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62 minutes
How to Move Your Office Into the Cloud Now: Transitioning to Paperless Office Operations in Response to the COVID-19 Crisis & Future Events
Feeling overwhelmed by the COVID -19 pandemic? Need to get a grasp on your new remote office? Join this one-hour work session on how to survive the COVID-19 pandemic and future disasters by moving into a paperless workflow.

American Bar Association

$75

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115 minutes
Mock Cloud Negotiations: Considering The Do’s & Don’ts of Cloud Contract Negotiations
This interactive session will highlight the key terms every legal department and law firm must include, as they navigate cloud contract negotiations. Whether its data privacy terms or business continuity terms, join our experts as they showcase best practices when trying to negotiate terms that work for your organization and clients.

Legalweek

$130

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61 minutes
Cybersecurity Practices in Deterring Threats
In this session, you’ll hear the latest on the current cyber threat environment, the cybersecurity best practices and how firms can implement appropriate data security programs to protect their systems and customer data.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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120 minutes
Computational Law: Developing a Common Language
In this program, a panel of experts will discuss and provide insight into AI and how it will impact the legal industry and strategies for bridging the gap between computer scientists and lawyers.

Legalweek

$130

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60 minutes
Revamping Employee Data, Cloud & Social Media Policies and Training to Mitigate Legal Risks
Nowadays, everybody is on social media -- including your bosses and employees. Because today’s employee is always-on and connected 24/7, companies are having a harder time determining the right balance between instilling a culture of data protection vs. where to draw the line on employee monitoring. Having a predetermined company policy on social media is the norm, but its open forum still presents a huge risk that many organizations don’t know how to deal with.

This session will discuss how companies can train their employees to mitigate legal risks on social media.

SuperConference

$65

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