February 13, 2020

Page Three

Practice and Professionalism

Building Your Practice 140 Characters at a Time

Social Media 2.0: The Next Generation of Hyperconnectivity
Daniel A. Schwartz

I Tweet. Therefore, I Am.
Daniel A. Schwartz

Tweet Me Right: A Practical Primer for Developing Relationships and Clients through Twitter
Jared D. Correia

Trial Lawyers Tackle Twitter
Antigone Peyton and Ernie Svenson

Cybersecurity: It's Not Just About BigLaw Anymore

Three Lessons Learned from a Data Breach Investigation
Behnam Dayanim and Mary-Elizabeth Hadley

Cybersecurity as a Global Concern in Need of Global Solutions: Some Recent Financial Regulatory Developments
V. Gerard Comizio, Behnam Dayanim and Laura E. Bain

Risks in the Cloud: Mitigating Cybersecurity Risks by Adhering to Ethical Duties
Heather Morgan and Ankush Dhupar

Displaying Professionalism When Clients Allege Wrongdoing and Malpractice

Displaying Professionalism When Clients Allege Wrongdoing and Malpractice
Dolores Dorsainvil, Andrew Schpak, Justin Swartz, Brenda Sutton-Wills and Dayna E. Underhill

Selected Model Rules of Professional Conduct and Ethics Opinions

Ethically “Blawging” Your Way to Success

The Potential and Perils of Legal Blogging
Donna M. Ballman, Eric B. Meyer and Jonathan Turley

Screw You Guys, I'm Going Home: Non-Compete Agreements--Top 5 Ways to Get Out of Yours
Donna M. Ballman

Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson: Surviving Doesn't Mean You Can Say Anything at Work
Donna M. Ballman

Ethics of eDiscovery in Complex Litigation

Ethics of eDiscovery in Complex Litigation
Sheena R. Hamilton, Charles Kellner and Kim-An Hernandez

When the Ethics Rules Become a Sword

Hypothetical: Model Rules of Professional Conduct
Richard Roseblatt

All papers, listed below, in one file:

Lobbing Accusations of Unethical Conduct

Erika L. Leonard

Moving To Disqualify

Delyanne Barros

Threatening Sanctions

Kimberly McCoy-Cruz

Reporting Opposing Counsel to Disciplinary Committees and Moderator

James Allmendinger

Wage and Hour

Arbitration of Wage & Hour Claims

Who Decides? Do Courts or Arbitrators Determine if an Arbitration Agreement Allows Class Proceedings?
Rob Friedman and Sean McCrory

Costs of Defense in Mass Individual Arbitrations: A Case Study
Matthew C. Helland

Are Unpaid Internships Still Viable?

Are Unpaid Internships Still Viable?
Hon. M. Patricia Smith, Rachel M. Bien, Susan Nadler Eisenberg and Hope A. Pordy

Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act
U.S. Department of Labor--Wage and Hour Division

Compensable Time in the Digital Age

Measures of Workplace Activity and Compensable Time from Multiple-Source Time-Stamped Data
G. Edward (Ted) Anderson, PhD

The Contingent Workforce: Update on Misclassification and Joint Employment Issues

Hypotheticals and Considerations
Shannon Liss-Riordan and Anne Kramer

Wage and Hour Toolkit: The Shadow Workforce
Salvador P. Simao

Administrator's Interpretation 2015-1
U.S. Department of Labor--Wage and Hour Division

Compensable Time under the FLSA in the Wake of Busk v. Integrity Staffing Solutions

Compensable Time Under the FLSA in the Wake of Busk: A Management Perspective
Robert M. Goldich

Impact of Integrity Staffing v. Busk on Unionized Workplaces
Eve Cervantez and Joe Landry

Compensable Time Post-Busk: The State Law Landscape
David Borgen and Austin Webbert

Revisions to the White Collar Exemptions

Revisions to the White Collar Exemptions--Selected Materials

Wage and Hour Basics

Wage and Hour Basics
Kyong Ha Growney, Jonathan Harris, Andrew P. Lee and Dane L. Steffenson