Speaking Engagement

Secure Act 2.0

ABA Business Law Spring Meeting 2024

Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Dr
Orlando, FL 32819

Blank Rome senior counsel Daniel L. Morgan will serve as a speaker at the American Bar Association’s (“ABA”) Business Law Spring Meeting 2024, being held April 4 through 6, 2024, in Orlando, Florida, and online.


The Business Law Spring Meeting is the top gathering of business law professionals from around the world. Managing partners, in-house counsel, government regulators, judges, and other leading business law practitioners will discuss major issues facing business lawyers today.

Dan’s session, “Secure Act 2.0 Update,” will take place as part of the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Committee Meeting taking place on Thursday, April 4, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. EDT. He will provide an update on guidance under Secure Act 2.0, a major recent statute that revises many provisions of employee benefits law.

Other sessions at the Meeting include:

  • Bankruptcy Subchapter V Update: How Is the Experiment Working?
  • CFPB Finalizes the Credit Card Late Payment Fee Rule: What’s Next?
  • Letters of Credit 101: An Introduction to Letters of Credit
  • The Arbitration of Cryptocurrency Disputes
  • Recent SEC Rulemaking: The Financial Markets May Never Be the Same
  • Recent Developments in the Mortgage Securitization Market
  • Bank Corporate Governance Guidelines & Enforcement Risk
  • Recent Developments in Securitization Law: Conflicts of Interest Rule, Corporate Transparency Act, Basel III, and More
  • Securitization & Bank Capital Requirement Proposal
  • Advancing Underserved Entrepreneurs: How Lawyers Can Get Involved
  • Litigation Funding Nutshell for Business Lawyers—What is Litigation Funding, How Does it Work, and What Are the Ethical Pitfalls?
  • Regulation Station: The Role of the Regulator and Government Affairs in Gaming Law
  • Recent Developments & SEC Conflicts of Interest Rule
  • AI Is Coming for You: The Practical and Ethical Implications of How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing the Practice of Law
  • Beneficial Ownership Reporting: The Influence of the Corporate Transparency Act
  • Leadership Defined: A Fireside Chat with Nyea Sturman, Senior Vice President & General Counsel at the Orlando Magic
  • Update on Dodd-Frank Act (CFPA) Enforcement Actions Involving Personal Property
  • SEC's Role in Emerging Technologies, AI, and Cybersecurity
  • New Rules on Personal Financial Data Rights and the Path to Open Banking in the US
  • Putting More “E” in ESG Disclosure: Latest Developments in Climate-Related Disclosure
  • Current Issues in Consumer Bankruptcy Law
  • Current State of the Corporate Loan Market
  • Impact Investing for Housing and Beyond: Federal and State Equity-Focused Legislation and Regulation
  • Basics of Collateral and Security Interests
  • Data's Dilemma: Practical Tips for Navigating Data Privacy in a Changing Regulatory Environment
  • The Return of the CVRs in Pharma, Biotech, and Life Sciences Deals
  • Corporate Director and Officer Liability: The Basics and Hot Topics
  • Effective Use of Forensic Valuation and Damages Experts
  • Ethics in the Boardroom: How In-House and Outside Counsel Can Support and Protect Directors
  • From Traditional to Digital: The Evolving Legal Landscape of Commercial Transactions
  • Initial Implementation Obligations for the U.S. Executive Order on Artificial Intelligence
  • The ABCs of 501(c)s: Tax-Exempt Entities and Political Activity in an Election Year
  • Has a New Day Dawned? Practical Advice on the Legal Ethics and Regulatory Compliance Obligations of the Corporate Transparency Act and Amended ABA Model Rule 1.16
  • Cryptocurrency & Illicit Finance: Risk Mitigation Strategies
  • Dealing with Distressed Commercial Real Estate
  • High on Taxes: A Global Ganja Gala
  • Legal Opinions: What Those in the Know Don't Cover
  • Private Equity Buyout Funds: International Trends in a Challenging Market
  • Gender-Inclusive Drafting in Transactional and Litigation Documents
  • What Really Happens to Your Money When You “Bank” with a Fintech?
  • Doing More with Less: Exploring Alternative Outside Counsel Engagement and Fee Arrangements
  • Navigating IP Issues in Generative AI
  • The Mallory Split: A Divided SCOTUS Rejects Due Process Challenge to Pennsylvania’s Consent-By-Registration Statute (But What Does That Mean Everywhere Else?)
  • Case Law Matters: Delaware’s Recent Stockholder Activism Jurisprudence
  • Dawn of a New Age: Developing Fair and Equitable Programs in an Inclusive Work Environment
  • Eliminate, Automate, Assist: How Process Thinking, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence Will Change Practice
  • The Rise of the Administrative State and Potential for Regulatory Chaos: Chevron Deference, Nimble Regulation, and the Future of Uniform and Consistent Guidance
  • The Secured Lender's IP Cheat Sheet: Intellectual Property Due Diligence Done Right
  • CRA Modernization: The Community Reinvestment Act Revised Rules, Explained
  • Developments in Shareholder Corporate Governance
  • Where There Is Data Smoke, There Is Business Fire: Mediation as a Cost-Effective Method of Resolving Data Breaches
  • Business Across Borders: Electronic Apostilles as a Strategic Tool for U.S. Attorneys
  • Social Media Regulations to Protect Minors: Increasing Safety or Limiting Access and Freedoms

For more information and to register, please visit the event webpage.