[WEBINAR] Adapting to Remote Litigation, plus Cybersecurity

[WEBINAR] Adapting to Remote Litigation, plus Cybersecurity
Adapting to Remote/Virtual Litigation; What Lawyers & Firms Need to Know About Cybersecurity*
3 NY Credits: 1 Ethics; 2 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional; 3 NJ Credits: 1 Ethics; 2 General (1 CV; 1 LPM)


Program Chairs: Hillary Johns, Hillary Johns Trial Attorney; Robert Kelner, Kelner & Kelner; Rudy Lehrer, Lehrer Law, APC


Program Co-sponsor
: Beverly Hills Bar Association

Faculty: Gabriel Jaime-Bettan, Davis Polk & Wardwell; Mari Byrne, Davis Polk & Wardwell;  Joshua Kelner, Kelner & Kelner;  Daniel C. Lapidus, Lapidus & Lapidus; David Lefkowitz, Wilshire Palisades Law Group, P.C., Daler Radjabov, NYCLA Legal and Technology Operations Manager

ModeratorHillary JohnsHillary Johns Trial Attorney

The first session will discuss what attorneys need to know about conducting virtual depositions and participating in virtual or hybrid trials, including when to agree, advantages and pitfalls, authentication of evidence, examining witnesses and ethical considerations.

 

The second session will focus suggestions for attorneys and firms about cybersecurity and best practices for  keeping their files and client communications safe from scammers.  

 

*Also Session 1 of 3 Evening Bridge the Gap: Litigation Skills and Ethic

 

Member: $55

Non-Member: $65




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When
8/23/2021 5:15 PM - 8/23/2021 7:45 PM
Where
ONLINE WEBINAR New York, NY 10007

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