Our Second Annual!

This program received great reviews last year! People value the relatively intimate size of the program, so they can interact with the faculty and other members of the audience. They especially value the number of in-house counsel who participate and the selection of hot topics we address. We don’t overpack the agenda, which allows the presenters to offer more than a cursory review. Register now to attend in person, or register for the live webcast so you can attend from the comfort of your, well, wherever you are.

Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017

7:30 | Registration & Breakfast

8:45 |

Paul Wojcicki, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney Ltd.
Sean Byrne, Byrne Law
James Roof, The Claro Group
Tom Hagy, Managing Director, HB Litigation Conferences LLC

9:00 | Managing Data: Litigation Holds, Data Retention Policies & The Ubiquitous Microsoft 365 Exchange

A review of cautionary tales
Evolving technology, features, downsides
Competitive landscape
The expanding data types: beyond documents and email
Identifying and informing custodians
Monitoring and auditing compliance

Michael S. Gardner, Managing Director, Claro Group
Bruce Malter, VP Consulting Solutions, eTera Consulting
Sean Byrne, Byrne Law

10:00 | Responding to Government Investigations

Best practices your company and client should consider
Navigating the risks associated with an investigation
Responding to document subpoenas and interview requests
Establishing a working dialogue with federal investigators and prosecutors

Speakers: Two former Assistant U.S. Attorneys
Christopher Grohman, Partner, Duane Morris
Philip N. Fluhr, LeClairRyan

11:00 | Break

11:15 |
 Emerging Insurance Losses and Claims

Cyber losses: claims being made and how courts are ruling
1st and 3rd party losses
Environmental, toxic tort and product liability claims
Policyholder and insurer perspectives

Cinthia Granados Motley, Co-Chair Cybersecurity & Privacy Groups, Sedgwick LLP
additional speakers to be announced

12:15 | Lunch

1:30 |
 Value-Based Legal Billing Arrangements

The alternative fee landscape
Myths, legends and benefits
Defining the value of legal services
The various types of fees
Choosing what’s right for the client and the firm
Getting started

Mari Henry Leigh, Legal Fee Expert
F. Samuel Eberts, III, Chief Legal Officer, Corporate Secretary & Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs, LabCorp
Ethan E. Trull, Partner, Co-Leader of the Commercial Litigation Practice Group, Nixon Peabody LLP
Paul Wojcicki, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney Ltd.

2:30 |
 Legal Ethics & Risks of Social Media

How social media is being used in the legal market
Potential pitfalls and best practices
Relevant ABA ethics rules
Preserving social media for discovery

Caren Silverman Safra
, Client Relations Specialist, LexisNexis

3:30 | Break

3:45 |
 Employment Hot Topics Roundtable

Mandatory Arbitration: The impact of pending challenges and appeals
ERISA: The impact of this year’s Supreme Court ruling
Gender pay: Risks and best practices to stay compliant, avoid claims
Salary History: How employers can address this evolving restriction
Overtime: Lessons learned from recent matters and being proactive

Chad Layton, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney
Charles A. Krugel, Human Resources Attorney & Counselor

4:45 | Adjourn