Thursday, July 28, 2011

"Litigation Summit and Expo" in DC (where else?) in November

The American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel invite you to attend The Litigation Summit and Expo, being held November 15-16, in Washington, DC. Join your colleagues and connect with General Counsel, Heads of Litigation, Premier Trial Attorneys and Technology Leaders at the definitive gathering place for this multi-dimensional group of thought leaders.

Register today for 2 days of education that feature a morning keynote session each day and offer multiple tracks ranging from governance to technology. This unique event brings together the need-to-know information that will enable you to successfully and effectively navigate litigation today.

Topics to be discussed include:

* View from Capitol Hill: Regulatory Changes Driving Enforcement Actions
* Enterprise Risk Management
* The Evolving Relationship Between Corporate Legal and the Corporate Information Technology Teams
* Tales from the Trenches: Law Department Management for a Battle-Ready Company
* The Role of Social Media and Litigation
* Ethics and the Business of Litigation
* Securities Law: Dodd Frank and Whistle Blower; Shareholder Litigation; M&A, Deal Making Related Litigation
* Global Litigation – ADR, International Tribunals, Finding Local Counsel, FCPA
* E-Discovery
* Areas of Special Interest: Energy and the Environment, Product Liability, Intellectual Property
* The Role of Corporate IT in Litigation: E-Discovery, Privacy, Security
* Litigation Funding – Is It Right For You?
* Navigating the Minefield of Employment Law
* Tales from the Trenches
* Special sessions for Governmental Attorneys

Register early and save $300 dollars off of the standard master pass when you register by September 16th!

Use priority code EMLS02 when registering.

Note: Promotional discounts are calculated on the full price of the event and cannot be combined with any other discounts.

For Registration information please contact Carl B. Seering at 212-457-7905 or at

For sponsorship information, please contact Henry Dicker at 212-457-7902 or at

For program details, please contact Sheila Brennan at 212-457-7917 or at

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