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Unique invitation only event which will only ...

Unique invitation only event which will only
feature senior legal executives from leading North
American companies.

Unsurpassed formal and informal networking
opportunities to share and exchange ideas and
concepts.

Benchmark your current strategies and initiatives
with other leading corporations in our signature
Brain Weave™ discussions and executive
roundtables.

Meet the leading Solution Providers relevant to
your business needs, in focused one-on-one
meetings

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    • Delegate Information Package 6th CORPORATE COUNSEL EXCHANGE TM Advancing from Corporate Defender to Strategic Business Leader November 7-9, 2010 Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa Albuquerque, New Mexico exchange @ iqpc.com
    • 6th CORPORATE COUNSEL EXCHANGE TM November 7-9, 2010 Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, Albuquerque, New Mexico Key Highlights of the 6th Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM Continuing our trend of delivering the leading program for senior corporate legal professionals looking to reinforce their role as a strategic business partner to their organizations, we are excited to present the 6th Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM. Join your fellow C- and VP-level corporate counsel in deriving, analyzing and debating strategies for addressing the increasingly complex challenges in law department management, compliance, litigation, outside counsel management, intellectual property, labor relations and compensatory policies, global ethics and securities regulations in a forum that emphasizes the continuous evolution of your role from corporate defender to strategic business leader. Expanding upon the proven success of our acclaimed case study presentations, engaging, topical Brain WeaveTM discussions and valuable one-on-one strategy meetings, the 6th Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM introduces new avenues for fostering strategic learning, collaborative game plan development and interactive networking. Debuting at the upcoming Exchange is our series of Executive Roundtables, which enable participants to engage in targeted, close-knit conversations on topics of special relevance to their practices; the roundtables will be moderated by some of North America’s most accomplished general counsel. Also debuting will be our All-Star Panel, an interactive scenario setting led by past Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM speakers who received exemplary feedback for their corporate legal insights. This is not a Legal 101 tradeshow—this is an unparalleled, interactive opportunity that links you with a distinguished group of senior thought leaders in tackling the issues most important to chief legal officers. Featured Speaker Faculty Includes: Why You Cannot Afford to Miss Kim Sinatra Jeff Cherry this Opportunity Senior Vice President, General Associate General Counsel, Global Counsel and Secretary Legal Compliance • Unique invitation only event which will only Wynn Resorts, Limited NetApp feature senior legal executives from leading North Jeff Christianson Christina Lai American companies Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Corporate • Unsurpassed formal and informal networking General Counsel and Securities F5 Networks, Inc Yahoo! Inc opportunities to share and exchange ideas and concepts John Held Kevin Groman Executive Vice President and Senior Vice President, General Counsel • Benchmark your current strategies and initiatives General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Omega Protein RSC Holdings, Inc with other leading corporations in our signature Brain Weave™ discussions and executive Eric Hilty Jill Witter roundtables Senior Vice President and Vice President, General Counsel, Ethics Assistant General Counsel and Compliance Officer • Meet the leading Solution Providers relevant to AIMCO Novation LLC your business needs, in focused one-on-one meetings The 6th Corporate Counsel Exchange will facilitate discussions on a wide array of issues affecting legal departments through sessions such as: • CLE credits for a wide range of learning and discussion sessions led by peer-level • Re-aligning Legal with Business—Developing a Profitable Collaboration at the Ground Floor of Your Corporation presenters sharing case-studies, best practices • Welcoming the Efficiency Benefits and Dismissing the Myths of Bringing the Legal Process In-House and unique updates that are most relevant to your • Removing the Perception of Burden From Adhering to Stricter SEC Guidelines, Impending Accounting Standards current priorities • Leveraging Improved Employment Law Management for Greater Workforce Autonomy • Maximize your time out of office by customizing • Perfecting Outside Counsel Management With a Focus on Quality Over Cost your own itinerary. Select the collaborative • Contract Management Excellence: Driving Corporate Success from the Dotted Line forums, Brain Weave™ discussions and business • Interactive Roundtable: Immunizing Against Hidden Solution Costs With Demonstrable Improvements in Legal meetings that match your initiatives and current Spend Management business needs, so that you are in charge of how • Interactive Roundtable: Pre-Empting Compliance Challenges on the Roadmap to Corporate Success you spend time at this Exchange 2 www.corporatecounselexchange.com | 1-866-296-4580 | exchange@iqpc.com
