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The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure a Year Later: The Latest Decisions and Other Developments

Program Number: 2644 Presenter: Ashley Heintz, Carmen G. McLean, Esq.

Join Carmen McLean and Ashley Heintz of Jones Day as they discuss the impacts of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that took effect on December 1, 2015 on discovery strategies and synthesize the courts’ applications and interpretations of the new rules over the course of the year. Topics include: • what you need to consider in requesting or opposing discovery in light of Rule 26(b)’s new proportionality factors; • whether you are being specific enough in your objections and responses to requests for production under new Rule 34(b); and • what you need to know, and what courts are focusing on, in addressing spoliation under new Rule 37(e).

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Taking and Defending the Corporate Deposition under Rule 30(b)(6)

Program Number: 2634 Presenter: Michael H. Ginsberg, Esq., Thomas Jackson, Esq. - Of Counsel, Jones Day

Depositions of corporate representatives present unique issues for both the taking and the defending attorney. Join Jones Day partners Tom Jackson and Mike Ginsberg as they focus on those unique issues, with particular emphasis on Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6). Topics include preparing and responding to the notice of deposition, selecting and preparing the witness, the conduct of the deposition, and post deposition procedures to address issues that arise during the course of the deposition.

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Recent Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: What Has Changed and How Courts Are Interpreting the New Rules

Program Number: 2630 Presenter: Thomas Jackson, Esq. - Of Counsel, Jones Day, Mark W. Rasmussen, Esq., Evan P. Singer, Esq.

Join our presenters for this important discussion on the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that took effect on December 1, 2015; the recent decisions by the Courts that have interpreted the new rules; and how the new rules are affecting litigation strategies.

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Retaining and Using Consulting and Testifying Experts: Ethical Considerations for Attorneys

Program Number: 2624 Presenter: William F. Dolan, Esq., Irene Savanis Fiorentinos, Esq.

Experts are used in most cases that go to trial. The retention of a consulting or testifying expert and the presentation of expert testimony at trial, however, present a host of ethical issues that many lawyers fail to consider. Join Irene Fiorentinos and Bill Dolan as they analyze the relevant rules of professionalism and conflicts and discuss the real world ethical issues and dilemmas that an attorney faces when navigating the selection and retention of experts and the presentation of expert testimony. Ethics authorities covered include, for example: the lawyer's threshold ethical duties of competence under Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.1 and what it means when retaining an expert; the standards of care associated with expert selection; the identification and avoidance of conflicts when hiring experts; the interplay between rules governing attorney conflicts (e.g., Model Rules 1.7 to 1.9) and the distinct challenges posed with experts; and cases from around the

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Drone Law Update: from New Registration Rules to Recent Regulatory Developments

Program Number: 2621 Presenter: Shalem A. Massey, Esq.

New FAA registration rules governing drones became effective on December 21, 2015. Join us for this program covering the details and practical application of the new drone registration rules. Topics include: • what is and what is not a drone under the regulations; • overview of the FAA’s classification and terminology and where hobby use ends and commercial use begins; and • practical advice for attorneys counseling drone owners, including discussion of compliance and best practices with an emphasis on understanding the legal requirements from both the state and federal perspectives.

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What Attorneys Should Know about Designing the Most Effective Data Security Vendor Management Program

Program Number: 2619 Presenter: Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq.

Companies today are reliant on a broad array of software and other information technology (IT) offerings to operate their businesses. For companies of all sizes, many of these IT offerings are now provided by third party vendors. In recognition of the increasingly fundamental role played by IT vendors, programs to evaluate and manage are now priorities for many companies. Join Jason Haislmaier of Bryan Cave LLP as he discusses the role of IT vendor management programs, key strategies for establishing and maintaining those programs, and tools for addressing the significant legal and regulatory data privacy and security compliance issues that can arise in IT vendor relationships.

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Advising Your Board and Executives about Data Security and Privacy Risks: Latest Developments and Guidance for Attorneys

Program Number: 2618 Presenter: Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq.

Data security and data privacy issues have risen to become top priorities for boards and executives. The legal, regulatory, and fiduciary requirements placed on board members and executives continue to grow. Board members and executives are also confronted by ever increasing shareholder expectations regarding their roles in data security and privacy compliance. Join Jason Haislmaier of Bryan Cave LLP for a discussion of strategies and best practices for advising and supporting board members and executives to help them meet their quickly-expanding roles in these areas.

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Recommendations for Data Privacy and Security in the Age of Drones: Latest Developments and Guidance for Attorneys

Program Number: 2617 Presenter: Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online is not available until after the program date **** The commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems ("UAS"), more commonly known as “drones,” has continued to experience exponential growth. Much of the regulatory focus to date has been on establishing requirements for the commercial use of drones. However, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and other regulators have begun to focus on the unique data privacy and security concerns raised by the commercial use of drones. In the wake of the FTC’s planned drone workshop on October 13th, Jason Haislmaier, Bryan Cave LLP, discusses these data privacy and security legal and regulatory concerns raised by the commercial use of drones and available tools and strategies for in-house and outside counsel in meeting the challenges in these areas.

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The Legal Issues Involved with Commercializing Data

Program Number: 2615 Presenter: Christopher M. Achatz, Esq., Jason D. Haislmaier, Esq.

In today’s technology-driven world, and the use of the cloud, big data, mobile applications, and digital-collaboration platforms becoming commonplace for businesses of all shapes and sizes, every company is becoming a data company and new data assets are created every day. In this program, Bryan Cave Partner Jason Haislmaier and Associate Chris Achatz discuss the legal issues of commercializing data and the common questions regarding the creation of commercial data products. Topics include legal aspects of data products, including creating and aggregating data sets, acquiring data from private and public sources, providing effective data analytics, selecting a data distribution model, and licensing.

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Developments in Cyber Insurance for In-House Lawyers: Are You Getting the Coverage You Expect?

Program Number: 2614 Presenter: David A. Zetoony, Esq.

Five years ago only a minority of companies had cyber insurance. With high profile breaches insurance has quickly become the standard, and not the exception, but a cyber insurance policy is far from standardized. Bryan Cave’s David Zetoony discusses how in-house counsel should read cyber insurance policies to make sure that their clients receive the coverage that they expect.

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