Internet of Things
July 26, 2017, 11 a.m. Pacific

The Internet of Things, otherwise known as the Alphabet Soup of Privacy – a discussion of emerging privacy and data security laws and trends including PII, IOT, FTC, FCC, PCI, EMV, HIPAA and HITECH. In this webinar, presenters will provide an overview and explore major updates concerning the increasing need for the protection of personally identifiable and other confidential information; regulation, compliance and enforcement; risk management, coverage and litigation trends across a variety of industries and practice areas.

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Overview

Presented on a complimentary basis by our professional liability defense attorneys, the Gordon & Rees National Professional Liability Webinar Series offers live webinars online, as well as archived whitepapers and presentations. The webinar series covers a broad range of malpractice and ethical topics relevant to all practice areas. The series is offered online with select dates also offered in-person at a firm office.

Benefits of Attending

The saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” holds true for professionals seeking to avoid or mitigate malpractice claims. As the number of malpractice claims continue to rise, understanding pitfalls and preventive measures to avoid claims are invaluable. Join our panels of experienced litigators with both plaintiff and defense perspectives who shed light on how to manage ethical issues, including safeguarding client secrets, ethical pitfalls in the use of technology and social media, conflict issues and “best practices” to avoid malpractice claims. Following these webinars, practitioners will be better prepared to navigate the minefield of potential issues presented by their practice. Attendees can receive continuing legal education credit, depending on state requirements.

Who Should Attend

The webinar series covers a broad range of topics relevant to attorneys in all practice areas, claims professionals, in house and general counsel. The webinars focus not only on emerging legal issues, but also on practical tips for professionals to more effectively manage their practice. Gordon & Rees’ panel of experienced professional liability attorneys discuss the law, emerging legal trends, as well as provide advice on simple steps practitioners can implement to protect themselves and their firms from malpractice exposure.

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July 26, 2017, 11 a.m. Pacific

Internet of Things
The Internet of Things, otherwise known as the Alphabet Soup of Privacy – a discussion of emerging privacy and data security laws and trends including PII, IOT, FTC, FCC, PCI, EMV, HIPAA and HITECH. In this webinar, presenters will provide an overview and explore major updates concerning the increasing need for the protection of personally identifiable and other confidential information; regulation, compliance and enforcement; risk management, coverage and litigation trends across a variety of industries and practice areas.

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September 20, 2017, 11 a.m. Pacific

Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Tips on Navigating the Difficult Waters of Terminating the Attorney-Client Relationship
This webinar will address how failing to properly conclude an attorney-client relationship may create liability for legal malpractice claims. It will include practical tips for terminating a representation without alienating the client or preventing false claims of continued representation, and for proper handling of client files after an engagement ends.

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November 15, 2017, 11 a.m. Pacific

Spoliation Law Changes
Two years clatter with case updates.

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Castricone, Andrew

Andrew Castricone

San Francisco

Internet of Things
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Bragalone, Robert

Bob Bragalone

Dallas

Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Tips on Navigating the Difficult Waters of Terminating the ...
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Fellman, Ryan

Ryan Fellman

Dallas

Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Tips on Navigating the Difficult Waters of Terminating the ...
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Cary, Andrew

Andrew Cary

San Francisco

Spoliation Law Changes
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Lilly, Jeffrey

Jeffrey Lilly

Austin

Spoliation Law Changes
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