CLE Catalog
CLE Catalog
Kelley Drye’s CLE Catalog provides a menu of continuing legal education content that can be tailored for presentation to your legal department and business professionals.

Use the filters below to browse topics by practice or industry, and please contact us if you would like to discuss a customized CLE presentation for your team.  Seminars can be presented on-site at your office, when safe to do so, or via webinar.

Kelley Drye is an accredited provider of NY, CA, IL and TX CLE and, when possible these programs will offer continuing legal education credits in those states. We will apply for CLE credit in other jurisdictions, upon request, but cannot guarantee approval. 

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Marketing and Promotions, Advertising Counseling and Compliance
KEYWORDS: Advertising Law
When making a free offer, extra care must be taken to ensure that the offer clearly discloses all conditions for obtaining the free product or service. In this session, we discuss emerging red flags in advertising free trial periods, bundled services, disclosures, and initial price discounts, and practical pointers to avoid generating consumer complaints that can lead to regulatory scrutiny.
Marketing and Promotions, Advertising Counseling and Compliance
KEYWORDS: Advertising Law
Consumer or celebrity endorse­ments and testimonials can be powerful advertising devices. The FTC defines an endorsement as “any advertising message (including verbal statements, demonstrations, or depictions of the name, signature, likeness or other identifying personal characteristics of an individual, or the name or seal of an organization) that consumers are likely to believe reflects the opinions, beliefs, findings, or experiences of a party other than the sponsoring advertiser...
Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Manufacturing
KEYWORDS: Advertising Law
U.S. origin claims can be conveyed not only by statements regarding the do­mestic origin of products and product components, but through the use of U.S. symbols, geographic references, or other symbols or statements that suggest a connection between the product and domestic origin (e.g., U.S. flags, outlines of U.S. maps, patriotic symbols, etc.). Like any other objective advertising claim, such claims must be truthful and substantiated. This session helps companies ensure that they are.
Advertising Counseling and Compliance
KEYWORDS: Advertising Law
This session helps companies build strategies for green marketing cam­paigns that advance directly toward marketing goals without becoming entangled in the complex and ev­er-evolving regulatory framework. We cover the legal framework for making truthful and non-misleading claims relating to green seals and logos, recyclable and recycled products, sustainability initiatives, organic textiles and food products, natural, carbon neutral, renewable, or chemical-free products, third-party c...
Marketing and Promotions, Advertising Counseling and Compliance, Advertising Technology
KEYWORDS: Advertising Law
This session discusses the legal risks companies should consider when taking advantage of the growing opportunities in the social media arena.  Our advertising attorney will review the legal landscape of publicizing customer endorsements, running promotions, managing user-generated content, and addressing intellectual property and right of publicity concerns.
Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate
KEYWORDS: COVID-19
Due to the economic uncertainty created by COVID-19, buyers and sellers of companies are less likely to predict the future performance of a target business, and M&A transactions are more likely to include earnouts (and in more significant amounts) than before. Earnouts can be useful in allocating the future risks and rewards of a target business but have become more challenging to design and implement in the current economic environment. In this session, our M&A attorneys will ex...
Fashion and Retail, Corporate, Manufacturing, Generic Pharmaceutical Litigation and Counseling
KEYWORDS: COVID-19, Corporate
The current pandemic has brought to light the importance of global supply chain agreements. If a U.S. company has a supply agreement with an entity outside of the U.S. and COVID-19-related consequences have disrupted the supply chain, does a force majeure provision apply, and which law governs to make that determination? Like all contracts, supply chain agreements devote considerable planning to address and allocate the risks of disruption and nonperformance. This session will identify p...
Digital Media and Technology, Technology Transactions and Sourcing, Corporate, Technology
Cloud-based software applications continue to evolve, requiring corporate and technology counsel to continually renegotiate clients' standard software license agreements to fit the new SaaS model. In this session, our attorneys will discuss the latest trends in drafting and negotiating Software as a Service (SaaS) agreements. The lawyers will discuss critical issues to address in negotiations and contract provisions and offer strategies to avoid common contracting pitfalls.  
Mergers and Acquisitions, Public Offerings, PIPEs and Alternative Investments, Corporate
Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) continue to grow in popularity and in significance in the United States.  Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the US capital markets remain active for SPAC IPOs.  Many emerging companies are receiving indications of interest from SPACs that are seeking acquisition candidates.  This CLE focuses on understanding the considerations that should be taken into account in connection with going public through a SPAC merger, the SPAC merger ...
Mergers and Acquisitions, Litigation, Corporate
Post-closing claims for breaches of representations and warranties are common in the context of M&A transactions, and they can expose sellers to millions of dollars in unexpected liabilities. From a buyer's perspective, inadequate representations or obstacles to recovering for breaches of reps and warranties can chip away at the value of an acquisition--or eliminate it. In this session, we will examine the types of post-closing breach claims that arise most frequently in M&A ...
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