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58 minutes
How Litigation Departments Can Minimize Cost, Reduce Risk and Get to Responsive Information Faster
Managing the litigation and regulatory requests that large corporations face is not an easy task, but the experts in Microsoft and Duke Energy's legal departments are up to the task! Join us to learn how Microsoft and Duke Energy approach their eDiscovery obligations utilizing Advanced eDiscovery in Microsoft 365, including some tips and tricks they have learned along the way.

Legalweek

$65

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61 minutes
Anatomy of a Legal Hold: From Corporations and Governments to the Law Firm & Service Providers
Whether it’s for litigation, investigations, or crisis management, the legal hold is one of the most important parts of a proper information governance program, and legal hold errors can lead to serious consequences for your organization. Join us as prominent attorneys from the corporate sector and government—including the former Director of Information Governance at the White House—join technical experts to discuss the legal hold process from corporations and governments to law firms and service providers. We’ll cover legal considerations, including recent case law on data preservation obligations, technical considerations, and workflow issues, with insight on how you can protect your organization.

Legalweek

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62 minutes
When an Investigation Hits: Strategies for Effective and Rapid Resolution When Your Team is Remote
In this CLE-accredited session, hear from leading legal experts on how they have short-circuited often expensive and time-consuming investigations efforts to find the evidence that will tell the story. They will share their experiences on collecting data from remote employees, ephemeral data preservation obligations and effective instant messaging, social media and BYOD policies, project management techniques, and use of targeted analytics approaches to assess potential evidence.

Legalweek

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59 minutes
Navigating Regulatory Compliance Through Effective Data Protection and Governance Strategy
All it takes is one employee clicking on the wrong link in an email, and the hundreds of thousands of dollars you spend on your security infrastructure are useless. So to sit back and rely on your IT department with the expectation that nothing will ever go wrong is a risky proposition. Issues related to data privacy and cybersecurity are not limited to large organizations. In fact, depending on what reports you read, anywhere from 40% to 60% of cyber-attacks specifically target small to medium-sized businesses, and upwards of 70% of small businesses have experienced some form of cyberattack in the last year. The smaller the business, the fewer the resources it will typically have to spend on cybersecurity. If you think a good cybersecurity plan and infrastructure is too expensive, wait until you find out how much it costs not to have one.

Legalweek

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91 minutes
Remote Jury Trials During and After the Pandemic: Constitutional and Practical Concerns - Part 2
This program focuses on practical issues, like what the jury trial will look like, how to reach remote communities to ensure fair participation, and examines the lawyers' and judges' roles.

American Bar Association

$115

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62 minutes
An Introduction to Litigation Animations and Visual Exhibits in the Courtroom
3D animations are some of the most powerful pieces of evidence available to attorneys today. They have the power to turn the complex into the simple, leaving jurors who spend their daily lives devouring visual content with a lasting memory of key arguments and evidence.

American Bar Association

$75

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92 minutes
Assessing and Litigating Claims of Automation-induced Errors
Join our expert panelist as they discuss a framework for evaluating whether motor vehicle accidents involving vehicles with ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) technologies were caused by the ADAS technologies unavoidably inducing driver inattentiveness and addressing allegations of driver overreliance on the ADAS, product defect or failure, or driver error.

American Bar Association

$115

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73 minutes
Intercreditor Disputes
This panel will examine creditors vs. creditors in liability-management transactions (Boardriders, Serta, Travelport, Trimark), collective actions and credit bidding (Speedcast, Alta Masa, Empire Generating, Allied), strict foreclosure in light of TIA 316(b) (CNH Diversified Opportunities v. Cleveland Unlimited), de facto claim-subordination (La Paloma), rights preserved for junior creditors under an intercreditor agreement (do the exceptions swallow the rule (Claires, Momentive)?), and practical considerations such as coordination agreements, unitranche facilities and CLOs in restructurings.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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Pandemic Pandemonium: Litigating in the Time of COVID-19
This panel also will cover topics ranging from access to courts, to the increased use of inherent judicial power, to virtual trials, to valuation and compromise in uncertain (unprecedented) times, to recent developments in avoidance actions.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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