    • 6th November 7-9, 2010 Corporate Counsel Exchange TM April 19th -21st, 2009 New Mexico Hyatt Regency Tamaya, Albuquerque, The speakers at the Corporate Counsel Exchange™ have been selected based on their level of expertise and thought leadership on challenges facing in-house legal executives. Boasting a wealth of accumulated knowledge and experience, this group will help plant the seeds of discussion that make this Exchange the most worthwhile event you attend this year. Kim Sinatra Marlene Eisenberg Senior Vice President, Associate General Counsel General Counsel and Secretary Tokyo Electron US Holdings, Inc Wynn Resorts, Limited Jeff Christianson Cyndie Cox Senior Vice President and Director of New Products General Counsel DataCert F5 Networks, Inc John Held Dan Welch Executive Vice President and General Counsel and General Counsel Director of Human Resources Omega Protein BRB Contractors Eric Hilty Maureen Fries Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, Assistant General Counsel The Americas AIMCO Tupperware Brands Corporation Jeff Cherry Maryrose Maness Associate General Counsel, Vice President, Global Legal Compliance Chief Employment Counsel NetApp Warner Music Group Christina Lai Associate General Counsel, Frank Reddick Corporate and Securities Partner Yahoo! Inc Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld Kevin Groman Senior Vice President, Tim Scott General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Partner, Business Litigation RSC Holdings, Inc King & Spalding Jill Witter Vice President, General Counsel, Ethics and Compliance Officer Novation LLC 3 www.corporatecounselexchange.com | 1-866-296-4580 | exchange@iqpc.com
    • 6th November 7-9, 2010 Corporate Counsel Exchange TM April 19th -21st, 2009 New Mexico Hyatt Regency Tamaya, Albuquerque, Maximize Your Time Away from the Office Your time is a valuable resource, and we promise not to waste it. The Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM allows you to benchmark industry trends, source available resources and learn what is working for other business leaders all in one shot. To ensure you get the best value out of your time away from the office, the Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM allows you to create your own itinerary, containing only those aspects that help you achieve your business objectives. Corporate Counsel Exchange Delegates Collaborative Forums will Include: The highly crafted learning sessions reflect the strategic issues that senior legal • General Counsel • Deputy General Counsel executives have identified as priorities during our lengthy research process. You • Associate General Counsel will choose from a selection of case-study and collaborative forums covering a • Assistant General Counsel myriad of issues that will create the foundation of your agenda. • Vice Presidents of Legal One-on-One Advisory Meetings Strategy meetings with leading Solution Providers are an integral part of your Exchange Solution Providers agenda. When you register for the Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM, you are asked The Solution Providers at the Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM attend to identify the solutions and services you are currently considering. We then by invitation only and are selected strictly based on the invite leading experts who can supply problem-solving prescriptions for your requirements of attending delegates. The Law firms, consultants business, so you can evaluate available resources in a non-intrusive, non- and technology Solution Providers at this Exchange specialize in the following areas: threatening manner. Outside Counsel Legal Dept. Management, Prior to the Exchange, you will be able to assess the Solution Providers who will • General corporate Administration and Staffing be attending and select 7-9 with whom you would like to consult at the event. • Labor & employment • Matter management • Intellectual property applications • Product liability and mass • Workflow management tools Your selections are then incorporated into your customized agenda. These private 30 minute