ABA - National Legal Malpractice Conference
April 14 - 16, 2010
Spring conference sessions include:
- An opening plenary on legal writing presented by The Honorable Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States and Bryan Garner.
- An examination of the interface between emerging social media and law firm culture and practice.
- A survey of new web-based products that can make the practice of law more effective, and more affordable.
- An examination of whether emergent legal technology is transforming legal standards of care?
- An entertaining look at how the best poker strategies and current psychological research can give you a negotiating edge.
- A careful review of important new case law and its implication for lawyers’ professional liability practice.
- How intentional tort and fraud claims can transform a garden-variety malpractice claim into a complex litigation puzzle.
- Legal malpractice trends and developments in the real estate realm.
- The potential for malpractice liability in international practice settings.
- A roundtable discussion on the teaching of legal liability in law schools.
- Firm-counsel roundtable on potential liability exposure of investigators in internal investigations.
Barry Cohen is one of speakers addressing "The Game Changer: How Emergent Legal Technology May Be Reshaping Legal Standards of Care". Nilam Sharma is a speaker on the subject of "When in Rome – Why U.S. Lawyers Should Tread Carefully Abroad".
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