As technology becomes faster and more efficient, more firms and courts are switching to E-Service. Learn about the reasons behind this move and why courts are using it during this free webinar. The discussion will highlight some of the potential pitfalls of using e-mail and other traditional exchanges for service, as well as motivators for the courts to switch to E-Service. Also, learn about the advantages it provides your firm, such as increased communication, organizational efficiencies and improved client relations. You will also learn best practices for promoting E-Service to your colleagues, judges and opposing counsel, and much more.Title:
Topics will include:
Topics will include:
- Trends for E-Service: Why is it becoming the norm for courts and firms? What courts are using it?
- The pitfalls of email-based and other traditional exchanges
- Court motivators embracing E-Service: Staff time, decreased appearances, minimized discovery issues, budget management assistance, real time repositories, etc.
- Firm-wide considerations supporting E-Service: Increased communication and mobility, organizational efficiencies, economic savings, improved security and delivery, and client relations improvement
- Best practices for promoting E-Service to your partner, presiding judges or opposing counsel—Adoption trends and court rules to consider
- The keys to successful CMOs and stipulations: Key terms, definitions, required language, etc.
- Recent literature supporting E-Service and other motion considerations.
Becoming the Rising Star – Best Practices for Promoting & Using E-Service with the Court and at Your Firm
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Eastern
- Hon. Jo-Lynne Lee, Superior Court of Alameda County
- Lee Cirsch, The Lanier Law Firm
- Jessica Hatrak, Paralegal, The Lanier Law Firm
- Sharon Hamilton, Paralegal, Schiff Hardin LLP
- Yakov Wiegmann, Schiff Hardin LLP.
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