one-on-one meetings give you the opportunity to hear from torts • Budgeting and forecasting • Anti-trust utilities leading specialists, whose industry knowledge and experience enable them to • Regulatory and compliance • E-billing and invoicing make a valuable contribution to the requirements of your business. They offer • Securities and financial platforms objective, flexible and relevant strategies for success. • Real estate • Contract management • ADR and arbitration software This unique aspect of the Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM serves to simplify the • Restructuring • Process improvement process for sourcing new solutions, switch you on to answers that are working • Investigations • E-Mail security and • Environmental management for others, and offer you early previews of emerging technologies. • Technology • Records management • International • Cloud computing and network Executive Roundtables technologies • Time entry New to the program this year, we have introduced an executive roundtable Litigation and Trial • Legal process outsourcing Support series to enhance the level of collaborative, user-driven discussion afforded to • Early case assessment • Legal onshoring participants. These unscripted discussion sessions maximize your opportunity to • Case management solutions • Legal support staff pose questions and get feedback on topics that specifically pertain to your • Litigation support consulting • Contract attorneys • Recruiting software business. • Trial graphics and exhibits • Organizational consulting • eDiscovery • Expert witnesses and consulting Matter Specific Solutions • Compliance management • Trial and jury consulting • Policies and procedures • Forensics and evidence • Court reporting management “Excellent opportunity to discuss current issues of critical importance • SEC filing administration to in-house counsel with peers, firms and Solution Providers.” • Intellectual property case solutions 2nd Corporate Counsel Exchange Delegate • Transaction administration and budgeting 4 www.corporatecounselexchange.com | 1-866-296-4580 | exchange@iqpc.com
    • 6th November 7-9, 2010 Corporate Counsel Exchange TM April 19th -21st, 2009 New Mexico Hyatt Regency Tamaya, Albuquerque, Sunday, November 7, 2010 Re-aligning Legal with Business: Developing a Profitable Collaboration at the Ground Floor of 2:00-2:45PM Your Corporation General counsel consistently underscore the value of aligning their legal teams with the strategies of the greater business, but the excess of Jeff Christianson regulatory scrutiny and nuanced, company-specific development plans have spurred a demand for a more profound alignment. In many previous Senior Vice instances, the notion of connecting business and legal has merely referred to an opportunity for executives to “impress” other senior leadership, President and with chief executives and chief legal officers simply seeking seats at each other’s table. Although glamour and executive respect are important, as General Counsel you pursue the real benefits of a transparent forum between the business and legal components of your corporation, your focus must turn to the F5 Networks, Inc ground floor of the business in finding intersections between legal focuses and those of the day-to-day employees who actually run the business. Deliver this ground-level impact to bolster the corporation and, simultaneously, impress your fellow executives with measurable performance: • Re-align company guidelines, rules, practices and procedures with the needs of the modern workforce, accounting for greater use of technology and social media • Remove the “Big Brother” label by establishing the legal department as a peer-level resource that understands the employees’ needs and speaks the “company language” • Assess business expansion plans in the context of the varying business units, identifying the internal legal ramifications of new product development and new market entry • Pool corporate resources, inputting legal staff on non-legal matters and utilizing non-legal administrators in the legal department, removing corporate walls and boosting collaboration • Value the corporation’s culture and diversity initiatives when selecting outside counsel and staffing for the legal team Sunday, November 7, 2010 Contract Management Excellence: Driving Corporate Success from the Dotted Line 2:45-3:30PM Effective contract management guidance, including a driven attempt to uncover the hidden costs and a forward-thinking assessment of liability challenges, remains a pivotal component of the chief legal officer’s ability to successfully advise business leaders. Whether navigating a corporate Marlene real estate agreement, evaluating a technology purchase order or preparing a major M&A agreement, your expertise can be used not simply to Eisenberg