All times below for the listed sessions are Eastern Time.
This session will discuss how big data and the variety of data sources are forcing a greater emphasis on pre-litigation data discovery, as well as integration and automation of enterprise on-premise platforms and cloud platforms before and during legal discovery. Panelists will discuss topics such as:
+ Drivers for Discovery Needs Today
+ Differentiating Data and Legal Discovery Trends Toward Integration and
+ Automation Whether Cloud Automation if Revolutionizing Discovery
+ Impact of International Data Privacy Concerns and GDPR on Data and Legal Discovery
A lawyers’s ability to negotiate is in many ways the most important skill a lawyer can have. In this session, technology lawyer, negotiator, author and frequent speaker on negotiating skills, Mark Grossman will give you the benefit of what he learned in his 30 plus years as a technology lawyer and negotiator.
In this session, you will learn to:
Understand the importance of knowing your BATNA - Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement
Understand why listening is an important negotiating skill
Handle people who use bullying as a negotiating tactic
Use the mere passage of time to your advantage
Get the other side to reveal their unspoken agenda
Trade items that are unimportant to you to gain important concessions
Strategically use escalations to gain concessions
Appreciate the significance of this Grossman-ism – “He who drafts sets the agenda”
Differentiate those rare situations where email negotiations help
Use WebEx to speed up your negotiations
Use "authority" and “lack of authority” strategically
Understand how to use back channel communication effectively
Negotiate precise contract language
Use an important takeaway in team negotiating strategy from Marlon Brando in “The Godfather"
The United States District Court for the Southern District Court of Florida is now revising it’s Local Rule 16.1 on Pretrial Procedure in Civil Actions. The revisions pertain to Rule 16.1(b), Scheduling Conference and Order. The amendments will go into effect on December 1, 2017. These amendments include an excellent new 33-point e-discovery checklist. Ralph Losey will speak about the Court's checklist and preparing for the Case Management Conference, including preparation of a parties proposed Discovery Plan.
Case Management has evolved from simply aggregating the documents surrounding discovery to a collection of actionable intelligence in the business of litigation. Complex legal environments with vast amounts of data are no longer large company problems, whether it is thousands of cases or a few large multi-district matters, capturing and repurposing work product is as important as the documents that are used to try a case. This session will discuss the advances of technology and how to implement new a process using technology and best practices.
This evolution has occurred using visual analytics to gain control and begin to understand the business of litigation. From jurisdictional settlement analysis to product/drug/ip specific business intelligence, case documents now serve the corporations business decisions.
Selecting a vendor can be very time consumming. Learn the multiple solutions from experts that deal with this issue.
Brief summary of ethical considerations
- applicable Model Rule
- standard of care
- needs of the case and client
- EDRM spectrum coverage, and teams involved
Vendor Contract Negotiation and Terms
- understanding subcontractors/third party product
Vendor Qualifications and Capabilities
- due diligence
Document Review Team
- language/technical ability
In-House vs.Outsourced Discovery
- on-prem or cloud
- qualitative differences in software v. price
- EDRM coverage
Choosing Outside Counsel
- footprint in venue
- success record
- support and infrastructure
Let the experts at deep blu seafood grille prepare a diverse culinary journey that will awaken your palette. Prepared by world-renowned chefs, your meal will not only be delectable but sustainable. All of the fresh Atlantic seafood comes direct from Clean Fish, an organization that works with the finest sustainable fisheries in the area. Additionally, the restaurant predominately buys produce from local farmers.
As for deep blu seafood grille's atmosphere, it's sublime and divine. The contemporary décor is warm and inviting while the open kitchen is apt to stoke your appetite to explore unchartered courses. You may even be inspired to try out one of our private dining options. These secluded settings are perfect for couples, families, and business travelers looking for a quiet spot to seal the deal.
TOP NOTCH SEAFOOD
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You have not truly lived until you've partaken in a one-of-a-kind chef demonstration at deep blu seafood grille at the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek. Our world-renowned chefs await you with a four to five course tasting menu for a maximum of four guests.
You'll be seated at the counter in our open air kitchen, providing you with an up close and personal look at the food as its being prepared especially for you.
The perfect spot for your small gatherings
The private dining room is the perfect spot to hold your small gathering at the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort. Our Bonnet Creek hotel boasts several options, including one room that can accommodate up to 32 guests for either business events or personal gatherings.
For parties of 10 or more, please call us at 407-390-2423.