May 17-18th: As mentioned prior, I’ll be attending LegalTech next week in downtown Los Angeles. At the moment, I’m planning to attend both days.
June 1st: I’m presenting a one-hour CLE for general credit at the Los Angeles County Bar Association Litigation Section Inn of Court, titled, “How to Lose an eDiscovery Case in 30 Days“. The synopsis:
“The steps you take in the first 30 days leading up to the initial ‘Meet & Confer’ can make or break your case. This program will discuss what to do before, during and after to keep you on track.”
June 24th: I’ll be making two one-hour CLE presentations in the computer lab (.5-hour general & .5-hour ethics credit, limited to 25 people per lab) at the California Bar’s Solo and Small Firm Summit at the Anaheim Marriott, titled, “Earth, Wind, Fire, Flood & ESI: Disaster-Planning for the Law Office“. The synopsis:
“A ‘disaster’ encompasses a lot more than you might think. The ‘physical’ office is covered; what about the ‘virtual’ office? If you suffer a catastrophic failure on Monday, can you be back in business Tuesday morning? Are there ethical issues? It’s 2 am. Do you know where your data is?”
Hey, that’s what I get for writing synopses at the last minute, late at night. How many times do you think a tech-weenie like myself has used the line, “It’s 2 am. Do you know where your data is?” (Answer: Too many times!!!).
I’m sure Hillary Clinton thanks me.