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Think Like a Lawyer, Talk Like a Geek 2013: Get Fluent in Technology

Released on: Dec. 2, 2013
Running Time: 06:09:17

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:02:51] Social Media and Advertising Daniel L. Regard ~ CEO/Managing Director, iDiscovery Solutions
Lori E. Lesser ~ Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
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[00:55:28] Cybersecurity David W. Opderbeck ~ Professor of Law & Director, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology, Seton Hall University Law School
Timothy Ryan ~ Managing Director, Kroll Associates Inc.
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[01:01:56] Virtual Games and Virtual Currency Sean F. Kane ~ Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Seth D. Krauss ~ IMG, WME
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[00:59:53] The Anatomy of a Software Development Agreement Miles Farrel ~ American Express Company
Peter Brown ~ Peter Brown & Associates
Wanji J. Walcott ~ Managing Counsel, American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc.
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[01:02:49] Cloud Computing Ian M. Miller ~ Chief Information Officer, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
Jeffrey D. Osterman ~ Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP
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[00:59:04] Big Data Mary Ellen Callahan ~ Jenner & Block LLP
Heidi Messer ~ Co-founder/Chairman, Collective[i]
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Legal issues arising from technology have become a routine part of many lawyers’ daily practices. Technology issues arise in clients’ daily contracts, business negotiations and litigation. Lawyers, who often have no technical training, are required by court rules to report on their client’s technology infrastructure so that a judge may address electronic discovery issues. The proliferation of technology into every aspect of commerce requires that their counsel understand how the client’s increasingly complex technology works and the legal issues created by these innovations in a client’s business.

The lawyer who understands his or her client’s technology will stand out as a respected counselor who can be given challenging and complex issues. The technology-savvy lawyer will have a decided advantage in negotiating contracts or litigating intellectual property or business issues.

This unique program will present extraordinary sessions combining experienced technology lawyers with industry hi-tech experts. You will hear simple and direct explanations of current technologies.

Lecture Topics [Total time 06:09:16]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.
  • Introduction* [00:07:15]
    Peter Brown, Lori E. Lesser
  • Social Media and Advertising [01:02:51]
    Lori E. Lesser, Daniel L. Regard
  • Cybersecurity [00:55:28]
    David W. Opderbeck, Timothy Ryan
  • Virtual Games and Virtual Currency [01:01:56]
    Seth D. Krauss, Sean F. Kane
  • The Anatomy of a Software Development Agreement [00:59:53]
    Peter Brown, Wanji J. Walcott, Miles Farrel
  • Cloud Computing [01:02:49]
    Jeffrey D. Osterman, Ian M. Miller
  • Big Data [00:59:04]
    Mary Ellen Callahan, Heidi Messer

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • Social Media and Advertising: Legal Background
    Lori E. Lesser
  • Hackers and Data Breaches
    David W. Opderbeck
  • Insider Abuse of IT Systems & Incident Response Preparation (PowerPoint)
    Timothy Ryan
  • Business and Legal Issues in Virtual Currency
    Sean F. Kane, Seth A. Metsch
  • Overview of Legal Issues with Virtual Currencies
    Sean F. Kane
  • Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Issues Guidance on Virtual Currency (May 16, 2013)
    Deborah S. Thoren-Peden, Sean F. Kane
  • The Anatomy of a Software Development Agreement
    Peter Brown
  • Cloud Computing (August 27, 2013)
    Ian M. Miller, Jeffrey D. Osterman
  • Big Data
    Mary Ellen Callahan

Presentation Material

  • Social Media and Advertising
    Lori E. Lesser, Daniel L. Regard
  • Cybersecurity
    David W. Opderbeck
  • Cybersecurity: Insider Abuse of IT Systems & Incident Response Preparation
    Timothy Ryan
  • Virtual Games and Virtual Currency
    Sean F. Kane
  • Cloud Computing
    Jeffrey D. Osterman, Ian M. Miller
  • Big Data
    Mary Ellen Callahan
Co-Chair(s)
Peter Brown ~ Peter Brown & Associates
Lori E. Lesser ~ Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Speaker(s)
Mary Ellen Callahan ~ Jenner & Block LLP
Miles Farrel ~ American Express Company
Sean F. Kane ~ Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Seth D. Krauss ~ IMG, WME
Heidi Messer ~ Co-founder/Chairman, Collective[i]
Ian M. Miller ~ Chief Information Officer, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
David W. Opderbeck ~ Professor of Law & Director, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology, Seton Hall University Law School
Jeffrey D. Osterman ~ Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP
Daniel L. Regard ~ CEO/Managing Director, iDiscovery Solutions
Timothy Ryan ~ Managing Director, Kroll Associates Inc.
Wanji J. Walcott ~ Managing Counsel, American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc.

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