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Litigation as An Investment—How Analytics Should Drive Litigation Decisions (02/09/2021)

Program Number: 3154 Presenter: Ashton Batchelor, ALPM, Joshua Libling, Esq.

How can law firms and in-house legal departments deepen their analysis of litigation by reframing it from a cost to an investment? This framing has implications for what litigation to pursue, how to select counsel, when and for how much to settle, and how to measure success. The program will also give an introduction to litigation modeling.

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The Storming of the Capitol: What are the criminal, civil and employment consequences? (01/29/2021)

Program Number: 3150 Presenter: Thomas D. Bever, Esq., Amy E. Buice, Esq., Matthew W. Clarke, Esq., Anthony L. Cochran, Esq.

It will be ironic if Donald J. Trump is not prosecuted because of his First Amendment protections, but the rioters (who did exactly what they thought Trump wanted them to do) are prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Did Donald J. Trump incite a riot? Did his words give the rioters a defense based on his apparent authority as the President of the United States and the Commander in Chief? What are all of the criminal, civil and employment consequences for the rioters? What can employers of the rioters and protesters do?

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Social Media and the Lifecycle of the Attorney/Client Relationship (03/08/2021)

Program Number: 3145 Presenter: Dr. Sharon Meit Abrahams, Jan L. Jacobowitz, Esq., Lucian T. Pera, Esq.

Social media has become an integral part of our society. The Pew Research Center reports that approximately 70% of the adult population uses social media, and it even impacts the lives of those who elect not to engage. Lawyers’ clients are awash in social media, so it is no surprise that every stage of the life cycle of an attorney-client relationship may involve a lawyer’s need not only to explore the social media terrain, but also to understand both the benefits and dangerous landmines that await the uninformed. Join our discussion with two seasoned legal ethics lawyers to explore both the necessity of employing social media and the potential ethical perils of lawyers on social media. Topics include the use of social media in advertising; investigating all aspects of a case from a potential client’s claim to discovering information about the opposing parties, witnesses, jurors, and judges; and finally,

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Forward-Looking Tips to Avoid Spoliation Sanctions (02/22/2021)

Program Number: 3142 Presenter: Sarah Benowich, Esq., Daniel J. Melman, Esq.

Using a recent Federal Circuit and Northern District of California decision applying spoliation sanctions in a patent infringement case, we will discuss practical tools, tips, and best practices to avoid spoliation sanctions even before parties enter litigation. This webinar will be relevant to outside and in-house counsel, and will discuss the opportunities and need for ongoing counseling regarding a client’s obligations to preserve evidence. While the webinar will focus on a recent patent infringement case, it serves as guidance for practitioners in all litigation specialties, and will highlight areas for fostering ongoing client communication.

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Mastering the Challenges and Pitfalls of Remote Testimony (02/04/2021)

Program Number: 3137 Presenter: Dr. Mark R. Phillips, Ph.D., Mary A. Salamone, Esq.

Times have changed abruptly and dramatically due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and lawyers have been propelled into suddenly adapting to a world of remote testimony. This requires us to not only become far more tech savvy, but also to recognize and adapt to the unique set of issues that arise from taking and defending depositions and conducting arbitrations and trials using an array of new and rapidly evolving video conferencing technologies. Join us for this informative and timely webinar to learn practical tips for the successful practitioner to recognize, adequately prepare for, and adeptly navigate the challenges and pitfalls of remote testimony in the new era.

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The Roadblock to a Fair Trial (01/21/2021)

Program Number: 3123 Presenter: Jay Goldberg, Esq., Alex Huot, Esq.

When prosecution is wrongly permitted to vouch for a cooperating witness by the misuse of an agreement it had entered into with a government witness. Listen in as Jay Goldberg discusses the problems and remedies to assure a fair trial.

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Professional Responsibility and Irresponsibility for Lawyers and Judges (03/31/2021)

Program Number: 3119 Presenter: Thomas F. Liotti, Esq.

This will be a knockem sockem inspiring program geared to make real lawyers out of those present.Listeners will be transformed from invertebrates to lawyers with back bones. We know that you know how to take a punch but this program will teach you how to ethically deliver them against judges, lawyers and clients. Model Rules of Professional conduct to be addressed are: Client Lawyer Relationships; 1.7, 1.8, 1.10, 1.11 and 1.14 - Advocate Rules; 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 - Transactions with Persons Other Than Clients; 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 - Law Firms and Associations; 5.5 - Information About Legal Services; 7.6 - Maintaining the Itegrity of the Profession; 8.3, 8.4

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Legal and Ethical Issues in Capacity and Mental Health Law (05/12/2020)

Program Number: 3093 Presenter: Carolyn Reinach Wolf, Esq.

Lawyers should be familiar with the standards of capacity for specific legal transactions under relevant statutes and case law. This includes areas such as contracts, criminal law, executing advance directives and guardianship proceedings. We will discuss the “red flags” or signs of “diminished capacity” that a lawyer may observe in a client as well as the ethical guidelines for assessing capacity in accordance with ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, Section 1.14. Last, we will explore the “Mental Health Legal Tool Kit”, offering creative legal solutions to difficult mental health issues.

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Pay Equity Audits and Defense Strategies in Litigation (04/22/2020)

Program Number: 3088 Presenter: Brian D. Murphy, Esq.

This program will address two facets of one of the most pressing issues in the workplace today: pay equity among males and females. This program will provide an overview of the issue and current legal landscape, it will discuss how to effectively perform a pay equity audit to allow employers to identify any pay equity issues among their workforce, and it will address the theories of liability that an employer must be prepared to defend against in pay equity litigation. **Note from Presenter Brian Murphy I am pleased to announce that two colleagues and I co-authored the Employer’s Guide to COVID-19 and Emerging Workplace Issues, published today and available through Castle Publications (https://castlepublications.com/). This is a critical, timely, and useful resource that, over the course of 14 Chapters and nearly 500 pages, covers every conceivable intersection between COVID-19 and federal, California, and NY employment laws. The Guide was designed

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Practical and Procedural Considerations for Domestication of Sister-State and Foreign Judgments in New York (06/25/2020)

Program Number: 3083 Presenter: Jason S. Giaimo, Esq., Chester Ostrowski, Esq.

As the name suggests, this continuing legal education program provides practical and procedural considerations for domestication of sister-state and foreign judgments in New York. The program focuses on both sister-state judgments entered after the defendant’s appearance, as well as those judgments entered on default, and the practical considerations associated with these different types of judgments. The program also addresses domestication of foreign country money judgments, as well as non-monetary judgments. The program aims to provide litigants with real-world, practical advice and tips in navigating the often-used, but murky procedural devices for domestication of sister-state and foreign judgments in New York.

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