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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Communications, Communications Regulation, Communications Enforcement, Investigations and Audits, Government Relations and Public Policy, International Telecoms, Communications Business and Strategic Planning, Closing the Digital Divide and Enabling Connected Life
In this session, our communications attorneys review the state of the federal Universal Service Fund.  The session provides an in-depth look at all four USF programs and the USF contribution mechanism, highlighting major developments in the last year and trends for the upcoming year.  In addition, this year we will discuss how the ongoing pandemic has influenced the importance of the USF and related policy decisions. This webinar supplements the knowledge our clients gain from ...
Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate
In this session, our corporate and M&A attorneys will provide an in-depth analysis of the fundamentals of M&A due diligence, review the critical legal issues and risks associated with M&A transactions in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as well as recent developments and trends that will help organizations maximize potential opportunities and mitigate risks.  
Financial Institutions , Export Controls and Economic Sanctions, White Collar, Investigations and Compliance, Manufacturing, Technology
KEYWORDS: Compliance
In this session, our team provides targeted sanctions compliance guidance for specific industries.  Our sanctions attorneys will examine what practical internal compliance procedures must be in place to address the risks your industry faces; what protections should be included in contracts and transaction documents to cover current and/or future sanctions developments; identifying and harnessing internal data to monitor and audit programs; general and specific licensing options; how to d...
Environmental Regulation, Manufacturing
In this program, our environmental attorneys will give a bird’s-eye view of the environmental regulations and standards that allow manufacturers to be confident that their operations and facilities are fully compliant and that they will always be ready for reporting time or surprise inspections.  
Labor and Employment Litigation, Labor and Employment Counseling and Compliance, Labor and Employment
Managing employee requests related to disabilities (actual, perceived or alleged) is a trap for the unwary human resources department. Requests may involve leave for extended or unlimited periods of time, workplace changes and more. Employers must consider the interaction between numerous laws, including the Family Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as their state counterparts. In this session, our employment attorneys will review the Family Medi...
Government Contracts, Government Relations and Public Policy
In this session, our government contracts attorneys will review the key factors for compliance with the Buy American Act (BAA), the Trade Agreements Act (TAA), and other domestic procurement preferences and restrictions that apply to federal government contracts.  This session will include updates on current and proposed regulations and the statutory and regulatory frameworks of the United States' domestic preference regime governing federal procurements.    
Government Contracts, Cybersecurity Counseling and Compliance
This program will look at the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and assessment methodology used by the DoD to verify that contractors are operating with effective cyber hygiene. In order to bid on, maintain, and win future DoD contracts, all organizations must prove a required level of cyber maturity. In this webinar, we discuss the potential impacts on your business, while introducing an affordable, practical and secure solution for contractors preparing for CMMC certificatio...
Communications, Digital Media and Technology, Communications Regulation, Communications Enforcement, Investigations and Audits, Internet of Things, Communications Business and Strategic Planning, Closing the Digital Divide and Enabling Connected Life, Technology
Consumers are inundated with apps and services that offer a variety of communications capabilities, such as messaging, video conferencing, Unified communications as a service (UCaaS) and many things in-between.  In addition, IoT devices and services incorporate many communications capabilities and services, like real-time voice, location monitoring and emergency alerting.  Often, providers assume that because the services are not ordinary telephone services, they’re not regula...
Campaign Finance and Political Law, Government Contracts, Government Relations and Public Policy
In this session, our political law attorneys will review the rules that govern engaging in campaign giving and fundraising as a corporation or corporate executive.  We will cover the most important “do’s and don’ts;” campaign contribution and fundraising activity at the individual and corporate level; establishing and operating a corporate political action committee (PAC); independent activity under Citizens United; and regulations concerning "get out the vot...
Campaign Finance and Political Law, Government Relations and Public Policy
In this session, our political law attorneys will cover the requirements of the Foreign Agents Registration Act, which provides for the disclosure to the U.S. government and the public of certain advocacy and advisory activities undertaken on behalf of a foreign principal.  A foreign principal can include a wide range of entities, including not only a foreign government or government-owned entity, but also a private business, including an offshore corporate parent or other affiliate. &nb...
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