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2 APRIL INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW: A CURRENT PERSPECTIVE Wednesday, April 11 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Law Library Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2.5 transitional/non-transitional in Practice Instructors: Matthew Brotmann, '99, Adjunct Professor of Law, Pace Law School and Director of International Programs Alexander Greenawalt, Professor of Law, Pace Law School This program will analyze current events and applying international criminal, hu-manitarian and human rights law to different situations. We will give a discussion of current cases before the International Tribunals (ICC, ICTY, ECCC, Lebanon) as well as application of international law principles to the War on Terror and enemy combatants held at Guantanamo. DEFENDING THE DWI CASE: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN DWI LAW Tuesday, April 17 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Law Library Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2.5 transitional/non-transitional Skills Instructors: Robert Mancuso Esq., Partner, Mancuso, Rubin & Fufidio The goal of this CLE is to bring the practitioner up-to-date on the many recent changes to the existing DWI law and to enable the practitioner to better represent his or her client in criminal court. SIGNIFICANT RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PATENT LAW REFORM Wednesday, April 25 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Law Library Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2.5 transitional/non-transitional Practice Instructors: Janet Linn, Esq., Member, Eckert Seamans Cherin and Mellott, LLC Edward Filardi, Esq., Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP Marian Underweiser, Esq., Counsel, IBM David Bomzer, Esq., Counsel, Day Pitney LLP John Dauer, Esq., Chief Patent Counsel, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc. Victoria Malia, Associate Director, Columbia Technology Ventures When the America Invents Act was enacted in September 2011, it represented the most comprehensive patent law reform since 1952. There has been extensive Activ-ity as the USPTO has promulgated rules consistent with AIA, attorneys have grap-pled with the changes, and Congress has enacted minor changes to correct mis-takes in the AIA. The purpose of this program is to explore the effect of the AIA on the IP profession thus far and to highlight ways in which IP practitioners can modify their practices and advise their clients going forward. IP Practitioners, IP Litigators and Corporate Attorneys in Private Practice and Corporations would most benefit from attending this program. CLE Programs 2012

3 MAY CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PRACTICE OF ANIMAL LAW Wednesday, May 2 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Pace Law School Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2.5 transitional/non-transitional Practice Moderator: David Cassuto, Professor of Law, Pace Law School Instructors: MarianneSullivan, Esq., Our Hen House Elinor Molbegott Esq., Law Office of Elinor Molbegott David Wolfson, Esq., Milbank Tweed This program will discuss hot topics in animal legislation; overview of the speech/first amendment issues including US vs. Stevens, Consumer Protection Law and AETA as well as current state of farmed animal law. DID WALMART KILL THE CLASS ACTION? A LOOK AT RULE 23 ISSUES FOLLOWING RECENT SUPREME COURT DECISIONS Wednesday, May 9 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Law Library Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2 transitional/non-transitional in Skills; .5 Practice Instructors: Jeffrey Norton, '97, Partner, Newman Ferrara LLP Robert Harwood, Esq., Sr. Managing Partner, Harwood Feffer LLP How to overcome/or oppose - rule 23 certification under current authority. Plaintiffs and Defense counsel will discuss rule 23 following the recent Supreme Court deci-sions. MAKING SENSE OF NONSENSE: SOME UNUSUAL REAL ESTATE CASES Thursday, May 17 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Pace Law School Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2.5 Skills . 5 Practice Instructors: Randolph McLaughlin, Professor, Pace Law School-moderator Lucas Ferrara, Esq., Partner, Newman Ferrara LLP Glenn Spiegel, Esq., Newman Ferrara, LLP This class examines some of New York's most controversial real estate cases. The presenters - established litigators and practitioners in the real estate arena- will look at existing precedent and examine the procedural and substantive challenges posed by these decisions. Topics to be discussed (but not limited to): bedbugs, illegal evictions, unenforceable lease guarantees; unreasonable restraints on Alienation and you've got mail (an enforceable contract)! CLE Programs 2012