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Providing insights into all aspects of the litigation process, from pre-litigation strategy, to effective witness preparation, and the trial, Blake Heath and Clayton Crawford highlight winning litigation strategies for a variety of insurance cases. They discuss discovery, identify critical documents to every insurance case, cross-examination and alternative dispute resolution procedures.
Every corporation will face a crisis at some point. Nixon-Peabody Partner and Crisis Management Specialist Scott O'Connell and public relations expert Mike Lawrence discuss the tension created between the needs of the counsel and the needs of the business in a crisis.
This course guides you through key procedures, “to do’s,” and issues when your company is faced with major litigation.
In this program, ADR experts discuss what mediation is and when it is the right solution, how parties prepare for mediation, when to mediate, the role of physical environment in successful mediation, the basic process of mediation, the mediator’s opening statement, the joint session, dealing with emotion during mediation, the caucus, impasses and how to avoid or break them, and the mediation agreement.
Taught by nationally recognized labor lawyer and former NLRB trial attorney Janet Goldberg McEnery and moderated by labor law expert Andrew W. McLaughlin, this class presents a collection of interesting new developments in labor and employment law with particular focus on new and potential future developments at the National Labor Relations Board.
Preparing for the unexpected is the best way of ensuring that last minute revelations don’t ruin your case. These cases often pit the policyholder against its insurer while at the same time forcing the policyholder and its insurer to join forces to fend off liability claims from third parties. This maze of conflicting relationships creates difficult questions of privilege and work product protection. How these issues are managed in the early stages of a complex insurance coverage action can be o
Run time: 77 minutes
Simpson and Miller will share what they believe the so-called Serial case can teach civil and criminal attorneys, courts, the prosecution and defense about evidence – and what not to do with it. They will use Maryland v. Syed to illustrate 10 evidentiary pitfalls, their consequences and how to avoid them.
Run Time: 94 minutes
In this course, four eDiscovery luminaries discuss the 2015 FRCP updates to Rules 26(d)(2), 34(b)(2)(B), 34(b)(2)(C) and 37(e).
Run Time: 68 minutes
In this course, four eDiscovery luminaries discuss the 2015 FRCP updates to Rules 1, 4(m), 16(b), 26(b)(1), 26(c)(1) and 26(f).
By using the methods presented, you can quickly find the information that you’re looking for regarding people, businesses, and assets so that you can conduct your analysis and make your determinations quickly and efficiently. There are billions of public records documents, legal records as well as news and financial information – so there’s a lot of information out there to sift thru, and we’ll show you the best techniques to get the information on the entities you’d like to research.