Greenebaum Louisville Corporate Update: Legal Tips for Business. March 11, 2010
The legal environment surrounding business is constantly evolving, even more so in today's market. How your business reacts to these rapid developments depends largely upon how well informed and prepared you and your business are. Please join us for our annual look at legal trends that can affect the way you do business.
Peggy B. Lyndrup
Ms. Lyndrup will serve as the moderator for the 2010 Greenebaum Corporate Update in Louisville. Ms. Lyndrup is the Chair of Greenebaum's Corporate and Commercial Group.
Antitrust Law and Corporate Liability
Robert L. Brown
Mr. Brown, a member of Greenebaum's Corporate and Commercial Group and Chair of the International Team , will speak on recent developments in the laws and rules relating to antitrust and corporate liability.
Intellectual Property Law
James C. Eaves, Jr.
Mr. Eaves, a member of Greenebaum's Intellectual Property Group, will speak on developments over the past year in the area of intellectual property, including copyright, trademark and patent law.
Philip C. Eschels
Mr. Eschels, a member of Greenebaum's Labor and Employment Group and Chair of the Covenants Not To Compete Team, will address recent Kentucky and Federal statutory amendments, the merits of utilizing covenants not to compete and will discuss the effects of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act on businesses that employ foreign workers.
Contract and Commercial Law and Business Torts
Jeffrey A. McKenzie
Mr. McKenzie, a member of Greenebaum's Corporate and Commercial Group and Chair of the Economic Development and Incentives Team, will speak on the issues of corporate liability and contract interpretation, including enforceability of arbitration provisions.