Hanvey took part in the panel “Implications of Revisions to FLSA Exemptions for Organizations and Employees” and presented “Application of Bayesian Statistics to Wage and Hour Litigation.”
Greg Russo spoke about "Structural and Transactional Implications of Medicare Payment Reform."
Rebecca Szelc discussed "Complex Business Interruption Claims: What to Do When Disaster Strikes."
Walter Mix moderated IBAC's annual regulatory program.
David Wildenbrandt discussed how hospitals can best manage the transition from a fee‐for‐service “sick‐care” approach to adopting one that focuses on keeping patients well.
Edward Buthusiem moderated the panel "Recent DOJ Enforcement Trends."
Branko Terzic discussed the energy market prior to the NAESB Board of Directors meeting.
David McCann discussed key risk areas and steps to maintain compliant practices that promote accurate documentation and coded data.
Gregory Smith discussed "Royalties for Standard-essential Patents."
Walter Mix discussed the direction of the banking industry, assessment of alternatives, and the importance of culture to merging institutions.
Greg Russo discussed "How Does Medicare Reduce Payments? Let Us Count the Ways."
Walter Mix took part in a panel discussing challenges and emerging issues under the Dodd-Frank Act
William Epstein spoke about structure on the front end of a transaction to mitigate the risk of a subsequent fraudulent transfer challenge.
Tom Brown took part in a panel and discussed ways healthcare companies may address cyber security needs and protect against the risk of cyber threats
BRG's Women's Leadership Initiative hosted a panel on best practices in business development, leadership, and other skills important for young professionals.
Walter Mix took part in a panel on "Latest Developments in Trade-Based Money Laundering: Geographic Targeting Orders and the Intersection of Fraud and Money."
Mustafa Hadi spoke in a panel on "One Size Fits All? A Cultural Lens on the Ideal Arbitrator."
BRG's Clinical Economics practice sponsored a booth.
Andrew Demetriou discussed "Professionalism: A Lawyer’s Role as Attorney, Counselor, Leader, and Citizen."
Finbarr O’Connor took part in the panel "What Is the New Normal in Investor Transparency?"
Walter Mix moderated a panel, and BRG was a cosponsor.
Mustafa Hadi spoke in a panel on "China-US Outbound Joint Ventures—Strategies for Dispute Resolution."
Greg Russo discussed "Proactively Responding to Government Investigations Using Data Analytics."
Tom Brown spoke on "A World of Disruptive Innovations: Workable Solutions to Data Privacy and Public Policy Issues in the Sharing Economy."
Laura Tyson discussed potential challenges facing emerging markets and Gulf Cooperation Council countries in particular.
David Teece reviewed national clusters of innovation and highlighted factors relevant to Kuwait on a national level and the importance of adopting a “dynamic capabilities” approach at a company level.
Jared Willis discussed initiatives that can be implemented to drive investment and the sustainable growth and diversification of the SME sector in Kuwait.
Branko Terzic spoke about economic survey results from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
Edward Buthusiem spoke in a panel and a workshop.
Jerry Engel discussed community and place in the development of innovation, technology, and breakthrough commercialization.
Stefano Falconi co-led a workshop on "Improving Financial Vitality and Access to Capital in Challenging Times."
Andrew Demetriou presented "Difficult Problems in the Valuation of Healthcare Enterprises and Relationships."
BRG experts discussed topics in healthcare private equity, including legislative policy, predictive analytics, managed care, and compliance.
Rick Fultineer discussed "Best Practices for Disrupted or Terminated Construction Projects due to 'Black Swan' Events."
Stefan Boedeker discussed trends in how experts and consultants may use surveys to assess brand confusion, as well as damages elements brand owners may claim if it comes to litigation.
Roger Miles and Trevor Jones presented on potential methods for banks to see conduct risk from the point of view of the regulator, customers, and employees.
David Teece was a distinguished chair and discussed "Business Strategy and Intellectual Property in National Competitiveness."
BRG cosponsored an IBAC program featuring Edwin Chow, regional director of the West Region of the CFPB.
