Register Now to Attend Breakfast CLE “Executive Order on Immigration: Top Legal Issues for Washington Businesses” on Wednesday, April 19th

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THE INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE SECTION of the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) cordially invites you to attend its spring event, “Executive Order on Immigration: Top Legal Issues for Washington Businesses” the morning of Wednesday, April 19th at the offices of K&L Gates LLP in downtown Seattle.

Space is limited! To register, please click here to visit the WSBA CLE registration site.

Highlights and Key Details for the Event:

– Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017
– Time:
・7:30 AM: Registration begins and breakfast is served.
・8:00 – 9:00 AM: CLE Session
– Price (CLE and breakfast): $30 for IPS section members (Join IPS here). $40 for non-IPS Members. $15 for law students.

60 minute CLE: Executive Order on Immigration: Top Legal Issues for Washington Businesses

The recent executive order on immigration could have far reaching consequences for business. Many Washington companies, as well as the lawyers who advise them, are trying to understand the impact of the executive order on their employees and operations. In addition, further policy changes are expected under the new administration and congress, creating further uncertainty for business.

This CLE will provide an overview of the key elements of the executive order and issues it raises for Washington businesses. The panelists will discuss common questions regarding the executive order, potential impacts of the order, and best practices going forward.

This CLE is structured as a Q&A session with a panel of highly experienced attorneys.  Our moderator will present a scenario or question and then have the panel experts walk through the implications and issues in different areas of law.

Format: Panel discussion with moderator and Q&A

Moderator: Francisco Olmedo, K&L Gates LLP, Seattle

Panelists:

– KoKo Ye Huang – Jackson Lewis P.C., Seattle
– Gregg Rodgers – Garvey Schubert Barer, Seattle
– Jenny Salomon, Microsoft Corporation, Seattle
– Dongsheng Zang – University of Washington School of Law, Seattle

This information is also available via the IPS listserv and on the “Upcoming Pages” of the Global Gavel and the IPS LinkedIn.