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2009 ABA Annual Meeting (Chicago, IL)

  The documents below are written materials from the 2009 ABA Annual Meeting. All files are available in PDF format unless otherwise noted. ( PDF)


Avoiding Ethical Minefields when Preparing and Examining Witnesses


Cheap Talk? Witness Payments and Conferring with Testifying Witnesses

Refresher Ethics: Steering Clear of Witness Minefields



Becoming Louis Brandeis: How to Get Trial Experience


The People’s Attorney in the Modern Law Firm: Some Reflections on Justice Louis Brandeis and the Importance of Pro Bono Work in the Professional Development of Young Litigators

 

Electronic Discovery Around the World



It’s a Small World After All: Suing Foreign Companies in the U.S.


Conflicts in the Law of Foreign Antisuit Injunctions

The Enforcement of U.S. Judgments in Europe



Objection! When and How to Object at Trial


Key Objections for Every Trial

 

Social Networks, Blawgs & Podcasts: Business Development Tools for the Internet Age


Social Networks, Blawgs & Podcasts: Business Development Tools for the Internet Age



Ladder to Success: Finding and Keeping Clients

 

A Three Way Street

Business Development – An Agenda for Success

Working the Room: How to Survive and Even Enjoy Your Next Cocktail Party

Ladder to Success: Finding and Keeping Clients

Business Development: Five (Relatively) Painless Practices

 

The Only Three Rules of Cross-Examination


Philosophy and Overview of the Science of Cross-Examination

The Only Three Rules of Cross-Examination

The Chapter Method of Cross-Examination



Top 20 Ways to Protect Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product While Working with Expert Witnesses


Preserving Work-Product Privilege when Working with Expert Witnesses

Twenty Practical Steps to Protect the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Privilege While Working with Experts



Showcase Program: Lessons from History: A Conversation with Former Attorneys General


Antiterroism and the Preservation of Civil Liberties

The National Security Law Report: Advice for the Next Administration and Congress



Arbitration: Has It Fulfilled Its Promises?


The Arbitration Fairness Act: Will the Pendulum Swing Too Far?



Ethical Issues and E-Discovery: How Inside and Outside Counsel Can Work Together


Digital Discovery & E-Evidence

EDRM Model Code of Conduct: Addressing Ethical Challenges of E-Discovery

New Terms of Engagement: Can Inside and Outside Counsel Successfully Partner to Handle the Ethical Challenges of E-Discovery



The Roberts Court – Three’s a Charm?

 

The Roberts Court – Three’s a Charm?



Plenary Program: Litigation at the O.K. Corral: How Cross-Examination Won the West


The Forgotten Trial of Wyatt Earp



Ethics Jeopardy


Movin’ and Groovin’: ABA Addresses Lawyer Mobility with Revised Screening Rule



Subprime Redux: Recent Developments in Subprime Enforcement and Litigation


Subprime Lending as a Public Nuisance: Municipalities Seek to Blame Mortgage Lenders and Wall Street for Inner City Blight


Subprime Redux Program PowerPoint



Trial by Jury: The Judge’s Perspective


A Comment on “Streetwise Litigation” – Unwise Advice for Trial Lawyers

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Trying the ABA’s Principles for Juries and Jury Trials

What Judges Want



A Civil Action: A Debate on Trial Techniques


A Civil Action: A Debate on Trial Techniques



Hot Topics in Environmental Law


A Changing Landscape for Environmental Cleanups

Chemical Management Paradigm Shift: Emerging Regulatory, Marketing, and Litigation Challenges

Climate Change and GHG Regulations

Environmental Compliance in a Recession: CERCLA Contribution Claims Under the Bankruptcy Code

Green (and not so Green) Buildings

Hot Topics in Environmental Law

 

What Chief Litigation Counsel Want You to Know


Corporate Counsel Speaks: Top Tips for Outside Counsel in the New Economic Reality

Message from the Co-Chairs

The Modern Day Beauty Contest



A Winning Beginning: How to Make Phenomenal Opening Statements


A Winning Beginning: How to Make Phenomenal Opening Statements

 

Legal Strategies for Dealing with Anonymous Internet Posters


Identifying Anonymous and Pseudonymous Speakers in Litigation Through Internet Service Providers

Legal Strategies for Dealing with Anonymous Internet Posters: Mock Hearing

 
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