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December 14, 2010

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One Hour Information Governance: Managing your Information to Reduce the Costs of Discovery   

How you manage your information can have a serious impact on the cost of discovery. This webinar will offer concrete guidance on how to handle your information to ensure compliance while reducing the costs of discovery. Our panel of industry leaders will discuss options to maximize the technology you already have to better manage your growing volume of information.  You will develop methods to improve efficiencies and reduce your ESI.  In today’s landscape of increased scrutiny and regulation, this panel will help you offer the essential guidance you need today to increase accountability and transparency while decreasing costs.

Michelle Mahoney Michelle Mahoney, Director, Applied Legal Technology, Mallesons Stephen Jaques Ralph Losey Ralph Losey, Partner, Jackson Lewis, LLP

One Hour Ethical and Privilege Issues for Pharmaceutical Whistleblowers Counsel     

• Use of confidential, proprietary documents and information
• Attorney as whistleblower
• Retaliation
• Use in non-qui tam litigation

  Randy Fox, Special Assistant Attorney General - NY State   Reuben Guttman, Grant & Eisenhofer P.A.   Cyrus Mehri, Mehri & Skalet, PLLC

One Hour Facing the Legal Dangers of Social Media       

Regardless of your organizations social media policy, your employees, clients and competitors are using the medium and you cannot afford to ignore the implications.  Social media is proving to be a dynamic business tool but a tool fraught with legal perils.  This webinar will take a close look at the most challenging social media issues arising in the legal industry today, including:  the good and the bad of employees and social media; monitoring online content and combating the negatives; preserving privilege and avoiding inadvertent contact with adversaries online.

Harry A. Valetk Harry A. Valetk, Internet Safety and Consumer Privacy Attorney, MetLife Privacy Office Michael E. Lackey Michael E. Lackey, Jr. Partner, Mayer Brown LLP Daniel S. Goldman Daniel S. Goldman, Legal Counsel, Mayo Clinic

One Hour Advanced Technologies Changing the Legal Industry

Yesterday’s toys are becoming mainstays of the legal  profession.  I-pads, tablets and smart phones are the wave of the future and if you aren’t working on them yet, you will be.  Take a look at the new technologies taking hold in the legal industry and discover options to add them to your arsenal.  Reduce the time lost while out of the office by taking your office with you.  Review which technologies are no more than shiny toys and which will increase firm and department efficiency and efficacy.

Mike Adams Mike Adams, Technologist, VooDoo Consulting Erik Pelton Erik Pelton, Founder, Erik M. Pelton & Associates, PLLC Michael D. Aginsky Michael D. Aginsky, Chief Technology Officer, Gibbons P.C.

One Hour Frontiers of E-Discovery:  What you Need to Know about Predictive Coding     

Predictive coding is the new catch phrase of legal technology.  What does it mean to you?  This panel presentation will offer a synopsis of predictive coding available, including: suggested coding and how it differs from traditional legal review technology.  Examine the processes needed to supplement predictive coding as part of a defensible legal review workflow.  Determine how to select and implement predictive coding.

Jason R. Baron Jason R. Baron, Director of Litigation, National Archives and Records Administration Maura R. Grossman Maura R. Grossman, Counsel, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Bennett B. Borden Bennett B. Borden, Chair, Electronic Discovery and Information Governance Section, Williams Mullen

One Hour Addressing and Assessing the Risks of Moving to the Cloud      

Migrating data to an external cloud can equal sizable savings on capital and operating expenses.  There are however, privacy and security risks can expose your organization to unique risks.  This webinar will discuss the merits and pitfalls of the cloud.  Examine the issues surrounding chain of custody, legal hold and review capabilities in the event of an e-discovery request and how well will your privacy be maintained.

Simon Taylor Simon Taylor, Senior Director, Information & Access Management, CommVault Wayne C. Matus Wayne C. Matus, Partner, Pillsbury Tom Gelbmann Tom Gelbmann, Gelbmann & Associates, LLC

One Hour The Crossroads of Technology and Technique: New Approaches for Driving Revenue from Your Most Important Clients

Your firm's data has a powerful story to tell. When your financials are properly mined, you can identify which clients have the greatest risk of leaving, and which have the most potential to grow. When used in conjunction with market intelligence and client data, it can also uncover your best opportunities for cross-selling. When you get this information into the hands of your partners and give them techniques for pursuing these opportunities, you maximize your client assets, resulting in more revenue and higher profitability.  

In this one hour webinar, you will learn how next-generation firms will harness the valuable information that lives inside their data. Jill Nelson will discuss how Redwood Analytic's newest product, Client Analysis, uncovers the "Lifetime Value" of your most important clients, giving you the ability to identify your most important relationships. David Freeman, a renowned expert on business development, will then share best practices for winning back client work, getting more work from existing clients and pursuing cross-selling opportunities.

David Freeman David H. Freeman, J.D., CEO, David Freeman Consulting Group LLC Jill Nelson Jill Nelson, Redwood Product Manager & Senior Consultant, LexisNexis

One Hour Ethical Considerations in the New Era of Whistleblower Claims Under Dodd-Frank and Other Statutes

Whistleblowers or extortionist - the proper response for counsel
Privilege and exclusions under Dodd-Frank
How to present claims to the SEC

  Scott Armstrong, Investigative Journalist   Jack Boese, Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson LLP Jay Eisenhofer, Grant & Eisenhofer P.A.

One Hour Back to the Future: The Most Important 2010 E-Discovery Cases, and a Look Ahead to 2011      

Join us as Monica Bay, editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, leads an animated, substantive discussion with the two of our legal industry’s leading experts, Craig Ball and Cecil Lynn. They will illuminate the most significant e-discovery opinions of 2010 — and preview what to expect in 2011. From landmark rulings in Victor Stanley II and Montreal Pension Committee, they’ll help you learn key lessons from the past year, and anticipate what e-discovery issues will confront litigants in the new year.

Monica Bay Monica Bay, Editor-in-Chief, Law Technology News Craig Ball Craig Ball, Attorney and Forensic Technologist Certified Computer Forensic Examiner Cecil A. Lynn III Cecil A. Lynn III, Shareholder, E-Discovery Counsel, Littler


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