BRG Speakers' Corner
Berkeley Research Group experts frequently speak at major conferences and government agency workshops, and also present on topics to in-house audiences at law firms and corporations, including presentations that provide MCLE credits.
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See below for our experts' upcoming and selected past speaking engagements.
Dan Galante moderated a panel on "Middle Market Overview: The View from Below a Billion Dollars."
Richard Fogarty will take part in the panel "A Practical Guide to Being FCPA Compliant," which will include discussion of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and private equity in Latin America.
David Teece received the CK Prahalad Distinguished Scholar-Practitioner Award and will take part in a panel on "Revisiting the Geographic Space of Value Creation and Appropriation from the Complementary Assets Framework."
Ignatius Grande will discuss topics including 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.
Ben Johnson will take part in a panel on "Serious Financial Loss under s1(2) of the Defamation Act 2013."
Kevin O'Brien will take part in a panel on "Best Practices for Lawyers and Experts in Health Care Fraud Investigations, Self-Reporting, and Lawsuits."
Peggy Daley will take part in a panel to discuss blockchain and how it is disrupting aspects of the economy.
Jeffery Stec will take 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 will discuss "The Reasonable and Legitimate Expectations of the Investors: Appropriate Judicial Context to Protect and Secure Investments."
Walter Mix will take part in a Fireside Chat discussion with Andrea Sharrin of the Policy Division Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), US Department of the Treasury; and moderate a panel on "Implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI) For Your Bank’s BSA/AML Program."
BRG's Healthcare Performance Improvement practice is a diamond sponsor.
Heather Bates will moderate a luncheon roundtable on "Women’s Leadership to Diversity Initiatives."
Jon Grove will present "Successfully Prosecuting a Construction Delay Claim, and David Zion will present "Defective Design Can Restrain Construction."
Abhijit Yadav will discuss 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.
Michael Whalen will take 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."
Walter Mix will moderate and take part in a panel on "Blockchain Technology and the Compliance Function: Risks and Opportunities."
Edward Buthusiem will discuss "Current Events in Pharmaceuticals in Major Continents."
Melissa Hulke will moderate "The Opioid Crisis: Creating Opportunity and Managing Risk" and speak on topics including the causes and nature of the opioid crisis; laws and regulations health plan counsel need to consider; and potential actions health plans can take from a data analytics and compliance perspective to proactively mitigate risk of opioid abuse.
Tigran Ter-Martirosyan will take part in a panel to discuss 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.
This conference is expressly designed for senior executives from healthcare organizations, financial institutions, private equity firms, and law firms, as well as policy experts. It offers a unique forum for healthcare leaders to converge to discuss the most pressing issues facing the industry.
Larry Tedesco took part in a session on "Legal and Strategic Implications of Litigation Funding in IP Litigation."
Kseniya Shvedova presented "The Role of Business Intelligence in Support of Litigation."
BRG's Hong Kong team cosponsored the quiz.
Sarah Keeling discussed enforcement available to lenders whose loans default, including tracing hidden assets, research and analysis, and cooperation and skill across jurisdictions and languages.