Thank you for registering for the 30th Annual All Hands Meeting! We hope everyone who attended had a fun and informative time. Our thanks to everyone who filled out evaluation forms; your suggestions and feedback will be put to use improving next year's event.

A number of speakers supplied materials and/or revised their slides after the deadline for printing conference handouts. You can download final versions of all slides and other materials in .pdf format by going to this supplementary materials link (which requires your registration number).

Congratulations to all our raffle winners! The lucky winners of the getaways are Nancy Sya of Cadence Design Systems, Inc., for the Auberge du Soleil, Napa Valley getaway for two package; and Karna Nisewaner of Cadence Design Systems, Inc., for the Santa Barbara Biltmore Four Seasons Resort getaway for two package.  Maybe not-so-lucky for the Cadence legal department workload, if they enjoy their prizes at the same time!  The following lucky raffle winners are receiving $100 Amazon gift cards, for submitting either program choices before the event or MCLE evaluation raffle stubs: Sanjit Rai of Symantec; Susan Kelly of Juniper Networks; Carla Carriveau of Circle Internet Financial; Suzanne William of Symantec; Julie Shah of Five Prime Therapeutics; Joel Talcott of eyeIO, LLC; Reza Savarfi of Roche Molecular Systems; Anne Kuykendall of Hortonworks; and Jeff Rizzo of Xilinx.

California MCLE Credit
The "Live MCLE Credit" column of the Summary Agenda shows how much credit may be claimed for each presentation your attended.  All presentations are approved for participatory general credit, and the 7:45-8:45 AM presentations are additionally approved for credit in required subjects (Legal Ethics on October 15, Elimination of Bias on October 16).  A certificate for that day was included in the folder you received with your badge at the registration table; send us an email if you lost it and need another copy.

Non-California CLE Credit
If you need credit for an out-of-state bar, you should look on the website for that jurisdiction for the appropriate paperwork. Those that do not automatically accept California-approved programs will usually allow individual attorneys to apply for credit by sending in an application with a copy of the agenda, speakers, etc. A handy directory for state accreditation sites: www.clereg.org/directory.

Required Subjects On-Line Videos
All registrants for the 2018 All Hands Meeting may now access online videos for California MCLE credit in Legal Ethics, Competence Issues, and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society.  Use this video link (which requires your registration number) to go directly to the menu of recorded presentations from the 2013-2017 All Hands Meetings (new videos will be added as we process this year's presentations).

The link will enable you to:

  • sign in for MCLE credit
  • view the video presentation
  • download a certificate of participation
  • download supplementary materials
  • submit an evaluation

If you have any difficult accessing the video program, please contact us by return email.

IAPP Certified Privacy Education Credit
The International Association of Privacy Professionals has approved the 2018 All Hands Meeting for up to 10 CPEs. Use this IAPP credit link for information to enter on the CPE Submission Form:

We greatly appreciate your continued support of the All Hands Meeting.  Save the date for next year's conference, and avoid scheduling departmental conflicts:  November 18-19, 2019.  We hope to see you there!

The All Hands Meeting Team
allhands@ivyevents.com
(650) 854-2919 phone

2018 Participating Law Firms & Companies