Unfortunately due to varying requirements among State by State CLE approval authorities for prerecorded material, we are not able to offer CLE credit for recorded webinars.  We can only offer CLE credit for the live sessions.

October 22, 2020

ESI Protocols

Stipulated ESI protocols are often key to a successful eDiscovery process. When ESI protocols are used to their full extent, they frequently help litigants proactively avoid disputes, reduce costs, and conduct early case assessments. This program spotlights strategies to develop ESI protocols that can enable more efficient discovery practices.
September 25, 2020
Collaboration tools

eDiscovery from Workplace Collaboration Tools

Workplace collaboration tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams present several complex eDiscovery challenges for clients and counsel. From issues with account types and retention settings to export formats and encryption, collection and production difficulties abound. Fold in conflicting court decisions on the issues and it becomes readily apparent why workplace collaboration tools present unique discovery challenges even for experienced eDiscovery counsel. This program will analyze these issues and offer practical insights on a particularly compelling discovery practice area.
September 4, 2020
cross border data protection

Cross-Border Data Protection

Laws providing data protection and privacy safeguards are proliferating around the globe. From the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe to the Telecommunication Regulations in China, data protection and privacy laws are increasingly affecting cross-border transfers of information. Throw in the soon to be enacted California Consumer Protection Act and it is easy to understand why counsel and clients are seeking additional understanding on these laws. Come listen to an informative survey of global data protection laws, along with practice tips for addressing the issues.
August 3, 2020

Navigating, Innovating, and Litigating Through the COVID-19 Global Pandemic

These are unchartered, unprecedented times where COVID-19 remains a national public health as well as a social and economic crisis. Litigants as well as courts (state & federal) continue to balance the various interests implicated by the public health emergencies and guidance for business and for court operations, including the resumption of in-court proceedings, as all seek to ensure the administration of justice continues. No doubt, the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated courts’ turning to technology in order to deliver justice. With virtual meetings, mediations, arbitrations, and court proceedings on the rise, much of it sensitive and highly confidential, a litany of extraordinary legal (constitutional, practical and ethical) issues must be considered. This CLE will explore and analyze the benefits, risks, and concomitant opportunities of virtual litigation (court & ADR) and consider solutions to these complex questions during this "new normal" time.
July 27, 2020

Information Governance

Ungoverned, unorganized “dark” data creates an undue risk to organizations’ ability to fulfill their legal, regulatory compliance, and business requirements. It creates inefficiency, complicates the protection of sensitive data, and leads to unreasonable legal risks and resulting expenses. This program provides insights on these issues and spotlights why companies should dedicate resources to mapping their data, defensibly disposing of emails and other electronic data, and developing policies and practices to better safeguard their information.