Events

2024 NYN Media Nonprofit BoardCon

02.28.2024

On February 28, 2024, Tannenbaum Helpern partners, Wayne Davis and Yolanda Kanes, will be presenting during NYN Media's 2024 Nonprofit BoardCon.

Yolanda Kanes will be speaking on the panel, Responsibilities and Expectations for Serving on a Nonprofit Boards, at 9:20am.
Program Description: One of the major challenges that so many boards struggle with is understanding board member roles and responsibilities and how to fulfill them. Being a board member is more than a résumé builder as they need to be committed to following through on promises and assisting the organization to the best of their abilities. They also need to fully support the work, represent the organization’s mission, and be dedicated spokespersons for the cause. The board should do all they can to reach organizational goals, but members still have a responsibility to follow the organization’s rules.

Wayne Davis will be speaking on the panel, Enhancing the Executive Director/Board Partnership While Delivering Mission, at 4:05pm.
Program Description: The dynamics of the board-executive partnership has a strong effect on the health and sustainability of an organization. Board members and executives have different roles, and the balance of power helps them to get the work of the organization done. The relationship between the board and the executives requires recognizing and appreciating each other’s position within the organization. When both teams are working together like this it maximizes the impact of the nonprofit.

Register here for the 2024 NYN Media Nonprofit BoardCon.

Add to Calendar

Streamlining Architectural Services Agreements

02.29.2024

On February 29, 2024 from 12-1pm, Tannenbaum Helpern's Construction & Design group members, Melissa Billig and Stuart Rosen, along with Allison Robin from Envoie Projects, will be presenting a webinar on the differing perspectives of project owners and design professionals during negotiations and will offer practical solutions for expedient execution.

Program Description: Owners, owner’s representatives, developers. design professionals and others in the A/E/C industry are invited to join us for a Leap Day discussion on the top 5 issues facing owners and architects while negotiating architectural services agreements, which apply broadly to design professionals. Topics of discussion will include the importance of a well-defined scope of services, ownership or licenses in the instruments of service, and risk management, including insurance, indemnification and limitations of liability.

This event has been approved for 1.0 New York State CLE credits in the category of Areas of Professional Practice. The credits are both transitional and non-transitional; this program is suitable for both experienced and newly admitted attorneys. There is no fee to attend this program.

Register here for this webinar on Streamlining Architectural Services Agreements.

Add to Calendar

Tannenbaum Helpern's 2024 Business Succession Planning Webinar Series: Staffing Industry

03.06.2024

On March 6, 2024, Tannenbaum Helpern partners, Jordan S. Linn, James Rieger, and Jason M. Rimland, will be speaking on Business Succession Planning in the Staffing Industry during a webinar with the New York Staffing Association at 11am.

Program Description: Staffing industry deals were strong in 2022, with many business transitions and exits included. Our panel of professionals will discuss value creation and some of the high points from which attendees can learn and incorporation into their own planning. We will highlight business succession, tax and estate planning issues for business owners, including:

  • Challenges, Pitfalls and Common Mistakes in Succession Planning for a Family Business
  • Buy/Sell Options and How to Fund Them
  • Business Exit Planning
  • How to Ensure Operational Aspects of the Business Carry Forward Seamlessly
  • Maintaining Trusting Relationships with Your Team and Your Customers
  • Strategies for Mitigating Tax Challenges
  • Estate Planning and Estate Tax Liquidity
  • Lifetime Tax Exemptions
  • Roundup: Brief Case Studies Providing Insights into Successful and Unsuccessful Business Transitions

Register for this program from Tannenbaum's 2024 Business Succession Planning Webinar Series, Business Succession Planning: Staffing Industry.

Add to Calendar

The Pearls, Perils and Pitfalls of the Use of Generative AI in the Workplace

03.20.2024

On March 20, 2024 from 12-1pm, Tannenbaum Helpern's Employment Law group partners, Jason B. Klimpl and Randi B. May, will be presenting a webinar on the legal implications that Generative AI tools have in regard to the workplace.

Program Description: ChatGPT and other generative AI tools present exciting opportunities for workplace productivity, efficiency, collaboration, and innovation. However, they also create significant legal risk for employers. In this webinar, Tannenbaum Helpern partners Jason B. Klimpl and Randi B. May will provide guidance to help attendees understand the benefits and mitigate certain legal risk associated with their workforce’s use of generative AI tools in the workplace. Jason and Randi will address:

  • How workforces may currently (or soon) be using generative AI tools for business work purposes;
  • Legal and business risks associated with these emerging technologies, such as concerns with bias and discrimination, intellectual property, confidentiality, disclosure and accuracy/quality control; and
  • Risk mitigation through the implementation and design of proper policies, training, and other key safeguards.

This event has been approved for 1.0 New York State CLE credits in the category of Areas of Professional Practice. The credits are both transitional and non-transitional; this program is suitable for both experienced and newly admitted attorneys. There is no fee to attend this program.

Register here for this webinar on The Pearls, Perils and Pitfalls of the Use of Generative AI in the Workplace.

Add to Calendar

Women Builders Council AIM Women’s Leadership Forum

03.21.2024

On March 21, 2024, Tannenbaum Helpern partner, Melissa Billig, and Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer, Jennifer Papantonio, will be presenting at the Women Builders Council's AIM Women’s Leadership Forum. Melissa Billig will be co-moderating the panel "Building for Sustainability and Profitability" at 1pm and Jennifer Papantonio will be co-moderating the panel "Your Best Advocate: You!" at 2:15pm.

Register here for the WBC's AIM Women’s Leadership Forum.

Add to Calendar

Compliance Essentials in a Volatile Regulatory Environment: What You Need to Know

03.26.2024

On March 26, 2024, Tannenbaum Helpern partner, Jason B. Klimpl, will be presenting at Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) Executive Forum - North America on the session, "Compliance Essentials in a Volatile Regulatory Environment: What You Need to Know", from 3:15-4pm.

Program Description: The legal and regulatory framework in the US around employment related issues is in a considerable amount of flux. With each new presidential administration, we can see a complete reversal of prior policy. Add onto that all the changes at the state and local level and the situation becomes even more complex and volatile. In this session, our panel of legal experts will explore the most important changes in the legal landscape and provide proven strategies to navigate the turbulent waters ahead.

Register here for SIA Executive Forum - North America.

Add to Calendar
Print
This Page