Associate General assess the contract’s defensibility but to plug potential loopholes, craft beneficial long-term arrangements and determine the best courses of Counsel action for mitigating litigation and enforcement costs. Aware of the simultaneous increase of regulatory oversight and outside business Tokyo Electron agreements, parlay your understanding of the law into unlocking advantageous relationships that promise enforceable value with minimal fear of US Holdings, Inc litigation. • Re-tool existing vendor partnerships and business contracts to resolve outstanding weaknesses and clauses which run counter to forward business strategy • Improve transparency of vendor relationships across departments, identifying opportunities to consolidate contracts and better leverage pricing agreements • Monitor changes in the regulatory landscape for corporate partnerships and mergers and acquisitions, assuring contractual agreements do not “over-comply” and minimize desired benefits • Identify internal liability, privacy and employment consequences of agreements, assessing the full slate of internal costs in advising the business on new relationships Sunday, November 7, 2010 Streamlining Law Department Management with a Strategically-Implemented Legal 5:15-6:00PM Technology Platform In addition to greatly reducing cost of ownership and administration, connecting your legal department and supporting law firms via a singular Cyndie Cox technology platform significantly improves workflow management and readily promotes streamlined collaboration between in-house and outside Director of New counsel. And beyond these clear operational benefits of simplifying interfacing between the various members of your legal department lies a legal Products technology platform’s promise of additional strategic advantages for chief legal officers. Using technology to develop a comprehensive window DataCert into your department’s data and operations allows for more strategic decision-making when it comes to sourcing legal solution providers, selecting outside counsel and allocating internal resources. This session will cover best practices for strategically leveraging technology without over- complicating your attorneys’ daily workdays. Topics include: What is a technology platform? • Leveraging technology to drive change in the way you source and pay for legal services • Best practices for managing internal and external resources more strategically • Improving collaboration internally and with law firms 5 www.corporatecounselexchange.com | 1-866-296-4580 | exchange@iqpc.com
    • 6th November 7-9, 2010 Corporate Counsel Exchange TM April 19th -21st, 2009 New Mexico Hyatt Regency Tamaya, Albuquerque, Sunday, November 7, 2010 Arming Against Securities Litigation with Excellence in Reporting and Disclosure 6:00PM-7:00PM Your competency in managing courtroom battles aside, recent developments in securities liability have transformed proactive mitigation of financial disclosure challenges into your biggest weapon against potential litigation, and a best-in-class collaboration with your financial team has thus become a Tim Scott tool pivotal to your success as a chief legal officer. Plaintiff’s attorneys are actively looking for opportunities to exploit weaknesses in your corporate Partner, Business disclosures for fiscal gain, so it is imperative to carefully craft your communications with shareholders and remain apprised of any forthcoming conflicts Litigation and compliance challenges. Develop this partnership with the financial team to provide immunity from the wave of securities claims. King & Spalding • Align your financial reporting guidance with trends in shareholder claims and judicial rulings on securities matters • Coordinate with the financial team in developing a strategy that minimizes the hazards associated with the announcement of bad news • Recognize points of contention between the board and shareholders to assess the possibility and ramifications of class-action and derivative lawsuits • Provide risk management guidance to help your corporation understand and manage the consequences of shareholder communications Monday, November 8, 2010 Leveraging Improved Employment Law Management for Greater Workforce Autonomy 8:00-8:45AM Even if never enacted in full, the surplus of legislative reform in favor of employee welfare and big labor rights places an immense burden on your legal team to collaborate with human resources in guaranteeing ongoing compliance. But as you work to proactively assure this improved level of employee Dan Welch service, you do not simply open the door to additional costs—you also unlock immense potential for reassessing your employment practices and General Counsel returning a degree of autonomous control back to the employer. Retool your employment practices