Christopher Goncalves led "The New World of LNG Marketing and Pricing" and spoke about "Transforming LNG Business Models and Contracts."
Brian Hoyt discussed health plan provider data and the risks and liabilities that can result from poor data management.
BRG was invited to participate in the 32nd Annual Conference of the National Union of Kuwaiti Students (NUKS) USA Branch.
Christopher Goncalves led a teleconference and gave an updated outlook on U.S. LNG exports and world LNG dynamics.
BRG Corporate Finance sponsored this Turnaround Management Association event, which featured Robert Gates and Leon Panetta.
Roger Miles took part in a session on "Installing a 'Behavioural Lens': How Risk-Aware Working Improves Resilience and Conduct."
Ryan Byrd was an instructor at this symposium.
David Kennedy spoke on "The Investor View: How Changes in Law and Policy Have Affected the Patent Investment Climate."
Peggy Daley moderated "Utilizing Big Data Analytics in Your AML Compliance Program."
Rick Moffat took part in the module "Delay and Impact Claims: Quantifying the Loss."
Patrick Redmon spoke about “Regulatory Changes at the Federal Level.”
Edward Buthusiem discussed "Current Trends in Third-Party Due Diligence."
Walter Mix spoke at this International Bankers Association of California program.
Edwin Ordway discussed trends driving gaming restructurings, including the expansion of regional gaming and its impact on key markets.
Larry Tedesco took part in the panel "Money Talks – Making Early and Better-Informed Dispute Resolution Decisions Using Damages and Valuation Models."
Walter Mix moderated a panel on cyber security and information protection.
Ramin Sedehi spoke in the panel "Is Higher Ed on a Financial Cliff?"
Ozgur Kan presented on "Does Size of a Project Matter? How Do You Know When the Value of Risk Transfer Favors P3?"
Richard Easler took part in the mock examination portion of this skills training program.
Peter Chadwick discussed trends and legal developments impacting the world of commercial finance, bankruptcy, and restructuring.
David Kalat and Dean Christopher discussed using preservation to create an initial quantification of costs for processing and reviewing data categories and sources.
David Wildebrandt discussed uncertainty, disruption, and thriving in today’s healthcare environment
Bryan Cote led the roundtable "Share Ways to Support Members with Pediatric Behavioral Health Needs to Achieve the Triple Aim."
Brian Hoyt spoke about "New CMS Provider Directory Regulations: Are You Ready?"
Kevin Hamilton discussed "The Transformative Power of Data – Expanding Insight, Improving Performance, and Sharing Global Perspectives."
Katherine Norris discussed topics including global transparency reporting regulations and challenges.
Mary Karen Wills spoke in a panel on "Government Contracts Costs, Pricing, and Accounting."
Michael Fahlman presented "Ethical Issues in M&A Disputes."
Michael Fahlman presented on topics including purchase price adjustments, damages, and disputes.
Ozgur Kan co-presented "Cleaning Up Your Loan Data."
Walter Mix spoke at this program hosted by the International Bankers Association of California and cosponsored by BRG.
Jeffrey Klenk discussed the origins, costs, benefits, and practical considerations of the price-cost test.
Cristina Banks discussed "Innovative Strategies for Defending Federal and State Claims Involving Independent Contractor Misclassification and Improper Labeling of Exempt/Non-Exempt Employees, and Preparing for Imminent FLSA White-Collar Exemption Regulations."
Faisal Amin discussed overlapping interests among security researchers and the vendors and owners of products discovered to be vulnerable, as well as principles to promote better collaboration.
Dante Quaglione discussed "Dynamic Competition: How Does It Empower Consumers and Shape the Broadband Digital Ecosystem?"
Laura Doty discussed "Optimizing HIM with Electronic Medical Records."
Peggy Daley discussed data security policies and practices, cyber attacks, and potential ways to mitigate loss.
James French lectured on delay and disruption impacts to a property development and planning class.
Teams of two to three undergraduates acted like expert witnesses, opining on case issues and evaluating potential damages for a hypothetical company.
