Bond In-House Counsel CLE Series: Motions to Dismiss after Twombly
August 24, 2010
Each program is conducted live from one Bond office and transmitted simultaneously via a videoconference network connecting our regional offices in Central, Eastern and Western New York, New York City and on Long Island. Bond's technology allows real time interaction between the attendees in our offices and the speaker(s).
Please note that since these conferences take place in Bond offices, seating is limited. Therefore, early registration is recommended.
Lunch is included and will be served from 11:30 a.m. to Noon. Programs begin at Noon.
CLE Credit: Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of Continuing Legal Education in the State of New York. Each program has been designated as providing the listed number of credits in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board.
11:30 a.m. - Noon
Registration and Lunch
Noon - 1:15 p.m.
1.5 CLE Credits (Eligible for MCLE credit for newly-admitted attorneys)
- What ever happened to "notice" pleading?
- What is a "plausible" claim?
- What does it really mean for in-house counsel?
Louis Orbach is a graduate of the University of Illinois (B.S., 1990) and the University of Michigan Law School (J.D., magna cum laude, 1993), where he was awarded the Order of the Coif.
A litigator with over 15 years experience, Mr. Orbach has tried cases to jury and bench, argued appeals, arbitrated and mediated disputes, and counseled clients in high stakes matters of contention across New York State and around the country. He has proven himself an effective advocate in venues as varied as rural county courthouses and the Second Circuit in Manhattan, and in subject areas ranging from civil rights to creditors' rights, intellectual property to employment law and ERISA, contract and commercial law to Title IX, and media law to toxic tort.
Mr. Orbach has successfully represented Fortune 100 companies and a world-class university. His work on behalf of individuals and small businesses has been equally rewarding. Mr. Orbach helped a local business secure a preliminary injunction against a multi-national conglomerate in a trademark infringement action the New York Law Journal called a case of "David versus Goliath." His work on behalf of a local school district in a novel matter concerning free speech and the separation of church and state has been covered by the New York Times.