Webinar Library



The Day Pitney Webinar Library comprises live and recorded webinars on key legal topics and trends.  Live webinars are interactive and offer an opportunity to ask questions specific to your business challenges while the recorded versions are available for viewing at your convenience. Additional webinar topics are frequently introduced so please subscribe to receive updates via e-mail on your areas of interest.

Recorded Webinars




GC Quarterly Webinar

GC Quarterly is a quarterly series of webinars designed to offer insight to general counsel, assistant general counsel, and other senior-level lawyers into current legal and risk-management trends. Each one-hour webinar includes high-level executive summaries of three important topics, providing the latest insight and practical advice in-house counsel need to help guide their business in today's competitive and ever-changing marketplace.

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Q1 2011
Date: March 2, 2011 | Length: 60 minutes

The topics to be covered in this inaugural webinar include:

  • Navigating the Social Network: How to avoid pitfalls for your business
  • Mergers & Acquisitions: Key trends and developments
  • Trapped!: The new responsibilities of in-house counsel in the golden age of whistleblowing
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Q2 2011
Date: June 10, 2011 | Length: 60 minutes

The topics covered in the second webinar include:

  • The I.C.E. Man Cometh: The new age of Immigration and Customs Enforcement inspections and sanctions, and what your company should be doing to prepare. 
  • "Say on Pay" -- What should we do now that the vote is in? What has been shareholders’ response to Say on Pay? What lessons can be learned from challenges to vote recommendations by the proxy advisory firms? 
  • What is "material" these days for public companies? How do I best protect our company in disclosure matters?

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Q3 2011
Date: November 2, 2011 | Length: 60 minutes

The topics covered in the third webinar include:

  • A Holistic Approach to Social Media: Practical tips on the use and misuse of social media, covering securities and regulatory compliance, intellectual property, and employment law concerns.