Sands Anderson Speaking Engagements through June 2016

Published on: 1/14/2016

Sands Anderson attorneys regularly present at local, regional and national conferences and meetings throughout the year. Below is a list of speaking engagements scheduled through June 2016. This list will be updated as events are added.

January 13, 2016
David G. Boyce and Christopher K. Jones will present in Richmond, “Data Theft and the Healthcare Industry,” to Virginia health insurance risk management professionals on data breach and cybersecurity crimes, steps to mitigate threats, and strategies for prevention and dealing with breaches.

January 20, 2016
Andrew R. McRoberts will present “Vested Rights” for the Land Use Education Program (LUEP) of Virginia Tech, in partnership with via a live stream and shared on YouTube.

January 22, 2016
Jeffrey H. Geiger will moderate on a panel presenting, “How Not to be Stupid on the Internet, Part Three: Duh and Duher,” for the Virginia Bar Association.

January 27, 2016
Andrew R. McRoberts will present “BZA Law, 2015 Update” for the Land Use Education Program (LUEP) of Virginia Tech, in partnership with via a live stream and shared on YouTube.

February 3, 2016
Margaret F. Hardy will present “Legal Considerations in Nursing” on avoiding and defending nursing malpractice and disciplinary actions to undergraduate students at the University of Virginia, School of Nursing in Charlottesville.

March 16, 2016
Bradford A. King will be co-presenting “Top 10 Employee Rights Scenarios” on a national webinar for the Council of School Attorneys (COSA), which is affiliated with the National School Boards Association (NSBA).

March 21, 2016
Jeffrey H. Geiger will present “Legal Ethics in 2016” at the University of Richmond.

March 28, 2016
Faith A. Alejandro will present, “What Young Lawyers Want in a Bar Association” on a panel. They will discuss strategies for bar association leaders to adopt to attract, engage, and elevate young lawyers into their bar as leaders at the Bar Leaders Institute of the Conference of Local Bar Associations at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens in Richmond, Virginia.

April 5, 2016
C. Michael DeCamps will present, “Tips for Keeping Your Business Legally Compliant in a Changing HR World” at the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Roundtable event in Fredericksburg.

April 14, 2016
Terrence L. Graves will be in Chicago to present to DRI (Defense Research Institute) on trucking law: “It’s Midnight:  Do You Know Where Your Driver Is? Should You Care?” His presentation will focus on the trend of attempting to hold motor carriers and other employers liable for actions of their employees that occur outside of the work environment.

April 15, 2016
David G. Boyce will be speaking on the panel, “Securing Your Government’s Cyber Footprint and What Happens When You Don’t,” with Heather Engel of Sera-Brynn and Tom Tokarz, Senior Assistant County Attorney in Henrico County at the Spring Conference of the Local Government Attorney of Virginia, in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

April 22, 2016
Bradford A. King will present on current issues in school law to the Virginia Association of School Personnel Administrators at their 2016 Spring Conference and Job Fair in Norfolk, Virginia.

April 30, 2016
William A. Gray will be co-presenting, “Bankruptcy Ethics: Not an Oxymoron,” with the Honorable Frank J. Santoro and the Honorable. Kevin R. Huennekens at The Virginia Bar Association’s 19th Annual Bankruptcy Law Conference in Williamsburg.

May 4, 2016
Michael R. Bedsaul will present, “WATCH YOUR STEP! Pitfalls Every Supervisor Should Avoid,” at the Virginia League of Social Services Executives’ Spring Conference in Williamsburg.

May 12, 2016
Christopher K. Jones will present, “3D Printing and Its Admissibility” at the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys Spring Conference in Irvington.

May 20, 2016
William A. Gray will be co-presenting, “Ethical Issues in Bankruptcy,” with the Honorable Frank J. Santoro at the Tidewater Bankruptcy Bar Association’s the 24th Annual Hal J. Bonney, Jr., Seminar on Bankruptcy Law and Practice in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

May 23, 2016
Michael T. Marr will present “Latest & Greatest in Employee Benefits: Who is the Employee, Who is the Employer, and What Happens Next?” to the Virginia Society of CPAs at their conference in Williamsburg. The presentation will address the distinction between employees versus independent contractors and the continuing litigation over that distinction. He will explore the relatively new Joint Employer Doctrine and also what the legal and benefit implications are of these determinations under current state and federal law.

May 24, 2016
Terrence L. Graves will present a Virginia CLE webinar, “Difficult Depositions,” regarding witness preparation and coaching, proper & improper objections, and best practices for taking and defending depositions.

June 8, 2016
N. Reid Broughton presented “New Overtime Regulations And What It Means For Business” to the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce at their Business at Lunch event in Christiansburg, Virginia.

June 8, 2016 
Margaret F. Hardy will co-present “Is the Sky Falling?” Prosecution and Defense of Complaints Against Advanced Nurse Practitioners Prescription Practices at the 2016 National Council of State Boards of Nursing Discipline Case Management Conference in Norfolk, Virginia.

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