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Grimes and Lathrop presenting at the 2016 UNC Festival of Legal Learning

February 2016
UNC School of Law

Charlotte Employee Benefits Senior Counsel Beth Grimes and Charlotte Litigation Member Tony Lathrop will be presenting at the 2016 UNC School of Law’s Festival of Legal Learning.  The program will be held February 12-13 at the William and Ida Friday Center.  Grimes will be presenting on the topic titled, "Don't Fear the Audit! Help Your Clients Find and Correct Errors in 401(k) Plans."  The session will explore the 401(k) Plan correction programs available from the IRS and the DOL.  You will walk away with a basic road map that will allow your clients to correct mistakes and oversights that are bound to happen when dealing with 401(k) Plans.  Lathrop will be presenting on the topic titled, "What's Trending in Class Action Litigation."  The session will discuss how over the last several years, companies and plaintiffs alike have been pushing to clarify the boundaries of class action litigation. The session will explore recent developments in federal and state class action law, including U.S. Supreme Court decisions, key issues under consideration by the High Court, and evolving legislative and rule-based proposals to revise class action procedure. 

The Festival of Legal Learning is a convenient, affordable and enjoyable way to satisfy your CLE requirements. Designed to build basics, sharpen skills, provide perspectives and highlight new developments in the field of law, Festival offers more than 100 sessions in just a day-and-a-half.  This diverse program also lets you customize your learning and choose the courses most related to your needs. And, the depth of programming and the time-intensive format offers you 12 hours of CLE credit within this concise day-and–a-half event. The quality of the courses you select is ensured.  Your instructors are recognized experts in their fields and include professors from Carolina Law, UNC School of Government and UNC School of Social Work, as well as distinguished guest faculty.  For more information about this program, click here.