Katherine Norris spoke to the Health Care Fraud Task Force of Eastern and Middle Tennessee.
Ben Nolan moderated a panel on "Real-World Project Delivery in 4D."
Edward Buthusiem discussed implications for dental companies when determining Fair Market Value and its impact on CMS Open Payments Reporting, the Anti-kickback Statute, and the Stark Laws.
Walter Mix moderated "Perspectives on OFAC Sanctions/Impact on Trade Finance" and "Integrating Anti-Money Laundering on to Your Bank’s Enterprise Risk Management."
BRG cosponsored a Women's Leadership Initiative workshop that focused on assisting with public-speaking challenges common to women.
David Kalat and Dean Christopher discussed using preservation to create an initial quantification of costs for processing and reviewing data categories and sources.
Mary Karen Wills co-presented "Updates on Forward Pricing Rate Proposals and How to Meet DCMA’s Expectations for Forward Pricing Audits."
Robin Cantor chaired the session "Integrating Social and Physical Science to Address Risks."
Brian Hoyt discussed provider data, CMS regulations, and potential ways to reduce risks of fines.
David Lewin spoke on “Hot Topics in the Workplace: Independent Contractors or Employees.”
JoAnna Younts discussed "Community Oncology Practice Trends."
David Wildebrandt moderated an executive panel at this HFMA and ACHE of Central Florida event.
Branko Terzic provided a keynote address on "The 21st Century Energy Customer."
Millie Alexander was interviewed about clinical evidence queries.
Paul Bough presented to the ABA Construction Forum, Division 12 (Owners and Lenders) during the group’s monthly call-in.
Chris Goncalves spoke in the panel "Are We on the Verge of a Global Gas Market?"
Peggy Daley presented "Detecting and Prosecuting Insider Trade Secret Theft Using Forensic Technology.”
David Kalat presented "Investigative Research: Public Records and 'Publicly Available' Information" and "Locating Persons and Finding Background Information."
Patrick Redmon discussed information on the basic structure of Accountable Care Organizations, an overview of performance to date, and the potential role of ACOs in future reform initiatives.
Bryan Cote discussed integrating behavioral health into team-based care to improve clinical outcomes.
Branko Terzic presented in a session on "Physical Infrastructure, Energy and Environment."
Brad Wolf was a trainer for this two-day course.
Aaron Vandervelde presented on "Best Practices to Overcome 340B Pricing Implications."
BRG cosponsored a program that addressed the Federal Reserve Bank's application process, current banking conditions, and enforcement issues.
Robert Hichens discussed technology in the legal hold process and advanced interview techniques for eDiscovery.
Mary Karen Wills spoke in the panel "DOE Procurements and Contracts: Lessons Learned and Emerging Issues."
David Lewin spoke in the session "Federal and State Enforcement Initiatives on the Wage and Hour Front: The Latest Priorities of the DOL Wage and Hour Division."
The seminar was organized by Faisal Amin.
David Lewin was a featured speaker and panelist.
Kristen Geissler discussed CMS's approach to hospital acquired conditions, value-based purchasing, and the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program.
Kevin Hamilton presented "Turning Data Into Dollars: The Transformative Power of Data – Expanding Insight, Improving Performance."
Millie Alexander presented on “Clinical Evidence Queries: Tips, Tricks, Caveats.”
Faisal Amin organized this international trade seminar, which included a panel discussion on trade and development in Latin America.
Liz Alhand spoke on “Women in Leadership: Smashing the Glass Ceiling."
Ernest Dixon spoke in the panel “Fraud, Waste, and Abuse: Preventing and Defending Government Investigations and FCA Claims.”
David A. Kennedy discussed "Intellectual Property – Valuation Issues."
Aaron Vandervelde spoke about the "Intersection of 340B and Oncology: Implications for the Future of Cancer Care."
Peggy Daley took part in the panel "Helplines, Investigations, and Responding to Misconduct."
Dante Quaglione spoke about investment opportunities in innovative energy and regulatory risks in East Africa.
