Location: 2nd Floor Auditorium
Course ID: C10102012
Number of Sessions: 1
Credits: 1.5 MCLE Credits
1.5 MCLE Credits: 1PP/LPM; 0.5 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional (also NJ)
Learn about the areas of legal practice that have grown to rely on video conferencing (VC) including the taking of depositions, communicating with clients via secure audio/visual systems, the courts' use of video for violent offenders and using video to increase capacity and efficiency.
For attorneys who are already engaged in video conferencing this program will build on their knowledge and provide them information on the latest in developing hardware and software technologies than can assist them in building an effective video conferencing program.
Some of the topics to be discussed include:
- How lawyers can take depositions, schedule and conduct hearings more efficiently.
- How legal professionals can easily interview witnesses and confer with experts as needed.
- How records of client-lawyer discussions can be secured via video recording and archiving.
- How attorneys can review exhibits, documents, and contracts with colleagues across the country, reducing time and travel expenses.
- How witnesses, experts, and defendants can provide critical testimony in a safe and secure environment.
- How legal professionals can easily conduct follow up conferences with experts regardless of distance or geographical location.
- How meeting participants can conduct conferences globally at any time without a reservation.
- How to VC helps accelerate cases through the system.
6:00 -- 6:45 PM Video Conferencing Technology Demonstrations and Networking Reception
6:45 -- 8:00 PM Panel Discussion
Program Co-sponsored and Underwritten By: Whitlock
Faculty: Charles Gayner, Maloof, Lebowitz,Connahan & Oleska, PC; Michael Goldman, Director Global Accts., Crestron Corporation; Julian Phillips, Vice President, Whitlock; Juan Reyes, Reed, Smith, LLP
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