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Welcome to the Berkeley Boosts Backlist. Here you will find recordings of webinars that were previously presented live to our subscribers. Please note that MCLE credit is not available to those who view these recordings. You must participate in the live presentations to earn MCLE credit when it’s offered.

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Investing Shareholder Meetings

Proxy Season 2022: What You Need to Know

Join Anne Sheehan and Krystal Gaboury Berrini of PTJ Camberview in conversation with Marian Macindoe of Parnassus Investments and John Roe of BlockRock as they explore the 2022 proxy season.
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Business Law Delaware Court of Chancery Litigation

Elon Musk and Twitter

In this special webinar, Berkeley Law Assistant Dean Adam Sterling discusses the latest news and legal issues surrounding Elon Musk’s attempt to terminate his proposed acquisition of Twitter with Mike Isaac of the New York Times, Professor Ann Lipton of Tulane University School of Law, and Professor Adam Badawi of Berkeley Law.
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Ethics

Business Ethics: What Everyone Needs to Know

An interview with Professor J.S. Nelson, a Visiting Associate Professor at Harvard Business School and co-author of the new book "Business Ethics: What Everyone Needs to Know".
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Artificial Intelligence Defense Industry Ethics

AI, Ethics, and the Defense Industry

A discussion with three of the world's top experts on the legal and ethical issues surrounding artificial intelligence and the defense industry.
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Reconstructing the Corporation

Join former Delaware Chief Justice Leo Strine, faculty from Berkeley Law, SMU, Saint Louis University, UC Hastings, and Harvard in discussing Reconstructing the Corporation: Workplace Democracy and the Future of Corporate Governance, the new book from Grant Hayden and Matthew Bodie.
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Five Things Boards Need to Know About ESG

In this special webinar, Steven Rothstein, Managing Director of the Ceres Accelerator for Sustainable Capital Markets, Reverend Kirsten Spalding, leader of the Ceres Investor Network, and Melissa Paschall, Director of Governance at Ceres, will explore what companies, and their leadership, should know about ESG and sustainability.
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Wall Street Washout

In this special thirty-minute webinar, Professor Frank Partnoy will interview Business Insider columnist Linette Lopez on her new article regarding the coming Wall Street “washout.”