This program is designed to introduce attorneys, particularly those in their first three years of practice, to the nuts and bolts of federal civil practice. By focusing on real-life scenarios and practical skills, the panelists will share their advice on how to succeed at each stage of litigation in federal court, from the initial conference to the close of discovery. The focus will be on providing attendees with practical knowledge that they can apply to their own cases. The panelists, which will include both practicing attorneys and members of the judiciary, will walk attendees through federal civil procedures while discussing strategies and sharing their own experiences in court.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from Robert S. Mueller, III, former director of the FBI & Partner, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr and Maneesha Mithal, Associate Director of Privacy and Identity Protection at the Federal Trade Commission.
Privacy and data security issues are no longer just key concerns for companies and individuals. These issues are now among the most discussed, debated and evolving areas of our society. From individuals to corporate executives to world leaders, privacy is a critical issue. Every business needs to elevate privacy and data security issues to the highest levels, stay abreast of the ever-changing legal landscape and continually analyze and modify their internal and external information practices. This program will examine the latest issues facing corporate America and how businesses should address the risks and rewards in our information and digital society.
Even in the ordinary course of business, not-for-profit corporations face many challenges. However, a wide range of legal issues can imperil their very existence. These are the issues that keep the nonprofit practitioner up at night. This program identifies those issues and shows how to deal with them. Covering situations ranging from financial straits that drive an organization to seek to monetize its assets or to spend endowment funds to alleged improprieties that prompt an Attorney General or other government investigation, this program prepares the nonprofit practitioner to deal with those issues you hope to never face.
This program is essential for those who practice coop and condo law. There will be a review of recent cases decided in the past six months. The panel will discuss three current and important topics facing those who practice coop and condo law.
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