Simmons to Speak at The 30th Anniversary Institute for Corporate CounselDecember 7, 2011
O’Melveny Washington, DC partner Ian Simmons will speak at the University of Southern California (USC) Gould School of Law’s 30th Anniversary Institute for Corporate Counsel on December 7, 2011, in Los Angeles.
Simmons will be speaking on a panel entitled “Significant Legislative and Regulatory Developments.” The panel will discuss recent changes in intellectual property law (including the America Invents Act), the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, and the Department of Justice’s new horizontal merger regulation – and what these changes might mean for business and the economy at large.
O’Melveny alum Brian Brooks, now Vice Chairman at OneWest Bank, will also be speaking on this panel.
You can download the complete programming brochure for the 30th Anniversary Institute for Corporate Counsel by clicking here.
The Institute for Corporate Counsel (ICC) is a 501(c)(3) organization that operates in collaboration with USC Gould School of Law and the Los Angeles County Bar Association's Corporate Law Departments Section. The ICC is the premier Los Angeles conference for in-house and outside counsel and those who advise them. Allowing colleagues to network, compare notes and keep abreast of key legal developments, the day-long Institute focuses on the intersection of law, business and politics, bringing together approximately 200 professionals.
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