Join the Center for International Legal Studies (CILS) and the Global Migration Section (GMS) of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) for the Compliance in Global Immigration Practice conference in Budapest, Hungary, on January 18-21, 2019.
On January 20, Beate Erwin will speak on "A Whirlwind of Conflicting Advice – Consolidating Client Advice from Different Practice Areas and Jurisdictions." The panel will be headed by the former Chair of GMS, Clayton E. Cartwright.
About the panel
By definition, advising on global mobility issues entails the cooperation of practitioners from multiple practice areas and jurisdictions. What happens when that advice conflicts? This panel will review best practices in advising clients receiving conflicting advice, to forward the best interests of the client and to distinguish the global mobility adviser.
- Order to chaos – management of the global mobility team
- Taxes – it is not all about tax (or is it?)
- Employment Agreements – the perfect catch-all fix?
- Multiple jurisdictional licenses – key practice management and ethical concerns
Sunday, January 20