Shannon Bell will present for the Professional Liability Attorney Network (“PLAN”) Women’s Section on Venue and Jurisdiction Clauses on Wednesday, October 21st. Shannon will discuss boilerplate clauses in contracts, and how these often-overlooked terms can have a significant impact on litigation. The presentation will address choice of law, venue selection, and arbitration provisions, as well as COVID-19’s impact on force majeure clauses.
William (“Bill”) Kelly of Kelly Law Partners has again been named to the Faculty of the Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Institute, one of the country’s preeminent intellectual property conferences. The RMIPTI is sponsored by the Colorado Bar Association, Stanford Law School, the Copyright Society of the USA and the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law. This is Bill’s 14th consecutive year of service to the Institute.
This year, Bill will join Niki Schwab of Moye White to present, “Workplace Issues in a Post-Pandemic, BLM and #MeToo World.” Live streaming begins on July 17th. For more about RMIPI2020, visit: https://eventmobi.com/cobaripplus/
Managing Partner of Kelly Law Partners, William Kelly, and Managing Director of Litigation at FedEx, Christopher Yost were pleased to present a complimentary webinar for the International Association of Defense Counsel (“IADC”). The webinar explored what types of facts lend themselves to winning arguments based on ascertainability and ascertainability-plus factors. It examined how some discovery and expert strategies help shape a record for ascertainability issues, and visited some of the recent COVID-19 class actions which lend themselves to strong certification challenges based on the ascertainability standard.
What happens after everyone goes back to work? This is a question on everyone’s minds. William Kelly and Chanda Feldkamp address this topic in a webinar available on the Colorado Bar Association website. The webinar addresses issues relevant to employers, employees and their respective counsel. The workplace will not return to normal in the face of COVID-19, so what does our new normal look like?