Upcoming Events


Admiralty Law Section: The Devil is Always in the Details - The Limitation Act and It's Nuances
Date: April 21, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Join us for an interactive roundtable among respected lawyers to discuss their experiences and share yours with one of the oldest and most effective admiralty tools. The speakers will be moderated by our CLE Chair, Charles Davant but the object is for attendees to have an open discussion, ask questions and discuss other issues affecting the maritime plaintiff’s bar.

Webinar: International Business Transactions
Date: April 21, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Presented by the International Law Section, this webinar will discuss fundamentals of international business law, applicable conventions, and good practice tips.

Qui Tam Section: [VIRTUAL] False Claims Act Today – Northern & Southern Districts of Mississippi
Date: April 22, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Hosted by the FBA’s Qui Tam Section, often in cooperation with local FBA chapters, “The False Claims Act Today” is a discussion series that examines the details of real-life FCA practice in specific jurisdictions. Sessions typically focus on a single federal district and feature an experienced local panel that includes an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the district; a federal judge

Webinar: Post-Government Employment Restrictions
Date: April 26, 2021
Location: Online
Description: This presentation will examine the general provisions of the statute and regulations, discuss the prohibitions they stipulate, and the applicable exceptions and waivers. The presentation will offer a special focus on the restrictions relating to foreign entities, and the relationship of these restrictions to the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938 (FARA).

TTSL Section: Commercial Space Transportation Regulation
Date: April 28, 2021
Description: The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) supported a record number of commercial space launches in 2020, and forecasts continued industry growth. Learn while you lunch from FAA programmatic and legal experts about the evolution of commercial space activities, recent regulatory developments, and FAA environmental review of commercial space operations.

2021 Art Law & Litigation Conference
Date: April 29 — 30, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Taking place this year online, the 2021 FBA Art Law and Litigation Conference will provide an unparalleled opportunity for expert insight and career development. This two-day CLE event navigates a variety of art-related legal topics.

Webinar: Examining Court Cases and Procedures at the International Criminal Tribunals
Date: April 30, 2021
Location: Online
Description: This quarterly topical webinar programs will engage experts working in and around the International Courts and Tribunals about jurisdictional boundaries surrounding the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), the International Criminal Court (ICC), and the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA).

Webinar: 30(b)(6) Corporate Representative Depositions
Date: May 5, 2021
Location: Online
Description: The “representative” deposition under Federal Rule 30(b)(6) has received some makeovers recently. It is an essential tool in discovery, and for many organizations, a challenging experience. Join our expert panel, including Judge Youlee You, for perspectives on success under Rule 30(b)(6).

Webinar: The Capitol Hill Chapter's Quarterly Supreme Court Update
Date: May 10, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Join us for this quarter’s Supreme Court update from Supreme Court practitioners Charlie Dameron, Caroline Flynn, and Blake Stafford. Charlie, Caroline, and Blake have experience clerking with the Court and federal courts of appeals, briefing cases argued before the Justices, and preparing frequent and repeat players for oral arguments, in addition to myriad fantastic experiences.

2021 Immigration Law Conference [Virtual]
Date: May 12 — 14, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Presented by the Immigration Law Section, the Annual Conference will be delivered online with three days of virtual programming.