Kevin Hamilton discussed “The Transformative Power of Data – Expanding Insight, Improving Performance and Sharing Global Perspectives."
Chester Hanvey was a panelist and also a coauthor on a paper that was presented.
Brian Hoyt discussed “Network (In)Adequacy: Litigation, Regulatory, and Operational Challenges with Provider Directories
Cheryl Barratt co-presented on “Right-Sizing Block Allocations in the Operating Room: A Collaborative Partnership Process."
Francisco Lombo spoke on "Integrating Forensics into the Internal Audit Function."
Bonnie Peters spoke on "APR-DRGs: Introduction" and "Clinical Validation: An Inpatient Perspective."
David Wildebrandt moderated an American College of Healthcare Executives panel.
Andrew Demetriou spoke on "Legal Ethics: Conflicting Laws/Conflicting Duties: Professional Responsibility Issues when Federal and State Laws Are Inconsistent."
Dawn Eash took part in the panel "The Data Analytics Show - Real Answers to Real CMO Issues."
Bryan Cote spoke in the session "Examine Costs, Utilization, and Population Trends in the Behavioral Health Sector."
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Robin Cantor and the WCEE honored Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Cheryl LaFleur as 2015 Woman of the Year and Christine Tezak as WCEE Champion.
Walter Mix took part in the session "Latest Developments in Trade-Based Money Laundering."
Edward Buthusiem took part in a workshop and panel discussion.
Jared Willis took part in this conference, which highlighted cross-border entrepreneurship and the use of business, technology, and media to drive initiatives.
Todd Antonelli presented on "Double the Value of Your Client’s Family Business and Your Own Income in Two Years!"
Paul Shields moderated the panel "Assessment and Quantification of Long-Term, Unliquidated Debt."
Kevin Hamilton took part in this second annual event, which focused on health-related areas.
George Greanias discussed third-party risk.
Andrew Agwunobi presented “Getting Physicians to Co-Lead Financial Improvement."
Robert Craig took part in the Litigation Management Roundtable session.
Sanjay Unni spoke in a panel on the Supreme Court’s Halliburton II Decision and securities fraud class actions.
Paul Shields spoke about "The Valuation of Distressed Businesses: Establishing a Framework and Avoiding Pitfalls."
Peter Lux discussed "Assessing FMV and Business Analytics after Open Payments Release."
Kevin Hamilton presented "Turning Data Into Dollars: The Transformative Power of Data – Expanding Insight, Improving Performance."
Aaron Vandervelde spoke about 340B program policies, operational answers, and audits.
Peter Grindley participated in a panel discussing the future of patents in communication technologies.
Walter Mix spoke about Dodd-Frank Act developments and related compliance and implementation challenges facing financial institutions.
Todd Antonelli presented on "Planning for Exit Strategies and Liquidity Events."
David Teece was the keynote speaker and presented on "Transforming to a Knowledge Economy."
Julie Nielsen spoke about Big Data in the healthcare industry.
Charles Choyce discussed "Proper and Effective Uses of Recovery Schedules on Construction Projects."
Mary Karen Wills spoke on "Expanding the Donor Base: Federal and International Funding."
Robin Cantor chaired "Complex Challenges in Health Policy" and presented on "What Drives Physician Testing for Pain Medication Compliance—Risk or Reward?"
Chip Hurley was event chair and moderated.
Dante Quaglione took part in the panel “The Advent of the Digital Era in the Global Insurance Ecosystem.”
Mary Karen Wills participated in an event that discussed how the United States can become a global leader in the advancement of women in board rooms.
Marvin Tenenbaum provided a CLE presentation to Stroock & Stroock.
Christopher Goncalves took part in a workshop and a session on LNG.
Brad Wolf took part in the technical session "Design and Operation of Zero Liquid Discharge Systems."
Rick Chamberlain spoke on the "Latest Trends in Shale Development."
Walter Mix took part in this program, which addressed strategic topics for managing banks in the United States.
BRG's Healthcare Performance Improvement practice was a Platinum sponsor.
