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This event has been approved for 1.25 hours of MCLE credit by the State Bar of Texas, NY and CA. Credit will be sought in other states as needed.

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CFPB Update: An Agency Begins to Find Its Regulatory Voice Have you viewed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new YouTube Channel? The CFPB is both speaking and reaching out more aggressively than “traditional” regulatory agencies. This makes it vital to hear what the Bureau is saying, and that makes it vital to know where and how the Bureau is speaking. Our panelists will address the growth and approach of the CFPB, and its work with other regulators, during this webcast.


Panelists for this event include Chip MacDonald & Albert Rota, in Jones Day’s Financial Institutions Litigation & Regulation Practice and Jeremy Cole in the Firm’s Business and Tort Litigation Practice. Greg Hanthorn, also in the Business and Tort Litigation Practice, will serve as moderator.

This discussion picks up where our February 2013 discussion left off. The panel will examine the continuing development of the regulatory environment for banks and non-banks, including servicing agents, non-bank lenders, and consumers, particularly in light of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s activities over the past quarter. These include the CFPB’s first criminal complaint, apparent responses to pushback from industry groups, the regulators’ attitude regarding incentive compensation, regulators’ recent payday lending and deposit advance product guidance, and other recent developments.


Our panelists bring to the table a wealth of practical experience and will address current best practices and potential areas of concern.
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Jun 11 2013
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  • Have you viewed the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new YouTube Channel? The CFPB is both speaking and reaching out more aggressively than “traditional” regulatory agencies. This makes it vital to hear what the Bureau is saying, and that makes it vital to know where and how the Bureau is speaking. Our panelists will address the growth and approach of the CFPB, and its work with other regulators, during this webcast.


    Panelists for this event include Chip MacDonald & Albert Rota, in Jones Day’s Financial Institutions Litigation & Regulation Practice and Jeremy Cole in the Firm’s Business and Tort Litigation Practice. Greg Hanthorn, also in the Business and Tort Litigation Practice, will serve as moderator.

    This discussion picks up where our February 2013 discussion left off. The panel will examine the continuing development of the regulatory environment for banks and non-banks, including servicing agents, non-bank lenders, and consumers, particularly in light of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s activities over the past quarter. These include the CFPB’s first criminal complaint, apparent responses to pushback from industry groups, the regulators’ attitude regarding incentive compensation, regulators’ recent payday lending and deposit advance product guidance, and other recent developments.


    Our panelists bring to the table a wealth of practical experience and will address current best practices and potential areas of concern.
  • The panelists for this event will include Chip MacDonald and Albert Rota, in Jones Day’s Financial Institutions Litigation & Regulation Practice, and Jeremy Cole, in the Firm’s Business and Tort Litigation (USA) Practice. Greg Hanthorn, also a member of the BATL Practice, will serve as moderator.

    The panel will examine the regulatory environment for banks and nonbanks, including servicing agents, nonbank lenders, and consumers, and will address recent developments from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Our panelists bring to the table a wealth of practical experience and will address current best practices and potential areas of concern.
  • Jones Day attorneys and Dan Regard, Managing Director of Intelligent Discovery Solutions, will discuss:

    -International privacy laws (Europe, Asia, and Latin America)
    -International blocking statutes (prohibiting disclosure of documents
    in US litigation)
    -Cross-border data production protocol
    -Methods and best practices for discovery, conducting global internal investigations, and responding to U.S. government requests
  • Georgia just enacted major tax reform legislation, including creating an Independent Tax Tribunal. Our panel members each played a central role in that process. On Thursday, May 24, 2012, the Jones Day State and Local Tax Practice and very special guest speaker Warren Calvert, Georgia Sr. Assistant Attorney General, will present a live, 60-minute webcast, beginning at 1:00 p.m. EDT, that will review the significant state tax issues in this area. After completing this course you will be able to:

    •Explain how tax cases will be handled in the newly created Georgia Tax Tribunal
    •Describe the impact on e-commerce of recently enacted legislation
    •Identify the types of taxes and issues that can be addressed by the Georgia Tax Tribunal
    •List the new exemptions created by Georgia’s recent efforts at tax reform

    There will be an opportunity to submit questions during the live webcast. There are no prerequisites nor advanced preparation required to attend, but a background in state tax would be useful. This group internet-based webinar will be presented at an Intermediate Level. For additional information, or to address any concerns, please contact Shari Hughes by telephone at (214) 969-5187 or by email at shughes@jonesday.com.

