Sunday, December 9, 2018

December 12: The Year in Review: Looking Back and Looking Forward


Join Miller Law Group for an Employment Law Update, designed for in-house counsel and human resource professionals. .
Title:
The Year in Review
When/Where:
December 12, 2018
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Register Now!
By:
Miller Law Group
Cost:
Miller Law Group invites you and any of your interested colleagues to attend this web seminar free of charge. All you need is a computer with Internet access and speakers.
Credit:

The website asks for your bar number but does not say which states accept this as credit.






Wednesday, November 28, 2018

November 30: Following, Friending and Pinning: The Intersection of Social Media and Evidentiary Principles

According to the Pew Research Center, 73% of online adults use at least one social media platform. That number grows daily. Learn how to apply evidentiary principles to this medium, discover and build sound strategies to uncover sources and results on an electronic legal research platform and stay up to date on the trends in social media as well as the social media activities of key players in cases as well as gain an understanding of how social media has taken such an important role in society as a whole.


Title:
Following, Friending and Pinning: The Intersection of Social Media and Evidentiary Principles
When/Where:
Webcast
Speaker:
David Friedman
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

Monday, November 26, 2018

November 7, 12, 20, 27: Avoiding the Million Dollar Comma: The Use of Forms in Legal Drafting

The use of forms in drafting legal documents is just one way to increase efficiency and work product quality while at the same time mitigating some of the risk associated with each document. Explore source, types and benefits of forms, find appropriate motion templates, using a form bank.

Title:
Avoiding the Million Dollar Comma: The Use of Forms in Legal Drafting
When/Where:
Webcast
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis



November 28: 2018 eDiscovery Case Law Review

Rapid data growth has created an ever-expanding world of potential evidence that could make or break your next case. Mastering that data is no easy task, requiring legal acumen, an understanding of technology, and close attention to evolving case law. We can help with that.
Join us for an upcoming webinar surveying the most important case law developments of 2018, with Judge Thomas I. Vanaskie of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and a panel of attorney experts. It’s all the eDiscovery case law you need to know from the year so far.
Title:
2018 eDiscovery Case Law Review
Featuring 3rd Circuit Judge Thomas I. Vanaskie
When/Where:
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
11 AM Pacific // 2 PM Eastern
Webcast - Register Now!
Credit:
You will have to apply for credit on your own, but the subject matter and speaker seem appropriate.
Speaker:
Judge Thomas I. Vanaskie was appointed to the Third Circuit Court in 2010, having served at the federal district court level in Scranton for 16 years prior. Over the course of his two decades on the bench, technology has dramatically reshaped how litigation is waged and disputes resolved. But Vanaskie has spearheaded efforts to keep the justice system up to speed. In 2005, he was selected by Chief Justice William Rehnquist to head the Information Technology Committee of the U.S. Judicial Conference, the policy making body for federal courts, a role he served until 2008. Judge Vanaskie may be best known in legal technology circles for authoring what is perhaps the most influential decision on the recovery of electronic discovery costs, Race Tires America.
By:
Logickull.com
More Information And Registration

Sunday, November 25, 2018

December 4, 20+26: When It Doesn’t Stay in Vegas: A Lawyer’s Guide to Workplace Social Media Policies



These days when employees want to complain about their boss or employer, they post it in social media outlets such as Facebook® or Twitter®. So what’s an employer to do? Employers must recognize that social media has changed the labor and employment landscape forever, and they must draft policies that will pass muster with the National Labor Relations Board. In this CLE, we’ll explore social media and discuss connectivity between employees, the role of the NLRB and social media policy language.
Title:
When It Doesn’t Stay in Vegas: A Lawyer’s Guide to Workplace Social Media Policies
When/Where:
Webcast
Speaker:
Jared Millisor
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

December 11+27: Following, Friending and Pinning: The Intersection of Social Media and Evidentiary Principles

According to the Pew Research Center, 73% of online adults use at least one social media platform. That number grows daily. Learn how to apply evidentiary principles to this medium, discover and build sound strategies to uncover sources and results on an electronic legal research platform and stay up to date on the trends in social media as well as the social media activities of key players in cases as well as gain an understanding of how social media has taken such an important role in society as a whole.


Title:
Following, Friending and Pinning: The Intersection of Social Media and Evidentiary Principles
When/Where:
Webcast
Speaker:
David Friedman
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

November 5, 16, 26: Drinking from a Fire Hydrant: Basic Legal Research in the Age of Technology

Technological advancement has enabled humanity to retain and process seemingly endless amounts of information. Nowhere is that more true than in the American legal system. Making sense of the water pouring from that particular fire hydrant is the focus of this course on the fundamentals of basic legal research in the age of electronic legal research.
Title:
Drinking from a Fire Hydrant: Basic Legal Research in the Age of Technology
When/Where:
Webcast - Register Now!
Speaker:
Steve Dubusky
By:
Lexis/Nexis
Credit:
1 credit in most jurisdictions that allow online credit.


Sunday, November 11, 2018

December 6, 12+21: The Modern Campfire: Discovering the Right Stories Using Advanced Legal Research Techniques

Technology has been described as “the campfire around which we tell our stories” and that is especially true in the legal profession. As technology has allowed greater amounts of information to be retained, legal documents are becoming longer and longer and can no longer be ignored. Becoming technologically savvy and staying abreast of advancements is at the very core of the competency of the legal profession. In this course, we will explore the latest technological advancements, strategies for efficiently researching and more.
Title:
The Modern Campfire: Discovering the Right Stories Using Advanced Legal Research Techniques
When/Where:
Webcast - Register Now!
By:
LexisNexis
Credit:
1 Credit in most jurisdictions
More Information And Registration


December 3, 10+17: Drinking from a Fire Hydrant: Basic Legal Research in the Age of Technology

Technological advancement has enabled humanity to retain and process seemingly endless amounts of information. Nowhere is that more true than in the American legal system. Making sense of the water pouring from that particular fire hydrant is the focus of this course on the fundamentals of basic legal research in the age of electronic legal research.
Title:
Drinking from a Fire Hydrant: Basic Legal Research in the Age of Technology
When/Where:
Webcast - Register Now!
Speaker:
Steve Dubusky
By:
Lexis/Nexis
Credit:
1 credit in most jurisdictions that allow online credit.



January 4: Blowing Smoke: Managing New Risks in the Workplace

The National Institute of Drug Abuse puts the cost of substance abuse to our nation at $600 billion in terms of crime, lost work productivity and health care. With workplace drug and alcohol testing laws and regulations changing constantly, discover the history and background of drugs and the workplace, medical marijuana and a drug free workplace, establishing impairment levels and workplace challenges.


Title:
Blowing Smoke: Managing New Risks in the Workplace
When/Where:
Webcast
Speaker:
Jared Millisor
Credit:
1 credit hour in most states that allow online credits.
By:
LexisNexis