The American Bar Association's Section of Business Law has scheduled its 2006 Spring Meeting for Thursday-Saturday, April 6-8 at the Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina in Tampa, FL.
The session is designed to allow participants to network with leading professionals and earn a year's worth of CLE credits in just a few days.
Among the CLE topics to be covered at the conference are:
Consumer Financial Services Ombudsman: Will the Canadian System Provide a Model for the United States?;
Recent Developments in Banking Law;
Avoiding the Pitfalls of UCC Practice;
Memo to Transactional Lawyers - Take a Shot at Resolving Disputes;
Business Courts: Are They Working and Why;
Risk Management and the Compliance Function;
Director Liability and Its Effect on Corporate Governance Reform;
Annual Review of Hot Topics in Environment and Energy Law for Business Lawyers;
UCC v. International Law: Clash of the Titans.
For information of conference registration fees, see the Bulletin Board on The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel website at www.metrocorpcounsel.com.
For further information, visit www.ababusinesslaw.org.