Join us and CEB on March 14, 15, and 16 for MCLE classes on cell phone forensics, forced arbitration clauses, and intellectual property in mergers. The classes will be at our Downtown location. All classes are 90 minutes long, noon to 1:30, and cost $30.
First, on Monday, March 14, we are hosting GPS and Cell Phone Forensics in the Real World. Attend this program to learn from forensic expert Robert Aquero how GPA and cell phone technology works, what information is potentially discoverable, how to decipher this data, and the potential uses and limitations of cell and tracking data in court.
On Tuesday, March 15, please come and see Fighting the Forced Arbitration Clause. We all do business with companies that tuck forced arbitration clauses into their terms and conditions. Join Jeremy Robinson, noted appellate attorney, as he dissects the forced arbitration clause and the law surrounding it.
Lastly, on Wednesday, March 16, come learn about Intellectual Property Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions. Join our experienced panel, including Louis R. Dienes, Brian J. Marler, and James Y.C. Sze, for essential and practical information that will allow you to handle with confidence transactions involving patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets.
When you sign up for the classes, you can help the library as well. Simply enter CEB priority code 9665A when asked and CEB will contribute to the Law Library. As these classes are being held in conjunction with CEB, you can only sign up via the above links.