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.
The Society of Construction Law North America (SCL NA) will host this event, which will include discussion on anti-corruption sentiment in Latin America and the appointments of new political leaders in Mexico and Brazil.
BRG, and SCL NA will co-host this panel, which will discuss currently available dispute resolution mechanisms; potential complications that could arise from adding another mechanism; and other questions relating to construction dispute resolution mechanisms.
Dubravka Tosic will discuss 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.
Robert Hichens will speak about "Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics Interconnect with Diversity and Inclusion." Elizabeth Arnold will take part in a panel on "Assessing Independent Contractor Globally."
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.
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