2008 Section Annual Conference


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2008 Section Annual Conference (Washington, DC)

 

The documents below are written materials from the 2008 Section Annual Conference, April 16–18 in Washington, DC. All files are available in PDF format unless otherwise noted.



Separate but Equal – the Clash Between the President and Congress Over the Power to Wage War




Congressional Investigations: Representing Your Client in This Forum




Gotcha! Top Ten Insurance Traps for Litigators




Managing Technology Overload




The Subprime Meltdown – Enforcement and Litigation Challenges




Crossing the Line – Responding to Prosecutorial Misconduct




Climate Litigation: The Next Asbestos or the Next Y2K?




Internal Investigations and Civil Liabilities: How Cooperating with the Government Impacts Civil Litigation




Mediation Advocacy: Advanced Techniques and New Developments




The “Litigation Hold” and Other ESI Moves: What You and Your Client Need to Know Before Stepping Into the Ring




Real to Reel – Images of Ethics and Professionalism in the Courtroom




China, the New Frontier: Resolving Disputes with Chinese Businesses




Positioning Yourself for Promotion




Shifting the Securities Law Paradigm: The Brave New World of Litigating an Action Arising Under the Federal Securities Laws




The Litigator’s Toolbox: Presenting Winning Legal Arguments to Trial Judges and Administrative Agencies




In the Trenches: Preparing for Your First Trial




Johnny Won't You Blow Your Horn – Whistleblowers: The False Claims Act and SOX




Pardon the Litigation! Current Issues in Class Action Litigation



 
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