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Cannalaw: Not Your Typical Joint Venture - An Introduction to the Business Transactional and Compliance Practice of California Cannabis and Hemp Law
This course is intended to present an overview of the various aspects of corporate and compliance legal practice for the California cannabis and hemp industries.

New Media Rights

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Online Courts and Virtual Litigation, Arbitration & Mediation: Is This The Future?
Technology has driven transformation for many areas of the legal profession aiding with tools covering contract management and e-discovery to cloud based systems and big data and analytics. Yet, dispute resolution has yet to feel the full impact of this transformation. What stage are we currently facing? Where will this take us in the next five years?

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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58 minutes
Off-Setting The Impact Of Decreasing Budgets With Creative Solutions
In this panel, we hear from women who have grappled with these questions every day as they share how they have adapted to meet these challenges in 2020 in a variety of areas of legal department operations.

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The Digital Gold Rush: Harnessing the Power of Your Data
In this session, experts will discuss how to effectively and confidentially harness and unleash the power of data.

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Navigating Uncertain Times: Managing Resource & Legal Spend Management
The manufacturing, construction, and industrial industries have been put somewhat on hold during the pandemic. As we go through these times of uncertainty and move past the pandemic, what lessons can be learned from these industries and their GCs in response to this crisis.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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Legal Agility & Resilience: Building The Optimal Team To Navigate Change
It is inevitable that we must face change at some point. At times, we can predict the changes ahead, but it is not always possible to see what lies just beyond the horizon. Embedding agility and resilience within your legal operations team and wider legal department can be thus crucial to responding to these unforeseen challenges with a well-orchestrated plan. Building strong relationships with external partners, including law firms, ALSPs and LPOs, can be further important to deliver a well-executed plan that effectively navigates unforeseen change on a global scale.

General Counsel Conference

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60 minutes
The Rise of Atypical Data Types and How to Manage Them More Effectively
This seminar provides an overview of the extent of the problem, plus new approaches to collecting and analyzing this data to make the process more manageable.

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59 minutes
Trends in Discovery and Depositions
Join this seminar for the latest trends in discovery in international litigation and depositions, plus hear from lawyers with experience across a multitude of jurisdictions about how they overcome challenges in obtaining discovery around the world. 

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59 minutes
How Clients Want Their Providers to Use Data Analytics
Today, organizations have more data at their disposal than ever before. Law departments, law firms and law companies are all sitting on a treasure trove of data that can be used to better assess both the legal problems clients have and the way legal services are provided and priced. Data scientists and legal operations specialists are being hired inside all of these organizations, but there is still a disconnect between what the client is hoping to see from the data and what they are currently getting out of it.

Adopting data analytics tools is a step in the right direction, however, there are still challenges that arise with providing clients with the specific information they want to see.

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