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E-Discovery: Why Should Lawyers Embrace It? ESI Special Master Craig Ball Says Evidence is More Than Paper

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Electronic discovery (E-Discovery) is often times a complex process when preparing materials for an investigation or trial. The process is not only complex, but it may require that you go through an immense amount of electronically stored information (ESI) such as emails, documents, presentations, databases, voicemail, audio files, video files, social media and web sites.

Nationally recognized ESI special master and attorney Craig Ball takes a few moments to speak with Washington Lawyer Magazine’s Jeff Leon about some E-Discovery basics, implications, and the importance of geolocation.

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Behind the Case: Sharon Gustafson Talks About Pregnancy Discrimination Case Young v. UPS

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Sharon Gustafson discusses with Andrew Witko, an associate at the Employment Group, her experience as counsel for Peggy Young in the pregnancy discrimination case Young v. UPS.

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What Will I Learn From Changing Currents? This Year’s Top Five Takeaways

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As the moderator and chairperson for the D.C. Bar’s Changing Currents in Employment Law CLE, I am asked every year, “What will I get out of this event?” I thought it best to address this question head-on. Here are the top five takeaways for those practitioners who will attend this year’s panel discussions.

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CLE Sneak Peek: Changing Currents in Employment Law 2015

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Andrew W. Witkos, an associate at The Employment Law Group, takes a few minutes to discuss with R. Scott Oswald the upcoming course Changing Currents in Employment Law, which Oswald will chair and moderate. The course has been hosted by the D.C. Bar Continuing Legal Education Program for nearly a decade now.

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CLE Masterminds: Why an LLC Should be the Entity Choice for Most Closely-Held Businesses

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As any business owner knows (and as any business lawyer will advise) one of the first steps to getting your business up and running is to form a legal entity from which the business shall operate. As part of that step, the business owner must determine which type of business entity best suits their needs from a legal, tax, and operations perspective.

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Have you been asked to be a CLE presenter? 9 Things to Do That Will Help You Prepare

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Were you asked to be a presenter for a CLE course? The pressure to prepare a CLE presentation in your practice area can definitely present its challenges. Here are 9 tips that will help you prepare a valuable and resourceful presentation.

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CLE Sneak Peek: Changing Currents in Employment Law 2014

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R. Scott Oswald, faculty member and chairperson for our upcoming CLE "Changing Currents in Employment Law 2014: Recent Trends and Developments," takes a few moments to give us a sneak peak into the class. 

 

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CLE Masterminds: Peter E. Mina and Ralph C. Conte Discuss Federal Personnel Law

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CLE Faculty Chairs Peter E. Mina and Ralph C. Conte discuss the fundamental differences in the rules and processes that govern federal sector and private sector employees. 

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