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Writing for Litigators 2016

Groupcast  Groupcast

Why You Should Attend Good writing skills are one of a handful of skills necessary to success in the practice of law. What actually is good legal writing?  This program will teach you the secrets of successful legal writing, whether you are writing for judges, partners, or clients. What You Will Learn • Getting started: planning your document and getting it done • Writing to persuade • Legal writing do’s and don’ts • ...

Ethics for Discovery 2016

Groupcast  Groupcast

 Why You Should Attend This program is designed to provide attorneys with an understanding of ethical duties arising in discovery, including obligations impacting investigations and litigation.   Particular emphasis will be given to the new amendments to the federal discovery rules, including discussion of the rules in practice during the first seven months after their effective date, emerging issues for litigants, and the intersection ...

Writing for Transactional Lawyers 2016

Groupcast  Groupcast

Why You Should Attend By attending this program you will learn principles of effective writing and drafting to enhance your transactional practice.  Particular emphasis will be given to the perspectives of the end users:  your clients and those who litigate commercial disputes. What You Will Learn • Crisp and clear drafting techniques, including the use of “Plain English” • Tailoring your writing ...

The Attorney-Client Privilege and Internal Investigations 2016

Groupcast  Groupcast

Why You Should Attend This concise program addresses the current legal developments and insightful practice pointers emerging from the attorney-client privilege and internal investigations.  Led by a program chair who was a former federal prosecutor and is currently outside counsel, attendees will hear faculty discuss all perspectives of an issue, giving a complete overview of the related ethical questions and some pathways to navigate them.   ...


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