Top 10 New Developments in Law Practice for 2019
This seminar has already taken place!
6-Hour Live Webcast. An ALL-NEW 2019 edition of our annual look at some of the biggest new trends in the law & law practice!
This year's course examines new developments in a wide range of practice areas, including:
- Rapidly evolving problems -- and law -- on privacy and cybersecurity
- A new challenge in discovery practice: Ephemeral evidence (electronic communications that automatically disappear)
- Family law developments
- The emerging law of online defamation (for businesses and individuals)
- The major increase in federal enforcement of employer compliance with immigration laws
- The ethics of non-disclosure agreements and technological competence
- Much more!
Agenda for Friday, the 22nd of November 2019
8:30am Central Time - Webcast Begins
(Please be sure to register and tune into the website at least 10 minutes before start time)
Agenda is Approximate and Tentative
8:30 am - 10:00 am - #1 - The Challenge of Online Business Defamation
10:00 am - 10:15 am - Break
10:15 am - 10:30 am - #2 - New Changes to Overtime Laws: How to help your business clients prepare for the big changes
10:30 am - 10:40 am - #3 - The Repeal of Net Neutrality: How It Could Impact Your Small Business Clients
10:40 am - 11:50 am - #4 - A New Challenge in Discovery Practice: Ephemeral Evidence
11:50 am - 1:05 pm - Lunch Break
1:05 pm - 1:15 pm - #5 - The Decline of Personal Injury Practice
1:15 pm - 1:35 pm - #6 - Updates on Top 10 Trends from Previoius Years: New Developments on the Law of Drones, Pets, Food Labeling, and Tax Reform
1:35 pm - 1:50 pm - #7 - Emerging Trends in Family Law
1:50 pm - 2:30 pm - #8 - The New Era of Privacy Law
2:30 pm - 2:45 pm - Break
2:45 pm - 3:15 pm - #9 - The Major Increase in Federal Enforcement of Employer Compliance with Immigration Laws
3:15 pm - 4:15 pm - #10 -Current Issues in Ethics: Technological Competence, Non-Disclosure Agreements, and More
Due to technical requirements, customers must attend a live webcast in its entirety to receive credit for attendance. No partial credit can be accommodated.