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The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is the world's largest organization serving the professional and business interests of attorneys who practice in the legal departments of corporations, associations, nonprofits and other private-sector organizations around the globe.

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  1. Program Materials

    Large multinational corporations face complex challenges when trying to protect their businesses from competition. Many organizations are starting to require that all senior employees around the globe have two-year noncompete agreements. Is this a solution your organization is considering? A global panel of in-house and employment and benefits attorneys will discuss this scenario in an interactive, 90-minute program. The panelists will explore and discuss some of the essential questions that global employers must be asking their counsel: Is it possible or desirable to have a global noncompete? Is there a preferred duration? Does an employee need to be paid? What is a garden leave and what are the best terms to include? Are there other restrictive covenants allowed? You will be encouraged to offer your own scenarios and questions for comment.

  2. Sample Forms, Policies, and Contracts

    This course will help you understand issues involving overtime, how "exempt" employees are classified, independent contractors, and FLSA record-keeping requirements, among other things.

  3. Program Materials

    Ratios provide one of the most basic mechanisms to assess company performance. But most users do not fully understand the key inputs to these measures (which are overwhelmingly accounting-based), their limitations, or their broader roles in assessing a company’s activities. In this session, we will provide a framework for analyzing any business, provide a schematic for understanding the broad classes of ratios, and show how these ratios can be used individually and collectively to assess corporate performance.

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