Please join Orrick partner Scott Morvillo and expert practitioners at PLI's Defending Immigration Removal Proceedings 2020. Scott will be speaking on the panel, "Cancellation of Removal and Representing the Criminal Defendant in Immigration Removal Proceedings."
Orrick is hosting a webinar on June 24, 2020.
In this webinar, Orrick Partners: Eric Stephens, Harry Clark, Jeanine McGuinness, Cory Lankford and Adam Wenner will share what they are seeing in the market and how they are advising sponsors, investors and equipment suppliers in relation to Executive ...
Orrick is co-hosting a LIBOR webinar with Accenture on June 24, 2020. This webinar will cover considerations for cash instruments and derivatives, litigation risks and the proposed legislative “solution” for legacy instruments as well as how to assess operational readiness, facilitate contract ...
June.24.2020 | Webinar - Connection details will be provided after registration
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency recently announced a final rule that it says will modernize the Community Reinvestment Act, culminating a three-year effort to revamp the law’s 25-year-old regulatory framework.
This session discussed regulatory requirements and guidance, model definition, risk management, principles, components, model validation – deeper dive, regulatory expectations, and regulatory expectations.
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