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Welcome to our HUB CLE Center. We deliver accredited content so that you can fulfill your continuing education obligations. Our lawyers frequently host events that cover a diverse range of industries and sectors. You can participate in virtual live events, or watch programs on-demand in the convenience of your home or office 24/7. 

We hope our CLE Center will become your go-to resource.

KL Gates Hosted Event
20 May 2021
2021 Consumer Financial Services Symposium - Virtual Edition: Panel 2 - Litigation and Enforcement in a Post-Pandemic World

Our 2021 Consumer Financial Services Symposium - Virtual Edition that will focus on litigation and enforcement in a post-pandemic world.

KL Gates Hosted Event
May 2021
Navigating the Trademark Modernization Act: How to Play Offense and Defense with your Trademark Strategies

This webinar will explore how the new procedures of the Trademark Modernization Act will affect both offensive and defensive trademark strategies now and in the future.

KL Gates Hosted Event
28 April 2021
Blue Economy - Part 1: Offshore Wind Energy Development in the West

This first program focused on the unique policy and regulatory regimes of California, Oregon, and Washington that will influence how and where offshore wind projects develop.

KL Gates Hosted Event
April 2021
Compelling Financial Services Marketing Techniques in Light of the New SEC Marketing Rule

This webinar discusses the Marketing Rule along with F/m Acceleration. 

KL Gates Hosted Event
April 2021
Workplace Restructuring in COVID Times

In this Global Employer Solutions webinar, we explore the options, obligations, and limitations available to achieve optimal workplace change in Australia, Europe, and the United States.

KL Gates Hosted Event
April 2021
2021 Consumer Financial Services Symposium - Virtual Edition: Panel 1 - FinTech Trends, Developments, and New Directions

This webinar addresses recent developments in FinTech compliance and litigation, covering issues ranging from machine learning in credit underwriting and attendant fairness questions to the use of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with respect to consumer protection law.

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