with a keen eye for improving corporate leverage and Director of over the workforce: Human Resources BRB Contractors • Preemptively open new employee benefits and compensation negotiations to avoid transition costs in the face of legislation and spur renewed dialogue with employees • Use proactive compliance with employee healthcare and benefits regulations as a leverage point, more accurately treating the provision of such as “compensation” when structuring pay scale for new hires • Build performance incentives into new benefits and wage agreements, assuring any additional employee costs translate into improved performance • More astutely incorporate social media, mobile devices and other forms of social communication into employee codes of conduct, garnering better control over information distribution and employee behavior Monday, November 8, 2010 Interactive Roundtable: Immunizing Against Hidden Solution Costs With Demonstrable 10:30-11:30AM Improvements in Legal Spend Management Designed to enhance the level of collaborative, strategic discussion afforded to participants in the Corporate Counsel Exchange, the IQPC Interactive Roundtables allow executives to break off into small groups and engage in intimate conversations about those corporate legal issues of personalized importance. Attendees will select two tables moderated by members of our expert faculty at which to participate over the course of this one hour session (a half hour at each table). Effective cost control remains a priority for general counsel, but an unwanted side effect of its prominence as a focus is its tendency to spur an excess of vendor marketing that replaces substantive discussion about the long-term risks and rewards of legal solutions with an emphasis on short-sighted fee reductions. As you continue your pursuit of a more streamlined, cost-effective legal department, join our moderated interactive roundtables to collaboratively explore spend management tools, determining which ones work and which ones are over-hyped inventions of marketing that open the floodgates to unexpected challenges and costs. Outside Counsel Spend: Distinguishing Between Alternative and Beneficial in Crafting Fee Arrangements Kim Sinatra Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary Wynn Resorts, Limited Forecasting: Revolutionizing Staff Planning and Budget Management to Achieve a More Predictable and Desirable Legal Spend Jim Golden General Counsel Covenant Transport Law Department Management: Minimizing Risk and Maximizing Efficiency by Expertly Balancing Workflow Between In-House and Outside Counsel John Held Executive Vice President and General Counsel Omega Protein Outward Success: Minimizing Cost, Maximizing Matter Autonomy Through Legal Process Outsourcing 6 www.corporatecounselexchange.com | 1-866-296-4580 | exchange@iqpc.com
    • 6th November 7-9, 2010 Corporate Counsel Exchange TM April 19th -21st, 2009 New Mexico Hyatt Regency Tamaya, Albuquerque, Monday, November 8, 2010 Perfecting Outside Counsel Management With a Focus on Quality Over Cost 3:45-4:30PM In addition to the cost-cutting reality facing many chief legal officers, the excess of hype surrounding frugal alternative fee arrangements has exacerbated the outside counsel selection process by creating a climate in which law firms are identified more notably by their cost of service than by Eric Hilty Senior Vice their fitness for your organization. Finding value is pivotal in the wake of tightened budgetary scrutiny, but as you forge long-term relationships with President and firms capable of supporting the objectives of your business, it is imperative to identify tools for diving beneath the myriad of discussion about dollars Assistant General and cents in identifying those outside counsel capable of aligning with your business, pre-empting relevant regulation, aiding in new market Counsel development and maximizing presence in localized jurisdictions. Maximize the inevitable use of outside counsel by applying a quality gradient to the AIMCO process: • Forecast the value of potential transactions and liability exposure to determine the worth of corporate legal matters and the necessity of contracting larger or pricier firms • Audit current and planned market entry to evaluate liability risk in specific jurisdictions and identify localized counsel capable of securing victory • Implement intra-matter benchmarks to assess law firm performance at critical junctures and preemptively identify efficiencies or quality deteriorations • Install incentive arrangements that make you a more attractive client without committing spend before performance is proven Monday, November 8, 2010 All-Star Panel: Prioritizing Your Solutions – Identifying and Conquering the Truest Challenges in 5:30-6:45PM Litigation, Compliance and Transactions In an