Webinar and Podcast Library

May 2020

Upcoming and prior Wiley Webinars and Podcasts are available for readers. Please click the title to access list of on-demand recordings. 

Election Law

June 16, 2020 | Public Affairs Counsel (PAC) Webinar
Virtual Workshop: Online and Social Media Compliance for PAC and Grassroots during COVID-19
Remain compliant while engaging in political involvement, PAC communications and advocacy online. Our political law and digital experts will help you understand what to do – and not to do – online, including how to navigate regulations that govern online advocacy. 
Carol A. Laham, Speaker 

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May 1, 2020 | Political Law Podcast
The 2020 Election During a Pandemic
Wiley’s Lee Goodman and Don Palmer, a Commissioner on the Federal Election Assistance Commission (EAC), discuss how COVID-19 will impact the 2020 Election and ways that citizens can still safely vote.

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April 22, 2020 | Wiley Webinar
Entering Federally-Funded Government Contracts Because of COVID-19? Look Out for Byrd Amendment and Lobbying Restrictions Pitfalls.
Wiley’s D. Mark Renaud leads attendees through a discussion of the Byrd Amendment and potential lobbying pitfalls.

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April 15, 2020 | Wiley Webinar
COVID-19 Lobbying by CEOs and Executives and Registration/Reporting Under the Lobbying Disclosure Act (LDA)
Mark Renaud, a partner in Wiley’s Election Law & Government Ethics Practice, led attendees through a discussion of the LDA and its application in these unusual times.

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April 1, 2020 | Wiley Webinar
No COVID-19 Relief for Lobbying Disclosure, Filing Your April Lobbying Reports
This webinar helps identify registration and reporting triggers in the states, as well as best practices for keeping track of deadlines and dates. Wiley’s Carol A. Laham and Louisa Brooks also walk you through best practices for collecting and reporting information required by the Federal Lobbying Disclosure Act.

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Intellectual Property

June 10, 2020 | Wiley Webinar
Recent Developments and Ongoing Trends in Copyright Law

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Government Contracts

May 27, 2020 | Wiley Boot Camp Webinar (*Only open to Wiley clients.)
Wiley Boot Camp: Coronavirus Impact on Grantees
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has greatly impacted federal grant recipients performing for government agencies nationwide and around the world. It has also created new opportunities for grantees to assist in the battle against the coronavirus. Listen to Wiley’s Brian Walsh and Kendra P. Norwood discuss COVID-19 related memoranda issued by OMB and other agencies concerning federal financial assistance during and relating to the pandemic and how to avoid compliance missteps and preparing for subsequent audits and investigations for waste, fraud and abuse.

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International Trade

May 19, 2020 | Wiley Webinar
Sections 232 and 301 Investigations, and the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA)
In this webinar, attorneys from Wiley’s International Trade group will discuss certain provisions of the trade laws that have received increased attention during the current Administration, including Section 232, Section 301, and IEEPA, as well as the effects on tariffs due to coronavirus (COVID-19). The webinar will provide an overview of these provisions and how they may be used by domestic industries to remedy unfair trade practices and protect national security.  

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National Security

May 14, 2020 | Wiley Webinar
The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
Wiley partners Dan Pickard and Lori Scheetz discuss recent sanctions developments, including the restrictions imposed by the U.S. government on Iran, Venezuela, and Russia/Ukraine; U.S. cyber-related prohibitions and advisories; as well as OFAC’s guidance on permissible humanitarian assistance and corporate compliance expectations during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.   

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White Collar Defense & Government Investigations

June 4, 2020 | Wiley Webinar
Protecting Consumers: State AG Priorities and Enforcement Risks in the COVID-19 World

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April 27, 2020 | Political Law Podcast
The U.S. GAO: Its Role in Congressional Investigations and Oversight
Wiley Partner Peter S. Hyun and Signal Executive Vice President Charlie Moskowitz discuss the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) and its role in congressional investigations and oversight including, the GAO’s role in COVID-19 relief oversight, what the private sector should know about the GAO, and the GAO’s resources and expansive mission, including its role in resolving federal contracting disputes.

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April 7, 2020 | Wiley and Signal Group Webinar
COVID-19: Impact on Congressional Oversight & Investigations
Wiley Partner Peter S. Hyun and Signal Executive Vice President Charlie Moskowitz discuss the  new Congressional oversight landscape (including the creation of a new inspector general authority) as the government continues to grapple with responding adequately to the pandemic. 

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March 25, 2020 | Wiley Webinar
The Pandemic Response and Insider Trading: How Trading Around Governmental Actions Will Be Evaluated by SEC, DOJ, and the Congressional Ethics Committees
The volatility in the securities markets resulting from the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and governmental responses, presents opportunities and risks for a variety of market participants. This webinar explores how allegations of insider trading by members of Congress and their staffs, executive branch employees, and members of the public will be evaluated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), and Congressional Ethics Committees with a focus on trading based on governmentally sourced information.

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March 25, 2020 | Signal Group and Wiley Webinar
Coronavirus Disinformation: Costs and Consequences for Brands and Companies
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is unsettling the economies, communities, and healthcare worldwide. Some disruptors are using this opportunity to market products and make claims that are inaccurate and could exacerbate the outbreak – and government agencies are beginning to issue warnings and penalties.

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