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March 18, 2010

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One Hour Amending the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) affect every aspect of legal practice; many firms, service providers and consultants base their operations on these rules of practice.

In 2010 The Federal Judicial Conference is organizing a conference of scholars, judges, litigators and clients to discuss the current state of the FRCP and empirical evidence of satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the rules. This meeting could potentially begin the process of another set of FRCP amendments. This panel will discuss the FRCP rulemaking process, how the Federal Rules are amended, the current state of the rules, and the future outlook on amendments to the Federal Rules.

If your work focuses on any aspect of the FRCP, you owe it to your clients to attend this panel.

Moderator:
Patrick Oot Patrick Oot, General Counsel, eDiscovery Institute; Former Director of Electronic Discovery and Senior Counsel, Verizon  
Panelists:
John Koeltl Hon. John Koeltl, Southern District of New York, Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Tom Allman Tom Allman, Former General Counsel, BASF Al Cortese Al Cortese, Lawyers for Civil Justice Amor A. Esteban Amor A. Esteban, Shook, Hardy, and Bacon, San Francisco

 
One Hour Use of eDiscovery Technology in Federal Court: A Case Study
The presentation is based on issues in a current court case heard in US District Court, Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville Division. This case poses similar issues presented in the Zubulake vs. UBS Warburg case which helped to define the amendment to FRCP for ESI and eDiscovery. The issues to be discussed include: deliberate spoliation, evidence tampering, witness tampering, perjury and resignation of outside counsel. The presenters will show and discuss how technology can be used in the court room to show bad faith or negligent actions by the defense (a Fortune 600 Company).

Participants will experience an interactive role play dialog between a seasoned employment discrimination Attorney and an Information Management Consultant. Participants can expect to walk away from this session with fact and case law based examples and increased competency regarding what to do and what not to do when involved in eDiscovery related litigation.

Michele F. Martin Michele F. Martin, Counsel, Labor and Employment Practice, Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP. Tom Reding Tom Reding, CRM, Executive Consultant: ECM Compliance & eDiscovery, IBM Corp

 
One Hour Outlook Integration: The Lawyer's Outlook: Bill More, Work Smarter
As Microsoft Office Outlook continues its rise as the legal profession's de facto application for organizing email, contacts and attorney calendars, next generation case management and CRM systems have made significant technological advancements through integration. The best of these systems have gotten "smart", by deploying a stealth approach to collecting case and matter data that fits the way today's attorney works. Attend Outlook Integration: The Lawyer's Outlook: Bill More, Work Smarter, a complimentary webinar being held on March 18 from 11am - 12pm EST. Attendees will discover how developers of the leading law office management applications are working closely with Microsoft to develop next-generation integration tools aimed to help lawyers bill more while working smarter.

Whit McIsaac Whit McIsaac, President & CEO, Client Profiles Eyal Iffergan Eyal Iffergan, Managing Director, Hyperion Global Partners Brian Kennel Brian Kennel, Performance Management Consulting, LLC

 
One Hour Concept Searching: 2010's Tools, Tactics and Technologies
This panel will review key search options on the market today so you can keep those pre-trial costs at a minimum. Today's search activities vary greatly from those of even five years ago. Is your team using the right system? With the rise of electronic information, search is becoming more and more daunting. Don't get left behind. Start 2010 off on the right foot by reviewing the search products on the market, exploring the best options for your business and acquiring the most cutting edge technology when you need it most: now before litigation.


George J. Socha George J. Socha, Jr., Esq., Socha Consulting LLC

 
One Hour Developing a Comprehensive and Legally Sound Social Media Policy
If we learned anything in 2009, it was that social media is an explosive trend changing how you do business today and will do business tomorrow. For 2010, if you don't have a social media policy, your privacy is at serious risk and you are already behind the times. As newer technology comes out, you must develop your ability to protect yourself, your company, your products and your clients. This panel will cover what you need to have in your social media policy to ensure your privacy and protect your business.

Moderator: Panelists:
Jennifer A. Klear Jennifer A. Klear, Media & Technology Attorney, Law Offices of Jennifer A. Klear David E. Morris David E. Morris, Group Counsel, TripAdvisor Media Group Paul W. Mussell Paul W. Mussell, Senior Counsel, Wells Fargo & Company

 
One Hour Windows 7 - Tales from the Trenches
As firms tackle the question of when and how to implement Windows 7, our panel of speakers will share their experiences, including the good, the bad and the ugly from their own migration. Their insight will help you develop a migration strategy that works for your firm.

Presented by ILTA


Moderator: Panelists:
Marcus Bluestein Marcus Bluestein, CTO, Kraft Kennedy Inc. Beau Mersereau Beau Mersereau, Director of Applications, Development and Support, Fish & Richardson, P.C. Jim Beitzel Jim Beitzel, Application Engineer III, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP Helene Newman Helene Newman, Director of Budget & HR, Office of the General Counsel, Columbia University


 
One Hour In-house vs. Outsource: The E-Discovery Debate Continues
There are varying points of view when it comes to E-Discovery: is it cheaper and more effective to build a team and do it yourself or is outsourcing the way to go? This interactive panel debate will argue the pros and cons of both sides of the fence. Hear from practiced experts as they explore the benefits and pitfalls you can expect to encounter. For law firms and in-house counsel, this invaluable session will give you the ammunition you need to develop your team and your strategies for 2010 and beyond.

Moderator:  
Craig Ball Craig Ball, Attorney and Forensic Technologist, Certified Computer Forensic Examiner, Craig Ball    


 
One Hour Special Plenary Session

The American Lawyer Thought Leaders Series - 2010 Law Firm Outsourcing Practices Survey
In recent years, outsourcing has become a topic of great interest to law firms who have been seeking reliable information about industry best practices, trends, and results. The purpose of this survey is to track benchmarking data about percentage of law firms outsourcing, types of outsourcing functions (IT, administrative or LPO), and identify trends in outsourcing to the legal profession.

Moderator: Panelists:
Kevin Iredell Kevin Iredell, Vice President, ALM Legal Intelligence Jennifer Blessman Jennifer Blessman, Director of Research, ALM Legal Intelligence


 





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