Bryan Cote presented "Evaluate Specialized ACO Models that Engage Patients."
Kristen Geissler was a panelist for "Translating Clinical Analytics and Outcomes into ROI."
Frank Calvaruso took part in the workshop "Successfully Resolving International Disputes Under FIDIC."
Kristen Geissler was the featured speaker for this Maryland Association for Healthcare Quality conference.
Walter Mix moderated a panel on "Regulatory Expectations for an Effective Cyber Security Program."
Terry Yeager discussed topics including as-planned versus as-built schedule analysis.
Julie Nielsen spoke on "The Compliance Risks and Rewards of Big Data in Health Care."
David Teece spoke on "Business Strategy and Intellectual Property in National Competitiveness: From Imitation to Innovation in China."
Christopher Goncalves spoke on "What Are the Latest Long-Term and Short-Term Commercial Trends for LNG in Asia Pacific?"
Rick Moffat spoke on "Where Have All the Skilled Trades Gone? Where Will They Come from Today and Tomorrow?"
Jeff Church was a panelist in the session "Top 10 Changes That Should Be Made to Canadian Competition Law and Institutions."
Julie Nielsen presented at an AHLA webinar.
Aaron Vandervelde spoke on "340B Compliance Monitoring and Auditing."
Mary Karen Wills co-presented on the OMB’s pending “Super Circular”
Dan White spoke on "Moving Forward with Co-Generation Projects.”
BRG hosted its 2014 Case Competition at the College of William & Mary.
David Wildebrandt provided a special keynote.
Sanjay Unni spoke about high-frequency trading before the California State Bar's Financial Institutions Committee.
Steve Schultz took part in the 46th Annual ECC Conference.
Ozgur Kan presented "Basel III Overview and Implications on Liquidity Management and Trade Finance."
Kristen Geissler presented in the webinar "Documentation Strategies and Methodologies for National Pay-for-Performance."
Edward Buthusiem and Cheray Sieminski led the workshop "Transparency Reporting for Dental/Medical Manufacturers and Distributors."
Aaron Vandervelde co-presented this ABA webinar.
Mary Karen Wills spoke on "Indirect Cost Recovery."
Sanjay Unni spoke about high-frequency trading before the ACC Financial Services Committee.
Andrew Caldwell presented a case study on Northern Rock.
Christopher Goncalves spoke on "The Rise of Shale Gas, LNG Trade, and Implications for Prices and Price Review."
Mary Karen Wills spoke on "Pre- and Post-Merger and Acquisition Activities for Government Contractors."
David Teece took part in a research symposium at George Mason University.
Brad Wolf was a trainer for this two-day course.
Aaron Vandervelde spoke at the inaugural National Leadership Summit on 340B.
David Teece took part in the panel "When the Patents Hit the FRAND – Litigating Standards Essential Patents."
Christopher Goncalves spoke on "A Look into the Future: How will the Americas Integrate with the Global LNG Market?"
Andrew Caldwell took part in "IP in the Digital Economy: Structuring Implications of Emerging Business Models."
Gardner Walkup presented on "Idiosyncratic Risks for LNG Projects Supplied by Unconventional Resources."
Mary Karen Wills spoke on "Recent Developments and Trends in Cost Reimbursement Contracts."
Julie Nielsen discussed "Recent Trends in Healthcare Enforcement."
Jeff Church spoke on "To Regulate or Not to Regulate – Is That the Question?"
Edward Buthusiem presented "Develop and Implement Effective Corporate Compliance and Risk Management Programs to Ensure FMV in Investigator Decision Processes."
Rebecca Szelc provided a commencement address.
Chester Hanvey presented on "Evaluating 'Statistically Significant' Within-Title Variability."
Tri MacDonald spoke on “Creating a Proactive Litigation Plan to Combat Suits for Fraud, Waste and Abuse.”
BRG’s Construction group exhibited at this event.
William Kerr was a guest panelist for "How to Get the Most Out of Your Expert Witness."
David Teece provided the keynote address at the inaugural President's Forum on Data.