environment for which the opportunity for garnering more significant business influence is unlimited but the pressure to trim legal spend is Jill Witter unrelenting, your success as a chief legal officer hinges on prioritizing those strategies that can best bolster the bottom line while maintaining the Vice President, corporation’s defensibility. Holistic readiness for challenges in litigation, compliance and transactional matters is ideal, but your greatest contribution General Counsel, Ethics and to the corporation’s success will come from placing your strongest shield before those issues likely to hit first. Our all-star executive panel, which Compliance Officer consists of the best-reviewed speakers from the previous five Corporate Counsel Exchanges, will share their experiences and apply their know-how Novation, LLC as they join you in a strategic discussion about receiving the maximum return from every dollar of legal spend. Questions to be investigated: • With litigation and outside counsel spend at the forefront of law department management, what liability issues are most likely to strike? What Maureen Fries Assistant General business units are most susceptible to a visit to the courtroom, and to what extent will that litigation pose a resource threat? Counsel, The • Internationally, a key focus of compliance efforts continues to involve meeting ethical restrictions, such as those commanded under the FCPA. To Americas what extent need this still be a priority for businesses? With employment, healthcare and trade regulations also at the forefront for domestic and Tupperware global compliance, how drastic should the corporate overhaul be? Brands • From simple vendor contract management to complex mergers, chief legal officers always need to guide their business to developing taut Corporation corporate arrangements, but which transactional matters are most likely to fall under government oversight and produce costly litigation? Tuesday, November 9, 2010 Tightening M&A Strategy with a Revised Approach to Corporate Valuation and Risk Assessment 8:30-9:15AM Transactional opportunities to seize new market entry and grow the value of your corporation’s offerings are aplenty in the wake of the economic Frank Reddick downturn, but the greater current emphasis on risk management and the legal side of expansionary strategy requires a re-engineered approach to Partner evaluating such opportunities. Measures to grow the business come with a plethora of non-overtly financial costs and benefits, and a full Akin Gump assessment of how value-adds like intellectual property acquisitions and preexisting foreign market contracts and detriments like potential anti-trust Strauss Hauer & investigations and greater regulatory oversight will impact the health of your business is essential to best guiding the corporation on expansionary Feld decisions. Look inside the books in determining when leading your company on the path to growth also means leading your company on the path to success. • Coordinate with business leaders to identify markets ripe for entry, determining the extent to which merger and partnership targets can assist in the expansionary plans • Evaluate the innovation and intellectual property portfolios of acquisition targets, identifying the value in their research arsenals as well as the potential costs of infringement litigation • Assess trends in domestic and international regulation to determine how changes in oversight will create compliance challenges and costs for business expansion targets • Identify patterns in antitrust and other corporate litigation to weigh the likely long-term costs of market growth 7 www.corporatecounselexchange.com | 1-866-296-4580 | exchange@iqpc.com
    • 6th November 7-9, 2010 Corporate Counsel Exchange TM April 19th -21st, 2009 New Mexico Hyatt Regency Tamaya, Albuquerque, Tuesday, November 9, 2010 Interactive Roundtable: Pre-Empting Compliance Challenges on the Roadmap to Corporate 9:15-10:15AM Success Designed to enhance the level of collaborative, strategic discussion afforded to participants in the Corporate Counsel Exchange, the IQPC Interactive Roundtables allow executives to break off into small groups and engage in intimate conversations about those corporate legal issues of personalized importance. Attendees will select two tables moderated by members of our expert faculty at which to participate over the course of this one hour session (a half hour at each table). Amid a wave of heightened SEC regulation, expanding employee-minded workplace legislation, tighter global ethics scrutiny and expansive environmental and sustainability oversight, your pathway to success involves identifying the regulatory trends and subsequently pre-empting them with wholly compliant operations and a readied legal team. Develop a roadmap for