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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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ESG Investing

Can ESG change investor expectations and voting behavior?

Companies have launched environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives in response to overwhelming investor demand, only to face an increasing backlash against some of their choices. What do investors really want, and what is the best way to channel their preferences into annual meetings, given that many hold stock through large asset managers?

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Cryptocurrency

The FTX Crypto Saga

This special thirty-minute webinar focuses on the ongoing saga of cryptocurrency exchange FTX.

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Litigation M&A

What’s Happening with Elon Musk and Twitter

Join Berkeley Law Professor Adam Badawi ('03) as he breaks down and discusses the acquisition of Twitter by Elon Musk, Musk's attempt to terminate the merger, and the litigation in Delaware.

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Blockchain Cryptocurrency Regulation

Introduction to Blockchain (Day 3)

This special three day mini-course explored the good, the bad, and the ugly of blockchain, crypto, and Web3. Day 3 featured a presentation from Prof. Adam J. Levitin and a discussion with Shuo Chen and Prof. Jillian Grennan.

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Blockchain Cryptocurrency Regulation

Introduction to Blockchain (Day 2)

This special three day mini-course explored the good, the bad, and the ugly of blockchain, crypto, and Web3. Day 2 continued with Prof. Gregory La Blanc's presentation on blockchain and economics, followed by a Q&A session.

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Blockchain Cryptocurrency Regulation

Introduction to Blockchain (Day 1)

In this special three day mini-course, we explored the good, the bad, and the ugly of blockchain, crypto, and Web3. Day 1 featured Prof. Gregory La Blanc lecturing on the basics of blockchain technology and economics.