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Celesq® AttorneysEd Center Announces May 2012 CLE Addressing Legal Ethics and Social Media, Recent Developments in Intellectual Property, Litigation and e-Discovery, and More
April 26, 2012-With ongoing developments involving social media and its ethical implications for all attorneys, as well as recent cases and rules involving intellectual property law and litigation, e-discovery in the federal courts, and asset protection, estate planning and bankruptcy law, Celesq® AttorneysEd Center has announced the following CLE web casts for May 2012:
Anything New Under the Sun? The Intersection of Social Networking with Legal Ethics and Complex Commercial Litigation (2222)
Live web cast: May 24, 2012 (12:00 noon ET)
Matt Karlyn and Michael Pontrelli, Foley & Lardner LLP, discuss both old and new ethical issues faced by in-house and outside counsel stemming from the uses made of social media--in the workplace itself, in dealing with customers and other outside parties, and in managing litigation.
E-Discovery: Developments in Search Techniques: Moore v. Publicis and Beyond (2229)
Live web cast: May 9, 2012 (12:00 noon ET)
Steve Bennett, Jones Day, discusses the latest developments in e-discovery search techniques. Topics include the recent decision in Moore v. Publicis and its implications for e-discovery, conventional search techniques (and their limits), and developing new search techniques.
Patent Litigation Discovery in the Eastern District of Texas: The Rules Have Changed! (2230IP)
Live web cast: May 17, 2012 (12:00 noon ET)
Dan Foster and Leigh Martinson, McDermott Will & Emery LLP, discuss the new Model E-Discovery Rules issued by the District Court in the Eastern District of Texas (“[Model] Order Regarding E-Discovery in Patent Cases”) and how they may affect litigation strategy from both an offensive and defensive perspective.
Divided Patent Infringement and Infringement by Use—The Standards Revisited (2231IP)
Live web cast: May 30, 2012 (12:00 noon ET)
Anthony Lo Cicero, Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP, discusses the Federal Circuit’s en banc decision in the Akamai and McKesson cases and its potential impact on issues of whether each infringing step or claim element must be performed by a single actor and who is responsible for “use” of an invention.
The Top Ten Reported Asset Protection Cases in the Bankruptcy Setting: A Legal Review and Analysis (2216)
Live web cast: May 1, 2012 (12:00 noon ET)
Barry Engel and Rob Shilliday provide a review and comparative analysis of their carefully selected top ten reported asset protection cases in the bankruptcy setting.
The web casts will be recorded and, like all Celesq® programs, will be available on demand and on CD directly from Celesq® (www.celesq.com). For more information about any of the programs, or to place an order from Celesq®, you may visit their web site at www.celesq.com and click on the program(s) in which you are interested; or email them at email@example.com.
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Celesq® AttorneysEd Center (www.celesq.com), a nationally-recognized leader in providing high-quality continuing legal education programs to attorneys throughout the United States, focuses on the hottest topics and latest trends in practice areas of particular interest to outside and in-house corporate attorneys and litigators. A pioneer in online CLE, Celesq® today offers its programs in a variety of convenient formats, including live web casts, online streaming audio and audio CDs. Contact Sharon Levine Mirsky, Esq., at (561) 241-1919 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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