Settle disputes efficiently and effectively

The Agency for Dispute Resolution, an ACC Alliance Partner, provides a simplified, risk-free and fixed-fee solution for corporations that are dissatisfied with the traditional cost and speed of resolving litigation. Additionally, the Agency offers “negotiation mastery” training that teaches participants how to settle disputes in a way that is efficient and financially advantageous to the corporation. ACC members are eligible to receive exclusive discounts.

Do a good thing for those who do great things.

Have you or someone you know made great strides in promoting diversity in the legal profession or providing outstanding pro bono legal services? Celebrate those great achievements! Submit your nominations today for the ACC 2015 Matthew J. Whitehead, II Diversity Award and the Corporate Pro Bono Award. Nominations for both awards are due by May 1.

A better way forward for corporate legal departments

Thomson Reuters, an ACC Alliance partner, offers best-of-class legal solutions that include practice tools as well as software and services to help you manage department resources. With each purchase of a Thomson Reuters product or service, members earn “ACC Dollars” that can be used toward any ACC-related purchase, such as membership dues or registration fees for programs.

ACC Advanced Compliance Education Summit (ACES): Register Now and Save

Early bird rates end February 19 for the ACC Advanced Compliance Education Summit (ACES) (April 26–28, 2015). This program includes the most comprehensive compliance training ACC has ever offered. It’s a must attend event to take your compliance program to the next level.

ACC Annual Meeting: Program Schedule Now Available

The program schedule for the 2015 ACC Annual Meeting is now available. Plan to join us in Boston October 18−21 to partake in the world’s largest gathering of in-house counsel. Take a look at the 100+ CLE/CPD sessions and see what makes this meeting so unique. Early bird pricing ends March 25, so reserve your seat today.


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