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Emojis and the Law

Program Number: 2992 Presenter: Eric Goldman, Esq.

Can emojis form a contract? Can you go to jail for using emojis? The rapid adoption of emojis generates some interesting questions for our legal system. While many of those questions pose standard interpretative challenges to courts, emojis have a half-dozen unique attributes of emojis that create potential interpretation challenges for courts and litigators. This talk will explain what's new and unique about emojis and the law, including the interpretation and intellectual property issues they raise.

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What Millennial Lawyers Want!

Program Number: 2986 Presenter: Susan Smith Blakely, Esq.

The Facts about Millennial Lawyers: The Values that Millennial Lawyers Bring to the Profession; What Millennial Lawyers Want from Law Practice; The Challenges for Law Firms to Initiate Changes to Retain and Develop Millennial Lawyers; and The Similarities Between the Values of Millennial Lawyers and Lawyers of The Greatest Generation. We’ve activated author discount code USZP-DLMP#200733 for 33% off purchases of the print book from 5/15 to 5/30, available at the Wolters Kluwer website: https://www.wklegaledu.com/Blakely-MillenialLawyers1/

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Getting Your Ducks in a Row for the California Consumer Privacy Act

Program Number: 2985 Presenter: Sadia Mirza, Esq.

Data privacy took center stage in 2018. The European Union's (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May 2018, and California quickly followed suit with its own privacy protection law, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). The CCPA greatly expands privacy protections for California residents by providing greater transparency and control over how certain businesses use their personal information. Come next year, California residents will have rights similar in principle to those afforded to EU residents, including the right to access information, right to deletion, right to data portability, and the right to opt out of the sale of their personal information. Businesses subject to the CCPA need to get their ducks in a row early to comply with the CCPA, which goes into effect on January 1, 2020. During this webinar, Troutman Sanders’ attorney Sadia Mirza will cover the scope of the act, key definitions, the new rights afforded

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The Importance of Intellectual Property Protection in Crowdfunding/Crowd financing

Program Number: 2976 Presenter: David Postolski, Esq.

Regardless of the type of product or service you ae crowdfunding or the site/portal you might be using, protecting your intellectual property first is a prerequisite. Intellectual Property includes trade secrets, patents, trademarks, and copyright and this presentation will explore the differences in each and the pitfalls of using crowdfunding without securing your protection. BY learning from others mistakes in not securing their IP will enable participants to fully maximize their crowdfunding experience and achieve their goals.

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Sedona Provides Updated, Practical Guidance for Legal Holds

Program Number: 2975 Presenter: Donna L. Fisher, Esq., Matthew J. Hamilton, Esq., Jason Lichter, Esq., Robin E. Martin, Esq.

Good-faith, reasonable, and proportional document preservation should be top of mind for any entity trying to satisfy its discovery obligations and mitigate the risks associated with failing to preserve potentially relevant, discoverable electronically stored information. Given the increasing volume and variety of ESI, determining what to preserve—and when to do so—is vital. This panel discussion, featuring four experienced litigators and e-discovery experts from Pepper Hamilton LLP, will use the recently announced Sedona Conference Commentary on Legal Holds, Second Edition as a starting point for a discussion of recent case law and best practices for determining when a legal hold should be imposed, the types of data to be preserved and what steps should be taken to create an effective and defensible preservation program. As they will emphasize, distributing the legal hold is typically only the first step in the process –oversight and periodic refinement are key to its

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The Role of Social Media in E-Discovery: Current Developments for All Attorneys

Program Number: 2971 Presenter: Theresa M. Coughlin, Esq., Kristen A. Lejnieks, Esq.

As social media takes on an increasingly central role in people's lives, all attorneys must understand the implications of this expansion on e-discovery. This presentation covers preservation, collection, and processing issues unique to social media and emerging social media case law.

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11 Months In – What You Need to Know About GDPR Scope and Enforcement Actions

Program Number: 2968 Presenter: Odia Kagan, Esq.

Having gone into effect on May 25, 2018 with a “big bang”, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) overhauled how many companies handle personal data. 11 months in, after the publication of new guidelines on the extraterritorial scope of GDPR and a number of enforcement actions, we have more clarity about what companies fall in scope and things to keep in mind when working on compliance. In this webinar, Odia Kagan, Partner and Chair of GDPR Compliance and International Privacy at Fox Rothschild LLP, will discuss how GDPR applies to you if you are a non-EU entity, key takeaways from enforcement actions and how this all relates to the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

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Lessons from 'Michael Cohen v. United States'

Program Number: 2964 Presenter: Kelly Cullen, Esq., Wendy Curtis, Esq., E. Scott Morvillo, Esq., Ellen Murphy, Esq., Jeremiah Weasenforth, Esq.

On April 9, 2018, the FBI raided the office, home, and hotel room of President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, seizing business records, emails, and electronic data from computers and data storage devices. Because Cohen is an attorney, the documents seized needed to be reviewed for attorney-client privileged communications before they could be turned over to federal investigators. The Court considered using Technology Assisted Review or “TAR” to expedite the privilege review process, but ultimately decided against it. This seminar will explore TAR, how and why it’s an important tool in certain litigations, and why requiring the use of TAR as the sole arbiter for a privilege review in a criminal case is improper and potentially unconstitutional.

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