Upcoming DRI Webcasts
Due to certain state bar policies the following states do not grant CLE approval for DRI Webcasts: Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Ohio, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
- WEBCAST Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Combining extensive research and practical experience, this program will give you the persuasion tools necessary to get what you want in the courtroom, from opposing counsel, and in your legal career. Dr. Arin Reeves, a leader in attorney development, leadership, and law firm inclusion, will identify and walk the participants through five steps designed to help attorneys get what they want. Mary E. Sharp, an experienced trial attorney and member of DRI and the American Board of Trial Advocates, will draw from her experience to illustrate how participants can put those steps into action to become better advocates for clients and themselves in their law practices.
- WEBCAST Monday, June 17, 2013
Lawyers possess extraordinary amounts of personal and confidential information about their clients, their clients’ adversaries, and third parties. The days of securing attorney files in a locked file cabinet are long gone. In today’s virtual age, law firms face potentially catastrophic risks relating to securing sensitive information against data breaches and other unintended disclosures. Law firms are increasingly asked to hold clients harmless from errors in the handling of confidential information. This webcast will discuss these risks, the rules and other regulations governing protecting client data, the possible outcomes in the event of a data breach or unintended disclosure, and the coverage available for these circumstances under specialty insurance products or traditional insurance policies.