Charles Choyce spoke about “Delivering Capital Projects.”
Christopher Goncalves discussed the development and regulation of shale oil and gas.
Kristen Geissler spoke at the ACDIS Arizona Chapter Meeting.
Edward Buthusiem was a guest speaker at Stryker's first annual ICE Synergy Conference.
Christopher Goncalves was a panelist for "Global Gas: A Revolution in the Making."
Cristina Banks spoke about "Proving Exemptions in California: Meeting the Employer’s Burden and Avoiding Blunders."
BRG presented its Annual Case Race: Monopoly Madness at the University of Virginia.
- Will the Supreme Court Eliminate or Modify the Fraud-on-the-Market Doctrine in Securities Class Actions?
Sanjay Unni took part in an ACC panel discussing a recent securities case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Ben Nolan presented the workshop "I-Pads and Hard Hats: Electronic Project Management and Discovery."
Edward Buthusiem and Cheray Sieminski conducted a webinar on the upcoming Phase 1 reporting set out by CMS.
John Anderson spoke about "Estimating Building Life Cycle Costs."
Douglas Small spoke about internal audits at IIA Baltimore's Annual Fraud Day meeting.
Charles Choyce and Robert Lamb spoke on "Making 4D Scheduling Work for You as an Effective Project Management Tool."
Kristen Geissler spoke about "The Nexus of Quality and Finance in Healthcare."
Andrew Demetriou spoke on "Anatomy of a Valuation—A Step-by-Step Examination of Valuation Opinions."
Edward Buthusiem spoke on "FCPA and Due Diligence—Third Party Monitoring and High Risk Areas."
David Wildebrandt spoke on how to "Learn from Leadership’s Missing Manual."
Aaron Vandervelde and Alexander Oliphant presented on "Diversion Detection for 340B Purchased Oncology Products."
David Wildebrandt spoke on "Portfolio Optimization: Creating the 'To Don’t' List."
Walter Mix took part in a panel.
Edward Buthusiem moderated the "Managing Compliance Risks in Brazil" roundtable.
Julie Nielsen spoke at the Health Care Compliance Association's South Atlantic Regional Annual Conference.
Ben Nolan spoke on construction scheduling and change order analysis.
Edward Buthusiem spoke on how to "Mitigate Risk for Emerging Fraud Concerns in China."
Ben Nolan was a keynote speaker on "4D as Demonstrative Evidence."
David Wildebrandt provided the keynote address, "Leadership and Making the Most of Your Volunteer Experience to Enhance Your Career."
Ronald Vollmar served on a panel that explored the bodies of law under which fraudulent transfer claims can arise.
William Hamm spoke on the "2014 California and US Economic Outlook.”
Christopher Goncalves attended the Johns Hopkins SAIS's Annual Energy Outlook 2014.
Ben Nolan spoke at the AACEi's North Florida Section December meeting.
William Kerr spoke on the evolving jurisprudence of the causal nexus.
John Hekman presented on sub-prime mortgage default and litigation.
Andrew Demetriou moderated "Ethical Issues in Qui Tam Litigation under the False Claims Act."
Elizabeth Kroger Davis spoke on "Liability Hot Buttons for 2014."
Ryan Byrd spoke on terminations and claims.
Gregory Smith discussed potential strategies for cross-licensing and other agreements.
John Blair spoke at Fordham University's IP Summit.
Christopher Goncalves spoke on "How Are Consumers’ Business Models Changing?"
Ramin Sedehi presented on leadership lessons learned from the fiscal crisis and strategies for recovery.
Andrew Agwunobi spoke on "Transformational Performance Improvement at Hospitals."
BRG co-sponsored this event.
Charles Choyce spoke on the panel "Application of the 4D Scheduling in Different Project Delivery Methods."
Mary Karen Wills was nominated in the "Experienced Category" of the 2013 Women to Watch.
Walter Mix was a panelist for "Operating in a More Enforcement-Oriented Environment."
Millie Alexander presented this Clinical Economics webinar.