regulatory trends and a game plan for minimizing their impact in our moderated interactive roundtables. Securities: Proactively Mapping Regulatory Trends to Immunize Against the Tidal Wave of SEC Litigation and Investigations Christina Lai Associate General Counsel, Corporate and Securities Yahoo! Inc Employment: Avoiding Workplace Conflicts by Cautiously Balancing Between Corporate Defense and Employee Advocacy Maryrose Maness Vice President, Chief Employment Counsel Warner Music Group Global Ethics & Trade: Priming Your Corporation for International Success Via Proactive Compliance with Ethics, FCPA and Trade Regulations Jeff Cherry Associate General Counsel, Global Legal Compliance NetApp Environment & Sustainability: Deriving Optimal Value and Corporate Benefits from Proactive Compliance with Strengthening Carbon Emissions Regulations Kevin Groman Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary RSC Holdings, Inc Our past attendees say it best “I was pleasantly surprised by the overall seniority and quality “Productive, useful, very well organized. My fears of high pressure of the Solution Provider representatives, and the resulting hard sells from Solution Providers were unfounded. Low Key, very usefulness of the business meetings, which complemented a professional.” generally excellent agenda of presentations and topics.” 3rd Corporate Counsel Exchange Delegate 2nd Corporate Counsel Exchange Delegate "Great opportunity to be in the right frame of mind to hear several “Great networking event and forum for exchange of ideas presentations and to gain insights on how other in-house counsel about common problems and pressing issues among a group of are dealing with current issues, opportunities and problems." colleagues representing a wide range of companies and Assistant General Counsel, MEMC Electronics, 5th Corporate locations.” Counsel Exchange Delegate Vice President & General Counsel, Crescent Heights International, 2nd Corporate Counsel Exchange Delegate “The Corporate Counsel Exchange is something every company should be aware of, long overdue.” 3rd Corporate Counsel Exchange Delegate 8 www.corporatecounselexchange.com | 1-866-296-4580 | exchange@iqpc.com
    • 6th November 7-9, 2010 Corporate Counsel Exchange TM April 19th -21st, 2009 New Mexico Hyatt Regency Tamaya, Albuquerque, Finally, an Event Made for You! The content for this event is designed specifically for executive in- house counsel. If you have not recieved an invitation but would like to attend, call us at 1 (866) 296-4580 or email exchange@iqpc.com. What your registration includes: • 2 nights accommodation at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa • Customized itinerary designed to meet your current business objectives • Selection of collaborative forums, executive roundtables and Brain WeaveTM discussions Exchange Venue • Advisory meetings with the Solution Providers whose products Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa match your business needs T: 1-505-867-1234 F: 1-505-771-6180 • Entry into all meals, networking and entertainment functions Web: www.tamaya.hyatt.com Step into the sacred lands of Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa to experience a resort like none other. Situated between Santa Fe and Albuquerque at the base of the Sandia CLE Accreditation Mountains, each inch of our exotic New Mexico resort reflects the rich history of the Tamayame. Enjoy a fascinating The Corporate Counsel ExchangeTM will seek CLE accreditation in combination of old and new in the endless activities at this those states requested by registrants which have continuing education Santa Ana Pueblo hotel – relax in our soothing spa, play golf requirements. This is subject to the rules, regulations and restrictions on our nationally-ranked course, take a thrilling hot-air balloon dictated by each individual state organization. Application for ride, go for a horseback ride, or immerse yourself in the accreditation of this course or program in all CLE approved states is lifestyle of our gracious hosts. From memorable conventions to currently pending. incredible family vacations, you'll find our resort hotel in New Mexico a unique adventure to treasure. This exclusive resort location will provide the most appropriate setting for you to exchange ideas, evaluate 3 Ways to Get Involved solutions and expand your business network. Call: 1-866-296-4980 Email: exchange@iqpc.com Media Partners Thank you to our media partners all of whom have a wealth of Request an invitation online information for covering the latest and most pressing issues www.corporatecounselexchange.com in legal. Please visit our website www.corporatecounselexchange.com for more information on these key publications and portals. 9 www.corporatecounselexchange.com | 1-866-296-4580 | exchange@iqpc.com