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62 minutes
Emojis and Sentiment as New Critical Risk Elements in Corporate Communications: How to Understand and Handle These ‘New Normal’ Data Types
This emerging technology session will take participants through basic emoji meanings, hidden and otherwise, discuss newly-available technology helping target risky communications containing emojis and charged words, outline how lawyers can quickly investigate the substance of the issues at hand, and explain how courts have addressed emojis to date.

Legalweek

$65

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141 minutes
United States Supreme Court Term Ending June 2019 Decisions Involving Criminal Law Issues and the U.S. Constitution
In this program, Professor Saltzman summarizes and explains every criminal law related decision by the U.S. Supreme Court during the October 2018 - June 2019 term. This includes cases on the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th Amendments. He will also discuss Gundy v US which covers Article I Section 1 regarding the legislative power vested in Congress. 

Saltzman Seminars

$165

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92 minutes
When "No Comment" Won't Do: Courts Communicating Through the Media
Relationships between the courts and the media can sometimes confuse even the most sophisticated public. What you see and hear on social media is not necessarily how "things went down" in the case or its proceedings. This program will help judges, lawyers, and journalists be more proactive in their interactions with the media to ensure that the correct information is being relayed.

American Bar Association

$115

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88 minutes
Applying Copyright Concepts Through the Lens of Goldman v Breitbart News
This program introduces basic technological concepts like “linking,” “embedding,” “how browsers and websites are served” in a robust manner probably beyond the common sense understanding of these concepts, but just enough to explain why the way these technologies really “work” is critical to the arguments that you make as a copyright litigator.

New Media Rights

$115

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92 minutes
What News Organizations Need to Know About Protecting Journalist from Harassment
Online harassment is a reality for most people—to varying degrees, depending on how much they participate in social media and other interactive content. In this program, our panelists will discuss how to deal with online harassment as a practical and legal matter, both as an individual and organization.

American Bar Association

$115

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93 minutes
Civil Disobedience 101: Adding the Defense to Your Practice
To avoid malpractice claims and learn the art of collaboration, join our expert panel of attorneys as they discuss the proper way to add civil disobedience to your practice.

American Bar Association

$115

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Fake News Eats the World: Protecting Speech, Evaluating Truth & Validating Our Decisions
As fake news played a bigger role in this past presidential election than ever seen before, free speech debates are unfolding on social media, in boardrooms and on college campuses all over the country. Being called into question is one of the ideas behind the First Amendment: that if you let truth and falsity battle, that truth will eventually win – that people are rational and they can determine truth from falsity. But recent events are now causing us to rethink basic premises behind freedom of expression. Are we in a situation now where truth no longer matters, and people are not able to sort these things out? Who then, do we turn to and how do ensure that truth still wins the day?

Legalweek

$65

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