2008 ABA Annual Meeting (New York, NY)
The documents below are written materials from the 2008 ABA Annual Meeting. All files are available in PDF format unless otherwise noted. ( )
Leadership: The Next Frontier
The All New 2008 Litigation Quiz Show
Avoiding the First Date Jitters: Tips for Your First Meeting with Your Expert
- » Expert Advice: Practical Tips for the First Meeting with Your Expert
- » Report of the Civil Rules Advisory Committee
International Discovery: Around the World in Ninety Minutes
Keep Elevating Your Game: Lawyers of Color Harnessing Power
The ICC: Should the United States Finally Join or Just Say No?
- » Background on the International Criminal Court
- » CRS Report for Congress: U.S. Policy Regarding the International Criminal Court
In-House Chief Litigation Counsel – What Keeps Them Up At Night?
- » General Counsel Under Fire
- » A Contrarian’s Checklist to Arbitration Clauses
- » First Quarter 2008 Update: Reaching New Heights
A New Frontier in Privacy Litigation: The Advent of Private Lawsuits Over Data Security Breaches
Judicial Criticism: Judges under Fire
Don Giovanni, the Class Action
- » Greater Scrutiny of the Merits During Class Certification: Are Class Action Standards Evolving?
- » Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress--Not Your Average Intentional Tort
Darth Vader V. Clarence Darrow: Choosing High Tech or Low Tech to Reach Your Jury
- » Technology in Your Trial Plan: Siren Songs or Clever Calls?
- » SOX at Six: Is It Working?
- » A Look at Sarbanes-Oxley and its Effect on the Liability of Corporate Parties
- » In-house Counsel and Backdating: What Will They Criminalize Next?
- » The SEC at 70: Let’s Celebrate Its Reinvigorated Golden Years
A Partner is a Partner is a Partner
- » A Partner is a Partner is a Partner: Options for Law Firm Partnership Arrangements and Their Practical and Legal Consequences
The Roberts Court – The Terrible Twos or Childhood Bliss?
The American Press in Times of War: From the Pentagon Papers to Iraq
- » The American Press in Times of War: from the Pentagon Papers to Iraq: Can the press be punished for publishing National Security information? A discussion on whether the American press in times of war should be -- under the relevant statutes, the Constitution, historical traditions, and good public policy -- susceptible to criminal charges for reporting classified information.
The Fourteenth Amendment on Trial
Harnessing the Winds of Change to Bring Balance and Meaning to the Workplace
What Do You Mean I Can’t Spy On The Board? Strategies for Conducting Effective (And Legal) Internal Investigations
- » Is the SEC Targeting Lawyers
- » To Cooperate With the Securities and Exchange Commission or Not to Cooperate – That is the Question – Part II
The Challenges of Working with Children as Interviewees and Witnesses
The Restructuring of America
Texts, Bytes & Video Clips: Discovery & Trial In The Electronic Information Age
- » Lorraine v Markel: Electronic Evidence 101
- » Managing Discovery of Electronic Information: A Pocket Guide for Judges