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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Fashion and Retail, Financial Institutions , Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Private Equity and Venture Capital, Finance and Lending, Corporate
In this session, our bankruptcy and restructuring attorneys will provide a general overview of the legal issues involved in bankruptcy. This program can be tailored to focus on the creditors’ perspective, debtor’s perspective or bank’s perspective, depending on your need.  
Export Controls and Economic Sanctions, Mergers and Acquisitions, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), International Trade, Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS)
One of the biggest concerns for companies in mergers and acquisitions is successor liability, but many companies overlook trade compliance when conducting due diligence.  Evaluation of potential international trade compliance issues should be standard practice in corporate transactions. Even inadvertent violations of U.S. export controls, economic sanctions and customs laws can lead to significant fines and penalties; negatively impact share value; and impair government, investor and cus...
Campaign Finance and Political Law, Government Relations and Public Policy
This session will focus on common scenarios faced by corporate officers and employees interacting intermittently, as part of their job duties, with legislators and government officials at the federal, state and municipal levels.  It will reveal how seemingly routine contacts on a wide variety of subjects can amount to regulated lobbying, triggering registration and reporting requirements, as well as other rules specifically applicable to lobbyists.  It will also cover basic rules re...
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Heather Tighe
Practice Development Manager
(202) 342-8426

Jeff Scurry
Practice Development Manager
(202) 342-8862

Cali Mazzarella
Professional Development Manager
(212) 808-7564

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