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2017 Federal Civil Practice Update – June 16

2017 Federal Civil Practice Update – June 16

• Case Law Updates Related to E-Discovery

• Data Security Class Actions in the Seventh Circuit

• Class Actions in Federal Practice

• How the 2015 Discovery Rule changes are Impacting Litigation in Federal Courts

• Oral Advocacy and Ethics

• Mandatory Disclosure Policy Development in Accord with Federal Law and Rules

• Amendments to Rule 902 Electronic Document Authentication


Brian R. Weir-Harden – Chair
Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Indianapolis

Raymond J. Biederman
Mattingly Burke Cohen & Biederman LLP, Indianapolis

Jenny R. Buchheit
Ice Miller LLP, Indianapolis

Brandon Elward
Rolls-Royce North America Inc., Indianapolis

Helen K. Geib
QDiscovery, Indianapolis

Scott D. Gilchrist
Cohen & Malad, LLP, Indianapolis

Grayson Harbour
Rolls-Royce North America Inc., Indianapolis

Marc A. Nichols
Rolls Royce North America Inc., Indianapolis

F. Anthony Paganelli
Paganelli Law Group, Indianapolis

Stephen E. Reynolds
Ice Miller LLP, Indianapolis

Yaniv Schiff
QDiscovery, Chicago

Richard E. Shevitz
Cohen & Malad, LLP, Indianapolis

Alice J. Springer
Barnes & Thornburg LLP, South Bend


6 CLE / 1 E – Friday, June 16;  9:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

– ICLEF Conference Facility, Indianapolis

– May Oberfell Lorber, Mishawaka

– From your home or office computer


ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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CME for Civil Mediators

ICLEF provides a very engaging and informative seminar to those needing CME credit with a program directed specifically for Indiana’s civil mediators.  Recognized in the areas of Alternative Dispute Resolution and Arbitration by Best Lawyers in America since 2006, Michael Bishop of the Indianapolis firm Cohen Garelick & Glazierwill once again lead our program.

Joining Michael will be noted mediators Joseph O’Connor, Bunger & Robertson- Bloomington, and Ross Rudolph, Rudolph Fine Porter & Johnson – Evansville.

In addition to presentations dealing with existing and emerging bodies of mediation case law, ethical considerations and “best practices” applications will also be addressed including a discussion on dealing with difficult people and personalities in complex cases.

CME For Civil Mediators
6 CME / 6 CLE / 1.5 E – This program is no longer available as a Live In-Person Seminar. However, you can still view the Video Replay, the On Demand Seminars or purchase the Publication of this Seminar by Clicking Here.  Or to see additional Civil CME Seminars from ICLEF, Click Here.

ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN 


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