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  1. Polycom Solutions for Microsoft Webinar
    Register for the Polycom Solutions for Microsoft Webinar to learn more!

  2. Virtual LegalTech “Live” Show
    December 14th Webinar Agenda

    9:00 – 10:00 am ET – Information Governance: Managing your Information to Reduce the Costs of Discovery – CLE Eligible

    9:30 – 10:30 am ET – Ethical and Privilege Issues for Pharmaceutical Whistleblowers Counsel – Ethics CLE Eligible

    10:00 – 11:00 am ET – Facing the Legal Dangers of Social Media – CLE Eligible

    11:15 am – 12:15 pm ET – Advanced Technologies Changing the Legal Industry

    12:15 – 1:15 pm ET – Frontiers of E-Discovery: What you Need to Know about Predictive Coding – CLE Eligible

    1:30 – 2:30 pm ET – Addressing and Assessing the Risks of Moving to the Cloud – CLE Eligible

    2:30 – 3:30 pm ET – The Crossroads of Technology and Technique: New Approaches for Driving Revenue from Your Most Important Clients

    3:00 – 4:00 pm ET – Ethical Considerations in the New Era of Whistleblower Claims Under Dodd-Frank and Other Statutes – Ethics CLE Eligible

    3:45 – 4:45 pm ET – Back to the Future: The Most Important 2020 E-Discovery Cases, and a Look Ahead to 2011 – CLE Eligible.

    *Some sessions are CLE eligible in certain states!

    *CLE Information

    At this time Virtual LegalTech is accredited for CLE in New York, California, Florida, and Illinois. Complimentary CLE will only be offered for accredited states by attending the Virtual LegalTech show on December 14, 2010. Please note that each session is 60 minutes in length and worth 1 credit each. In order to receive CLE credit for any individual session, you must remain in the session in its entirety. Therefore if you are viewing a program with the intention of earning CLE credits you will be unable to view two programs running simultaneously.

  3. The Young Lawyer & LLCs, Partnerships and Unincorporated Entities Committees invite you to attend a joint dinner during the Business Law Section Spring Meeting in Boston.

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    The Young Lawyer & LLCs, Partnerships and Unincorporated Entities Committees are pleased to invite you to attend a joint dinner during the Business Law Section Spring Meeting in Boston.

    Where: Mantra Restaurant
    52 Temple Street
    Boston, MA 02111

    When: Thursday, April 14, 2011
    7:00 p.m. – Cocktail Reception
    8:00 p.m. – Dinner

  4. Art Showcase + Xmas sale, 15th December at The book Club

    Time: Wednesday, December 15 · 6:00pm – 11:30pm

    Location : The Book Club
    100 Leonard Street, EC2A 4RH , Old Street / Liverpul Street
    London, United Kingdom

  5. Investment Canada After BHP/Potash
    International Arbitration Canadian Style: A Distinctive Approach?

    A Holiday Double Feature on December 16
    Presented by
    The ABA Section of International Law Canada Committee
    In Collaboration With
    The Canadian Bar Association National Section of International Law
    International Trade and Investment Comittee
    The Ontario Bar Association International Law Section

    Investment Canada after BHP/Potash
    12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST

    This program will provide an overview of the process followed by the Government of Canada under the Investment Canada Act leading to the rejection of the acquisition of PCS by BHP. The speakers will discuss the procedure prescribed under the Act, the approach followed by BHP and its potential effect on the outcome, the role played by the Province of Saskatchewan and other provinces and the future message for foreign investors in Canada. Is this a unique situation or is this the dawn of a new protectionism of economically strategic assets?


    Sandra Walker, Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP
    William Pristanski, Prospectus Associates
    Dr. Roger Gibbins, President and CEO, Canada West Foundation
    Jeff Barnes, Moderator, Heenan Blaikie LLP

  6. Law Technology News and The American Lawyer are pleased to present the 7th Annual Law Firm Chief Information & Technology Officers Forum, a leading event taking place in conjunction with LegalTech New York on February 1-2, 2011 at the Hilton New York Hotel.

    This conference will update you on the best strategies for managing the law firm’s IT department and cutting-edge updates on new and emerging technologies that can dramatically increase the profitability and efficiency of the firm. Join your colleagues for an exciting and valuable program!

    Tuesday, February 1, 2011 (Day 1)

    8:30 AM
    CIO Forum Registration & Continental Breakfast in the CIO Exhibits Area

    9:00 AM
    LegalTech Keynote: United Nations War Crimes Investigations – Information Management in High-Volume Legal Proceedings

    Gonzalo de Cesare
    Political Advisor, North Eastern Bonsnia
    European Union Police Mission in Bosnia & Herzegovina

    10:10 AM
    CIO Forum Opening Remarks

    10:20 AM
    The Law Firm Partners’ Perspective on IT and Expectations of the CIO

    Todd Corham
    Chief Information Officer
    Lowenstein Sandler PC

    11:10 AM
    Morning Networking Break in the CIO Exhibits Area

    11:30 AM
    The CIO in the Driver’s Seat: Capitalizing on Key IT Strategies to Drive the Firm’s Economics

    12:20 PM
    Luncheon: New Drivers in Privacy and Security Issues

    Michael Downey
    Partner, Legal Ethics and Risk Management Practice
    Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

    Robert Bjornsti
    Vice President – Law Department
    AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company

    1:50 PM
    Managing the Risk Portfolio and Data in Motion

    Pat Archbold
    Risk Practice Group Leader
    IntApp, Inc.

    2:40 PM
    What CIOs should Know About Electronic Discovery

    Marilyn Caldwell
    President, East Coast Chapter
    Association of Litigation Support Managers, ECALSM

    3:30 PM
    Afternoon Networking Break in the CIO Exhibits Area

    3:50 PM
    Strategic IM Trends: Data Architecture, Governance and Compliance

    4:40 PM
    Managing the Explosion of Data

    Oz Benamram, Esq.
    Chief Knowledge Officer
    White & Case LLP

    John Sroka
    Duane Morris LLP

    5:30 PM
    CIO & CTO Forum – Networking Reception

    Wednesday, February 2, 2011 (Day 2)

    8:30 AM
    CIO Forum Registration & Continental Breakfast in the CIO Exhibits Area

    8:50 AM
    Day 2 Opening Remarks

    9:00 AM
    Emerging Issues in IT: Cloud computing, moving to the DR site

    Michael D. Aginsky
    Chief Technology Officer
    Gibbons P.C.

    Chris S. Romano
    Chief Information Officer
    Ward and Smith P.A.

    9:45 AM
    Desktop Virtualization

    10:30 AM
    Morning Networking Break in the CIO Exhibits Area

    10:50 AM
    Enterprise Search: Sharing Implementation and Configuration Experiences

    Patrick DiDomenico
    Chief Knowledge Officer
    Gibbons P.C.

    Bill Puncer
    Director, Market Outreach, Lexis Search Advantage

    Stuart Kay
    Director, Global Business Systems
    Baker & McKenzie LLP

    11:35 AM
    Aligning Rollout Implementation with the Firm’s Business Goals

    Janis Richman
    Senior Consultant
    Capensys LLC

    Craig Keller
    Business Development Director
    Capensys LLC

    12:15 PM
    Supporting Social Media and New Consumer Electronics

    Frank J. Spadafino
    Chief Information Officer
    Epstein, Becker Green P.C.

    1:00 PM
    Closing Remarks

    *Attendees will receive a complimentary pass to LegalTech including all sessions and the cocktail party on the opening day, January 31, 2011!

    Register by Friday, December 17 and save up to $500 off the law firm rates!

    Mention Priority Code EMCIO2 when registering.

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