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These agenda times pertain to the Live Seminar Program only. Please note Agenda start times may be different for the video replay locations.
8:30 A.M. Registration & Coffee
8:55 A.M. Welcome & Introduction to the Program
- A. Richard M. Blaiklock, Program Chair
9:00 A.M. Business Litigation – It’s a Team Sport!
- Wayne C. Turner
Experience teaches us many things – one of the most important may be that we can’t do it all by ourselves. From evaluating case strengths and weaknesses, to involving transactional or intellectual property expertise, to enhanced or creative ADR, or jury and theme research, or involving special masters under the new Commercial Court rules. Knowing when and how to harness additional expertise is a necessary art.
10:00 A.M. Coffee Break
10:10 A.M. A Primer on Injunctions: The Law and Practical Pointers
- Drew J. Miroff
11:10 A.M. Coffee Break
11:15 A.M. The New Commercial Court: Rules and Practical Pointers from the Bench
- Hon. Heather A. Welch
12:15 P.M. Lunch Break (on your own)
1:15 P.M. Business Litigation and the UCC
- John R. Maley
Battle of the forms and other Article 2 issues in the modern era; a review of core UCC provisions relating to commercial litigation; analysis of key recent case law; discussion of emerging trends; and how battle of the forms are shaking out in the online ecommerce setting.
2:15 P.M. Refreshment Break
2:20 P.M. Ethical Pitfalls of Joint Representation
- Ryan M. Hurley
This session will explore the ethical challenges confronting a lawyer who is asked to represent a corporation and its officers or employees, including: How joint representation impacts a lawyer’s duties of loyalty and maintaining client confidences; and, how to identify potential conflicts of interest along with the disclosures necessary to ensure informed consent to a joint representation.
3:20 P.M. Refreshment Break
3:25 P.M. E-Discovery: 10 Legal and Practical Pointers
- Aaron D. Grant (Presenter), Janelle P. Kilies (Contributing Author)
This session will cover 10 key legal points governing e-discovery, and 10 key practical pointers for practitioners confronted with conducting e-discovery.
4:30 P.M. Adjourn