Recording Date: April 14, 2010
Duration: 105 minutes
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A Judicial Dialogue with Hon. Marina Corodemus (Ret.)

Plaintiffs want protective orders that are adjustable as discovery progresses, while defendants want rigid protective orders to guard intellectual assets. The press wants full access to documents filed in public court systems. “Sunshine in Litigation” initiatives oppose “abusive” secrecy orders. But corporations plead the need to guard their reputations and their ability to create life-saving products. Federal and state rules are changing. The arguments are heating up. Where do you line up?

Agenda and Speakers

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Moderator:
Hon. Marina Corodemus (Ret.) Corodemus & Corodemus Law LLC, Iselin, NJ

Judicial Panel:
Hon. David R. Herndon, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Illinois, East St. Louis, IL
Hon. Sandra Mazer Moss, Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia

Speakers:
David R. Buchanan, Esq., Seeger Weiss LLP, New York
Jeffrey J. Greenbaum, Esq., Sills Cummis & Gross P.C., Newark, NJ
Alan E. Kraus, Esq., Latham & Watkins LLP, Newark, NJ
David Voreacos, Reporter, Bloomberg News, Newark, NJ