Past Events

Third Annual Symposium on Corporate Oppression Actions and Business Law
Oppression in the Age of Pandemic

On November 11 & 12, 2020, practitioners and scholars in this arena shared their strategies and speak on a variety of relevant topics in oppression and business law, national standards and pending legislative amendments in Michigan, practice management, discovery techniques, motion practice, alternative dispute resolution and perspectives from the bench. View the presentations from Wednesday (PDF 2MB) and Thursday (PDF 1MB) evenings. See PDF for links to video of the event.

The Treatment of Executory Contracts & Unexpired Leases in the COVID-19 Environment Webinar

On Friday, August 7, 2020, the Business Law Section's hosted a webinar on the treatment of executory contracts and unexpired leases in the COVID-19 environment, sponsored by the Section's Debtor/Creditor Rights committee. View the Webinar

The Pervasiveness of Privacy

On Thursday, December 8, 2016, the Small Business Forum conducted a program on the Pervasiveness of Privacy that explored the expanding landscape of privacy laws. The program was well attended (despite the first blast of winter). Those who attended engaged actively with the speakers on a number of topics, and also expressed interest in follow-up programs to explore specific issues in greater depth.

Thanks to our speakers, Michael Khoury, Robert Rothman, and Keith Cheresko, who have generously shared their PowerPoint presentation slides with us, including many that were not shown during the program.

The Brexit Effect

On Wednesday, November 16, 2016, the Business Law Section and the International Law Section co-sponsored The Brexit Effect: Potential Legal Impacts from Brexit on U.S. and Global Companies. Many thanks to speakers Sarah Jones and Philip Kessler. View PowerPoint Presentation