BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME: Calendar | RWU Law PRODID:-//Drupal iCal API//EN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.12441.field_date.0.0 SUMMARY:Open Door Speaker Series: Brand Protection as a Coordinated IP Strategy DTSTAMP:20170629T010503Z DTSTART:20170302T220000Z DTEND:20170302T230000Z URL;VALUE=URI:http://law.rwu.edu/event/open-door-speaker-series-brand-protection-coordinated-ip-strategy LOCATION:Bay View Room | Bristol Campus DESCRIPTION:* ***\n \n Presented by the OPEN DOOR Speaker Series and the RWU Law Intellectual \n Property Law Association\n \n Panelists:   Daniel J. Holmander\, Adler Pollock & \n Sheehan                    \n                    Craig M. Scott\, Hinckley Allen\n \n In the current legal IP landscape\, it is imperative for lawyers to consider \n and advise on a coordinated strategy of IP tools to protect a client’s \n brand or innovation assets.  Too often\, new lawyers only understand the \n piecemeal application of trademarks\, copyright\, and patents as legal \n protections\, but they do not understand the bigger practical picture of a \n client’s business goals\, the depth of available IP protection options\, or \n the strategic thinking involved in developing a client’s IP portfolio over \n the life of the client’s business.  With this understanding\, lawyers are \n better able to deliver more impactful\, complete\, and cost-effective business \n solutions for a client.  Come learn from this exceptional panel of \n experienced IP lawyers as they model this higher-level strategic thinking \n that connects the IP dots to the client’s needs\, from the early stages of a \n brand or innovation and through the critical IP touchpoints as the client \n grows and through a potential exit situation.   \n \n Panel followed by light refreshments in the Bay View Room.\n \n RSVP | lawevents@rwu.edu [1]\n \n  \n \n  \n \n  \n \n \n [1] mailto:lawevents@rwu.edu END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.12451.field_date.0.1 SUMMARY:New York City Info Session for Prospective Students DTSTAMP:20170629T010503Z DTSTART:20170309T223000Z DTEND:20170309T233000Z URL;VALUE=URI:http://law.rwu.edu/event/new-york-city-info-session-prospective-students-0 LOCATION:The Ainsworth Midtown\, 45 E 33rd Street\, New York\, NY 10016 DESCRIPTION:We invite you to our New York City Info Session.  Come learn about our \n Affordable Excellence Initiative [1] and Clinical Guarantee [2].  You will \n have the opportunity to meet with an admissions representative and mingle \n with Dean Michael J. Yelnosky [3] and RWU Law alumni at an Alumni Reception \n [4] following the Info Session.\n \n  \n \n To register for the Info Session\, please RSVP here [5].  If you have any \n questions\, please contact the Office of Admissions at (401) 254-4555 or \n admissions@rwu.edu.  We look forward to meeting you in NYC!\n \n \n [1] http://law.rwu.edu/node/8051\n [2] http://law.rwu.edu/node/8026\n [3] http://law.rwu.edu/node/396\n [4] http://law.rwu.edu/event/new-york-city-law-alumni-reception\n [5] http://law.rwu.edu/node/5496 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.12446.field_date.0.2 SUMMARY:New York City Law Alumni Reception DTSTAMP:20170629T010503Z DTSTART:20170309T233000Z DTEND:20170310T010000Z URL;VALUE=URI:http://law.rwu.edu/event/new-york-city-law-alumni-reception LOCATION:Ainsworth Midtown DESCRIPTION:Join Dean Michael J. Yelnosky\, alumni\, students & staff in NYC!\n \n Thursday\, March 9\n \n 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.\n \n The Ainsworth Midtown\n 45 E 33rd Street\n New York\, NY 10016\n  \n *ONLINE REGISTRATION [1]*\n \n $10/ per person\n Appetizers & one drink ticket included.\n \n We hope to see you there!\n \n \n [1] http://lawalumni.rwu.edu/nyc17 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.12416.field_date.0.3 SUMMARY:Accepted Students Day DTSTAMP:20170629T010503Z DTSTART:20170325T140000Z DTEND:20170325T193000Z URL;VALUE=URI:http://law.rwu.edu/asdmarch2017 LOCATION:RWU Law Main Campus\, 10 Metacom Avenue\, Bristol\, RI 02809 DESCRIPTION:Accepted Students Day is a wonderful opportunity for those admitted to RWU \n Law for Fall 2017 to meet each other\, tour the school\, chat with faculty \n members\, and get better acquainted with the law school community. \n \n Attendance is by invitation only.  Although the day's events are primarily \n geared towards our admitted students\, a guest is also welcome to attend.  \n Please RSVP here [1] or contact the Office of Admissions at \n admissions@rwu.edu [2] or (401) 254-4555.\n \n For your convenience\, we have reserved a block of rooms in historic downtown \n Bristol on Friday and Saturday night at the Bristol Harbor Inn [3]. When \n booking your room\, please indicate that you are attending the RWU Law \n Accepted Students Day. Rooms are available on a first come\, first-served \n basis.\n \n **Reading [4] for mock class\n \n **Tentative schedule [5] of events\n \n \n [1] http://law.rwu.edu/node/2439\n [2] mailto:admissions@rwu.edu\n [3] http://www.bristolharborinn.com/\n [4] http://law.rwu.edu/sites/law/files/rwu/Admission/pdf/2017HomicideProblem.pdf\n [5] http://law.rwu.edu/sites/law/files/rwu/Admission/pdf/Web%20Admit%20Copy%20March%202017%20ASD%20Agenda.pdf END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:calendar.12506.field_date.0.4 SUMMARY:Open Door Speaker Series: Is Your Client Doing Business Outside the U.S.? \n Here’s What You Must Know About the Anti-Bribery Rules Under the FCPA DTSTAMP:20170629T010503Z DTSTART:20170330T210000Z DTEND:20170330T220000Z URL;VALUE=URI:http://law.rwu.edu/event/open-door-speaker-series-your-client-doing-business-outside-us-here%E2%80%99s-what-you-must-know-about LOCATION:RWU Law | Bristol Campus | Bay View Room DESCRIPTION:Presented by the OPEN DOOR Speaker Series\n \n /We welcome/\n \n *Casey Charkowick* '16\, Staff Attorney\, Corporate Compliance\, Textron\, Inc. \n *Rocco Sica*\, Assistant General Counsel\, Textron\, Inc.\n *David Werbel*\, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel\, IGT\n \n Compliance with the FCPA is critical for all U.S. individuals and companies \n doing business outside the U.S.\, but compliance with its regulations is \n complex\, ever-evolving and costly. The FCPA’s anti-bribery provisions make \n it a crime for any U.S. individual\, business entity or employee of a U.S. \n business entity to offer or provide\, directly or through a third party\, \n anything of value to a foreign government official with corrupt intent to \n influence an award or continuation of business or to gain an unfair \n advantage.  For today’s global businesses\, bribes are pervasive\, and the \n chances of encountering corruption are high.  The fines imposed by the DOJ \n and SEC for violations can be in the hundreds of millions of dollars.   As \n a result\, the demand for lawyers as compliance specialists is surging to help \n companies build programs and navigate these laws.\n \n Come hear from FCPA Compliance lawyers at IGT\, the lottery and gaming \n powerhouse\, and Textron\, the aircraft and defense titan\, about what the FCPA \n means to their businesses and how they work to control the risks of these \n international activities.  Panel followed by light refreshments in the Bay \n View Room.\n \n RSVP | lawevents@rwu.edu [1]\n \n  \n \n  \n \n \n [1] mailto:lawevents@rwu.edu END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR