LT01

Working with 21st Century Clients

September 15, 2020

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

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The Legal Technology Track

Presented by the Litigation Section

About the Program

Clients today have much different expectations than clients did a generation or two ago. Learn from industry leaders in the law and law firm management how to anticipate, meet, and exceed those evolving expectations.

You Will Learn

  • Alternate fee arrangements—what works, what doesn’t, and what clients want, need, and expect 
  • Cutting edge technology—what you need to know and what you need to have
  • Diversity—what clients expect and how it benefits both of you

CLE Credit: 2.0 CT (1.0 Ethics; 1.0 General); 2.0 NY (0.5 D&I; 0.5 Ethics; 1.0 LPM)

Speakers

David Atkins David P. Atkins
Pullman & Comley LLC, Bridgeport

Silvia Coulter Silvia L. Coulter
LawVision, Manchester, MA

Ping Hsieh An-Ping Hsieh
UConn School of Law, Hartford

Moderator

James_F_Sullivan James F. Sullivan
Howard Kohn Sprague & FitzGerald LLP, Hartford




LT02

Casemaker: Helping in Your Everyday Practice

September 15, 2020

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Eastern Daylight Time)

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The Legal Technology Track

Presented by Casemaker

About the Program

This seminar will showcase how the great tools in Casemaker4 can assist an attorney from the opening of a case through trial and appeal.

You Will Learn

  • About the features of Casemaker4 that can assist you each step of the journey through a case
  • How those tools can make your job easier and assist you in providing the highest level of representation to your client.

CLE Credit: 1.0 CT (General); 1.0 NY (LPM)

Speaker

Rebecca_Skeeles Rebecca Skeeles
Casemaker, Columbus, OH




LT03

Artificial Intelligence: How It Is Going to Change How You Practice Law

September 15, 2020

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Eastern Daylight Time)

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The Legal Technology Track

About the Program

Learn how artificial intelligence (AI) will change how you practice law.

You Will Learn

  • How AI will change how you practice law
  • The ethical implications of using or not using websites that employ AI
  • How our clients’ use of AI in their everyday lives will influence how they expect us to use it in their cases

CLE Credit: 1.0 CT (0.5 Ethics; 0.5 General); 1.0 NY (0.5 Ethics; 0.5 LPM)

Speakers

Ellyn Rosen Ellyn S. Rosen
American Bar Association Center for Professional Responsibility, Chicago, IL

Ury_Frederic Frederic S. Ury
Ury & Moskow LLC, Fairfield




LT04

Cybersecurity: Understanding and Reducing Lawyers’ Essential Risks

September 16, 2020

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

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The Legal Technology Track

Presented by the Cyber Security and Technology Committee

About the Program

This program will focus on the ever-expanding range of risks that lawyers in any type of firm face as a result of cybercrime, including online theft, e-mail compromise and ransomware, as well as errors in IT use and implementation, both in-office and in remote work. The panel will explain current and emerging statutory, ethical, and contractual concerns and provide common sense suggestions for fulfilling those obligations and attendant client expectations. Practical, real-world advice will be offered on basic security precautions and preparations, insurance options, and cooperation with the government. No prior technical experience or aptitude necessary.

You Will Learn

  • How to shield your own and your clients’ confidences, personal data, and funds from cyber-threats
  • How to comply effectively and efficiently with legal and ethical obligations to detect and remediate cyber-security incidents

CLE Credit: 2.0 CT (1.0 Ethics; 1.0 General); 2.0 NY (1.0 AOP; 1.0 Ethics)

Speakers

Dena Castricone Dena M. Castricone
DMC Law LLC, North Haven

Edward Chang Edward Chang
US Attorney's Office, Hartford

Jed-Davis Jonathan E. Davis
The Law Office of Jonathan E. Davis LLC, Brooklyn, NY

Joseph DeMarco Joseph V. DeMarco
DeVore & DeMarco LLP, New York, NY