Dykema and BRG presented "Trial by Media: What O.J. Simpson, Casey Anthony, Heidi Fleiss and Enron Can Teach Us."
Terry Yeager participated in the session "Expert Witnesses and the Role of Consultants in the Surety Claims Process."
BRG co-hosted an IBAC program featuring Jan Lynn Owen, commissioner of the new Department of Business Oversight for the State of California.
Robin Cantor moderated this Women’s Council on Energy and the Environment session.
William Kerr was a panelist for "How to Determine What's 'Reasonable' in RAND Royalty Rates."
BRG presented an interactive panel discussion with Judge Stanley Sporkin (Ret.), former SEC Inspector General David Kotz, and Charles Lundelius.
David Lewin presented at the CELC Quarterly Meeting.
Brad Wolf spoke on "Raw Materials for Steelmaking."
BRG hosted its 2013 Case Competition at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Ben Nolan spoke on construction fraud at the Northwest Florida Chapter meeting for the ACFE and IIA.
Edward Buthusiem and Cheray Sieminski led workshops and participated in panels at the 7th Annual Forum on Sunshine and Aggregate Spend.
Aaron Vandervelde participated in two panels at the 340B Coalition Annual Conference.
Christopher Goncalves spoke on "U.S. LNG Exports – Impacts on Alaska and Beyond."
David Teece provided the keynote speech on "Dynamic Capabilities and Entrepreneurship in the Multinational Firm" and was presented with the AIB Eminent Scholar Award.
Andrew Demetriou spoke at the session, "Legal Ethics: Borders and Boundaries–Challenges for the Modern Health Lawyer."
Anthony Melling presented two sessions.
Brad Wolf presented "Project Development and Strategies for Success."
David Teece presented on strategic management to governors from across Russia.
Ben Nolan served as an expert in this three-day intensive trial skills training program.
Chris Goncalves presented "Get the Latest Information on Global Trends in LNG Purchase/Sale Transactions to Help You Develop a Fool-Proof Business Strategy."
David Teece was the keynote speaker at the Sumantra Ghoshal Conference on Managerially Relevant Research at London Business School.
Andrew Agwunobi was a panelist.
David Teece received the Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM).
Christopher Goncalves presented the session "North American LNG Exports: Global Market Disruption and Opportunity Cost of Supply to LAC."
Andrew Agwunobi and Keith Marton were panelists at this webinar, which discussed how clinical redesign can help transform organizations and their bottom lines.
Mark Abernathy spoke on "Navigating the Minefields of Balancing Billing, UCR and Non-Par Litigation."
Jeanette Cross spoke at the Home Care Association's 2013 Annual Conference.
Sanjay Unni spoke about valuations.
John Anderson took part in the San Francisco Marine Claims Association's April Luncheon.
Christopher Goncalves spoke at the 17th International Conference and Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas.
Brad Wolf moderated a panel about managing risk and reducing uncertainty in project development.
Frank Stevens spoke in the "Where Is Your Next Case Coming From?" session.
Charles Choyce presented to the Associated Builders and Contractors, Metro Washington Chapter.
BRG was an event sponsor.
David Teece spoke at Claremont McKenna College's Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum.
Edward Buthusiem and Cheray Lynch Sieminski presented on Sunshine Act Implementing Regulations.
Aaron Vandervelde was a featured speaker.
Charles Choyce spoke on historical and legacy use of P3 Project Planner Software.
David Teece spoke on "Reasoning about Reasonable Royalties: Evaluating Patent Licensing in Platform-Based Industries."
Charles Choyce spoke on scheduling and productivity.
William Kerr presented to the Giles S. Rich American Inn of Court Program.
Andrew Demetriou co-moderated the Health Law Program and presented "Old Wine in New Bottles–Return of the IDS?"
Brad Wolf was an instructor at this two-day training course.
Andrew Demetriou moderated a panel on "Health Plan Vertical Integration and Diversification."
David Teece was a panel member in the roundtable "The Future of Law, Economics, and Organization."
Charles Lundelius was a panelist.
