Tag Archives: LPMT

Calbar Family Law Section Hosts Social Media Meet-Up at 86th Annual Meeting

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The State Bar of California Family Law Section hosts a social media meet-up at #CalbarAM13!  It will be held at The Loft Bar & Bistro,
90 South 2nd Street, San Jose, CA on Thursday, October 10th at 6:00 PM. Socialize with the
California Young Lawyers Association, LPMT, Family Law, Business, IP, International
Law & more!

The official hash
tag for the event is: #InterSection.  See you there!

Calbar LPMT Section Annual Free Membership Offer Kicks Off Today!

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Beginning August 5th and ending August 24th, the State Bar of California Law Practice Management and Technology Section offers free memberships through the end of 2013 to attorneys and non-attorneys alike.  This is a great opportunity to test-drive the section for free!  For more details about the benefits we offer and how to get your free membership, click here.

eDiscovery California: Upcoming Presentations: CalBar 85th Annual Mtg

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Why have I been missing in action the past couple of weeks?  Because I over-committed, that's why!  Note to self: Don't propose two presentations for the CalBar 85th Annual Meeting, thinking that only one will be selected…WRONG!!!  So, to kick-off my re-appearance on this blawg, here are my two upcoming presentations in Monterey:

eDiscovery eVolution: Crawl, Walk, then Run Your Case!  (Program 25)

Thursday, October 11, 2012  4:15 p.m.-5:15 p.m.

Strategy matters, and litigation is a term of art and a
little showmanship. Learn how to strategize during a case to get the
most out of each other for the clients' benefit.

Presenters:  Perry L. Segal, Derick Roselli

CLE: 1.0 Hour General Credit

This is going to be a good one, because I'm taking the role of attorney (type-casting) and my LPMT colleague, Derick Roselli, takes the role of technology expert; which is his true specialty at HP/Autonomy.  We're going to do a walk-through of a case from the perspective of the attorney consulting with his expert on a case, from start to finish.

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The Cloud: Secure? Yes. Ethical? Not so FAST!  (Program 50)

Friday, October 12, 2012  10:30 a.m.-12 noon

It's essential to conduct due diligence regarding a
vendor's security practices to insure the confidentiality of client
data. Even if the data is believed to be secure, it may violate an
attorney's legal/ethical obligations. Learn the next step– assuring
client communications are secure and ethical.

Presenters, Perry L. Segal, Donna Seyle

CLE: 1.5 Hours of Which 1.0 Hour Applies to Legal Ethics

Donna Seyle is another of my LPMT colleagues, and we're going to do a practical examination of attorney ethics rules – both ABA and California – as they pertain to data and social media interaction in the cloud.  Our goal is to explain to attorneys how even a secure cloud may violate ethical obligations to the client if additional precautions are not followed.

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I 'officially' assume the Chairmanship of LPMT at noon, Sunday, October 14th.  Here we go!

e-Discovery California: #LPMT Offers Free Membership to ALL #Calbar Members

Hot on the heels of Calbar's Annual Meeting offer, my Law Practice Management & Technology Section is doing you one better:

"During the month of August, you have an opportunity to join the LPMT Section free and enjoy the benefits of membership.  To receive your FREE LPMT Section membership for the remainder of 2011, just send your name and California State Bar number to LPMT at LPMT@calbar.ca.gov by August 27."