- Juror Psychology: From Jury Box to Witness Stand: Practiced jury consultant, Jocelyn Cinquino, J.D., M.A., takes experience from hundreds of jury trials to review the cognitive processes jurors use to understand, evaluate and retain information throughout even the earliest stages of trial. Webcast attendance only.
- Juror Psychology: From Courtroom to Deliberation Room: Practiced jury consultant, Jocelyn Cinquino, J.D., M.A., shares experience from hundreds of cases to review the psychological processes jurors use to understand and manage evidence and how it forms their decisions in deliberations. Webcast attendance only.
- Federal Grand Jury Practice for Defense Attorneys (Part 1): Criminal Defense Attorney Joshua Dratel discusses the fundamentals of Federal Grand Jury Practice, including distinctions with some State Grand Jury systems. Mr. Dratel will illuminate defense strategies for addressing Grand Jury investigations and subpoenas (including joint defense agreements) and discuss proffer and immunity agreements.
- Federal Grand Jury Practice for Defense Attorneys (Part 2): Criminal Defense Attorney Joshua Dratel discusses the legal landscape for Fifth Amendment invocation and Grand Jury proceedings, and addresses subpoenas for documents, Grand Jury litigation (i.e., motions to quash), and post-indictment litigation relevant to Grand Jury proceedings.
- The Proposed New NLRB Rules for Union Elections & What Else to Expect from the New Board: Jones Day partners Michael S. Ferrell and Jessica Kastin who will discuss the proposed election rule changes and what they mean for employers, as well as what else employers can expect from the NLRB in 2014.
- Immigration Court Expert Testimony: Psychosocial Evaluations as Evidence: Attorney and New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker Mark Silver discusses the major advantages and uses of live versus telephonic testimony and how expert forensic witnesses can assist in advocating and/or explaining central issues.
- How Do We Get Out of This Mess? Defeating Class Certification in Light of Supreme Court Class Action Decisions: Baker Hostetler partner Deborah H. Renner will discuss the Supreme Court’s less-than-clear decisions on the Rule 23 criteria, the Class Action Fairness Act and offers of judgment, and how lower courts are interpreting Supreme Court’s mandates. Webcast attendance only.
- Can We Bullet-Proof Ourselves From Data Breach Liability? Data Breach Class Actions and Regulatory Investigations: Baker Hostetler partners Judy Selby and associate Kimberly M. Wong explore various theories of liability for privacy incidents and the defenses available to defendants. They will also discuss current trends in federal and state enforcement of privacy regulations. Webcast attendance only.
- What’s the “Write” Way? Wage and Hour Class Actions and Drafting a Class Arbitration Waiver: Baker Hostetler partners John Lewis and Amy Traub will explore the recent trends and emerging issues in class and collective actions in the wage and hour arena, including the hot button issues of which employers should be aware on the horizon. Webcast attendance only.
- Why Is This Class Action Different From All Others: Securities Class Actions and SEC Investigations: Baker Hostetler partners Deborah Renner, Frederick W. Chockley III, Marc Powers, and associate Jessie M. Gabriel will discuss the Supreme Court’s recent Amgen decision, and the Halliburton case currently pending before the Supreme Court, on what needs to be demonstrated at class certification, against the background of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (“PSLRA”) and the Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act (“SLUSA”). Webcast attendance only.
- March 2014: Bridge The Gap Day 1 (Series A): Live, in-person, attendance only.
- March 2014: Bridge The Gap Day 2 (Series A): Live, in-person, attendance only.