Christopher Goncalves spoke at the conference, which was cosponsored by BRG.
William Kerr was a featured speaker.
Mary Karen Wills spoke on "Avoiding the Most Critical CAS Errors Triggering Non-Compliance Reports."
Brad Wolf spoke about design-build and operation of wastewater treatment plants.
Brad Wolf discussed challenges in flue gas desulfurization wastewater treatment.
Ryan Byrd spoke at the continuing professional education seminar "Current Issues in Government Contracting."
Berkeley Research Group and the Tulane University Energy Institute presented a panel that addressed changes in the energy industry.
David Teece spoke on "IP Strategy and Open Innovation: Boxing the Compass."
Walter Mix appeared as a panelist and discussed "Handling a Regulatory Compliance Investigation."
Carl Danner spoke on the panel "Hired Guns - Expert Use of Experts at the CPUC."
David Teece received the Rajk László College for Advanced Studies' Herbert Simon Award.
Laura Dorman moderated the panel “Anatomy of a Failure: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.”
Walter Mix moderated a panel discussion that examined the regulations and statutes that impact enterprise risk and what maturing models look like as organizations move towards better governance.
Kristen Geissler discussed DRG and payment changes, finalized policies, and readmission reduction, value-based purchasing, and other quality initiatives.
Ryan Byrd provided practical insights into when to self-report, handling an investigation, and managing subs.
- The Rise, Fall, and Emergence from Bankruptcy of a Public Company and a Subprime Lender During the Financial Crisis
David Abshier discussed how the fallout of the financial crisis led to the collapse of a subprime lender.
Aaron Vandervelde was a panelist.
Andrew Demetriou moderated an expert panel that provided an assessment of the implications of the Supreme Court's ruling.
Kristen Geissler spoke on "CMS Value-Based Purchasing: Methodology and Documentation Opportunities."
Todd Neilson spoke on receivership at this conference for senior-level bankers in special assets.
Walter Mix moderated a panel discussion.
John Blair discussed recent developments in intellectual property asset investment and enforcement.
Ben Nolan spoke on "Presenting the Schedule Analysis to the Finder of Fact from the Arbitrator's Point of View."
Terry Yeager was a panelist on "Alternative Dispute Resolution Strategies: Practical Approaches to Mediating and Arbitrating Construction Cases."
Susan Kennedy spoke on the panel "PPACA in 2012: Are We There Yet?"
Aaron Vandervelde spoke on "Estimating the Impact of Recent Legislation on Future Growth in the 340B Program."
William Kerr's paper "Recent Changes in Statute and Case Law: Effects on the Value of Intellectual Property Assets" was presented.
Tri MacDonald spoke at this conference.
Walter Mix was a speaker.
BRG sponsored this conference, designed to analyze current legal and operational challenges facing in-house and outside counsel who represent payers, plans, and providers.
Walter Mix was on the panel "Dodd-Frank: Its Aftermath and Lots of Moving Parts."
David Teece participated in a panel discussion.
Henry Miller participated in the panel "Quality: Accountability, Physician Engagement and the Triple Aim."
Walter Mix discussed economic, operational, and market risks.
Leonard Waverman was on the panel "Measuring Innovation and Productivity in the Internet Economy: A Discussion of the Metrics Checklist."
- Lessons Since the Reagan Revolution at the FTC: A 30-Year Perspective on Competition and Consumer Policies
David Scheffman was a panelist.
David Abshier addressed "Troubled Debt Restructuring and Other Key Regulatory Issues."
Tri MacDonald spoke on "A Collision at the Intersection of the Anti‑Kickback."
Aaron Vandervelde spoke on "Key Lessons Learned in Estimating and Accruing for the Pharmaceutical Industry Fees."
Walter Mix discussed living wills for financial institutions.
Peter Grindley spoke on "Assessing the Value of a FRAND Licence."
Aaron Vandervelde spoke on the "Impact of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 on the Oncology Marketplace."
David Teece was on a panel of leading scholars of dynamic capabilities who addressed challenges for academic research and practice.