    There is no cost to attend this program and no penalty for cancellations. The live version of this webcast has been approved for 1 hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit in California, Illinois, New York and Texas. Assistance with individual applications in other jurisdictions available upon request. Jones Day is an approved NASBA sponsor for up to 1 hour of CPE credit for this event.
  • Texas is one of the most aggressive nexus jurisdictions in the United States. Jones Day has helped many out-of-state companies successfully avoid having nexus with Texas and challenge nexus assertions by the Texas Comptroller. On Thursday, April 19, 2012, the Jones Day State and Local Tax Practice will present a live, 60-minute webcast, beginning at 1:00 p.m. EDT, that will review the significant issues in this area. After completing this course you will be able to:

    • List the main ways in which the Comptroller targets companies for nexus
    • Apply audit strategies to defend nexus inquiries
    • Explain the somewhat unique Texas law on what constitutes nexus
    • Apply steps to improve the likelihood of winning nexus controversies with Texas

    There will be an opportunity to submit questions during the live webcast. There are no prerequisites nor advanced preparation required to attend, but a background in state tax would be useful. This group internet-based webinar will be presented at an Intermediate Level. For additional information, or to address any concerns, please contact Dorinda Graves by telephone at (214) 969-3762 or by email at dkgraves@jonesday.com.

    There is no cost to attend this program and no penalty for cancellations. The live version of this webcast has been approved for 1 hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit in California, Illinois, New York and Texas. Assistance with individual applications in other jurisdictions available upon request. Jones Day is an approved NASBA sponsor for up to 1 hour of CPE credit for this event.
  • State tax credits can have huge implications on the amount of tax ultimately payable. Transferable state tax credits in particular raise a number of tax planning implications. On Thursday, March 29, 2012, the Jones Day State and Local Tax Practice will present a live, 60-minute webcast, beginning at 1:00 p.m. EDT, that will review the significant state tax issues in this area. After completing this course you will be able to:

    - Identify the types of state tax credits that are transferable

    - Apply the mechanics of transferring tax credits to your operations

    - List limitations on transferability of credits and traps for the unwary

    - Explain the basic elements of tax credit purchase and sale agreements

    There will be an opportunity to submit questions during the live webcast. There are no prerequisites nor advanced preparation required to attend, but a background in state tax would be useful. This group internet-based webinar will be presented at an Intermediate Level. For additional information, or to address any concerns, please contact Dorinda Graves by telephone at (214) 969-3762 or by email at dkgraves@jonesday.com.

    There is no cost to attend this program and no penalty for cancellations. The live version of this webcast has been approved for 1 hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit in California, Illinois, New York and Texas. Assistance with individual applications in other jurisdictions available upon request. Jones Day is an approved NASBA sponsor for up to 1 hour of CPE credit for this event.
  • Whether a given item of income is apportionable business income or allocable nonbusiness income is one of the more complex, and important, issues in state taxation. On Thursday, February 23rd, 2012, the Jones Day State & Local Tax Practice will present a live, 60-minute webcast, beginning at 1:00 p.m. EDT, that will review the significant state tax issues in this area. After completing this course you will be able to:

    - Identify which states incorporate the UDITPA definitions of business and nonbusiness income

    - Explain the connection between the unitary business theory and business income

    - Apply case law defining the parameters of the transactional and functional test for business income

    - Identify which states may still recognize the extraordinary transaction exception to the functional test for business income

    - Identify which states allocate or otherwise exclude certain items of income, such as foreign source income and royalty income

    There will be an opportunity to submit questions during the live webcast. This webinar will be presented at an Intermediate Level. For additional information, please contact Dorinda Graves at (214) 969-3762 or dkgraves@jonesday.com.

    There is no cost to attend this program. The live version of this webcast has been approved for 1 hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit in CA, IL, NY and TX. Assistance with individual applications in other jurisdictions is available upon request. Jones Day is an approved NASBA sponsor for up to 1 hour of CPE credit for this event.

    Jones Day is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.
  • Jones Day represents companies in complex, multistate, unclaimed property audits and internal reviews. Charolette Noel is widely recognized as a leading national expert in this area. On Thursday, February 9, 2012, the Jones Day State & Local Tax Practice will present a live, 60-minute webcast, at 1:00 p.m. EST, that will review the significant state tax issues in this area. After completing this course you will be able to:

    - Identify the five key elements that define unclaimed property
    - Recognize five frequently under-reported types of unclaimed property
    - Determine the controlling state law jurisdiction and priority of competing state law claims
    - Apply the general rules of dormancy, tolling, diligence, indemnity, and burden of proof on audit to your operations
    - Apply techniques to limit the scope of unclaimed property audits and mitigate estimated or proposed assessments

    There will be an opportunity to submit questions during the live webcast. This group internet-based webinar will be presented at an Intermediate Level. For additional information, please contact Dorinda Graves at (214) 969-3762 or dkgraves@jonesday.com.

    There is no cost to attend this program. The live version of this webcast has been approved for 1 hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit in CA, IL, NY and TX. Assistance with individual applications in other jurisdictions is available upon request. Jones Day is an approved NASBA sponsor for up to 1 hour of CPE credit for this event.

    Jones Day is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.

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