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2007 Section Annual Conference (San Antonio, TX)


The documents below are written materials from the 2007 Section Annual Conference, April 11-14, 2007 in San Antonio, TX. All files are available in PDF format unless otherwise noted. ( PDF) Please note: You must be a Section of Litigation member and be logged in to access the materials.

Enron: Trying the Corporate Case of the Century

Complex Cases from Mars v. Jurors from Pluto

The Government v. Attorney-Client Privilege

Protecting Your Business’s Business

Corporate Internal Investigations

Key Trends and Issues in 2007 for Employment Litigation

When a Key Player Defects: Strategies for Winning the Trade Secret/Non-Compete Case

Battling Counterfeiting in the 21st Century

In the Zone

Leadership Skills

Better Responses to Future National Crises

International Antitrust Litigation and Enforcement

Is It a New Era for “Gate Keeping” In Toxic Torts?

Privacy Buttons: What’s Being Pushed at the FTC and the Private Sector

Putting Lawyers on the Defensive: When Law Firms Get Indicted

When Law and Technology Collide: Trespass in the Oil Patch

Writing a Winning Legal Argument

First Amendment in Times of War and Peril

Litigation:  Are You Managing the Process or Is the Process Managing You?

The Next Frontier - Federal Rules Changes to E-Discovery

One Size Does Not Fit All: Cross-Examination Styles for Problem Witnesses

Visually Projecting Winning Arguments

E-Discovery:  Challenges for Counsel and the Expert’s Dilemmas

Me and My Shadow: Communication between Experts, Attorneys and Graphics Artists

Timing Is Everything

The Interactive Timeline

Perspectives on CAFA

The Paper Lawyer’s Guide to Electronic Discovery

CSI: San Antonio

Arbitration: Is It a Risk Worth Taking?

Confronting Catastrophe: Pandemics, Hurricanes, Terrorists – Oh My!

Different Venues, Different Verdicts

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Visit The Newsmaker Hour on the Texas Public Radio website to listen to this program from the Section Annual Conference. Moderating the discussion is Dori Ann Hanswirth with the firm Hogan and Hartson, LLP in New York City. On the panel are Professor Geoffrey Stone of the University of Chicago School of Law and John Donnellan, Senior Counsel for the Hearst Corporation.