WhenThursday, July 30, 2020 -
Navigating, Innovating and Litigating through the COVID-19 Global Pandemic
July 30, 2020
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
These are unchartered, unprecedented times where COVID-19 remains a national public health as well as a social and economic crisis. Litigants as well as courts (state & federal) continue to balance the various interests implicated by the public health emergencies and guidance for business and for court operations, including the resumption of in-court proceedings, as all seek to ensure the administration of justice continues. No doubt, the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated courts’ turning to technology in order to deliver justice. With virtual meetings, mediations, arbitrations, and court proceedings on the rise, much of it sensitive and highly confidential, a litany of extraordinary legal (constitutional, practical and ethical) issues must be considered. This CLE will explore and analyze the benefits, risks, and concomitant opportunities of virtual litigation (court & ADR) and consider solutions to these complex questions during this "new normal" time.
Sofia Adrogué, Partner, Diamond McCarthy
Honorable Caroline Baker, Mediator, Arbitrator, Senior District Judge (Ret.)
Honorable Mark Drummond, Judicial Director, Civil Jury Project, NYU School of Law (Ret.)
Richard T. Garcia, Principal, 3RB Consulting Group, LLC
Professor Nancy B. Rapoport, William S. Boyd School of Law of University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Phil Favro, Consultant, Driven, Inc.
Approved: California, Colorado, Illinois, New Jersey, Texas
Pending: Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, Washington
*This presentation is approved or pending CLE accreditation in the aforementioned States for 1 ethics credit.
**Please note that you must attend the entire webinar to be eligible for CLE credit. Each participant must be logged in to the webinar in order to receive credit.
***If you are seeking CLE accreditation in another State, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance as proof of your participation. Please check with your State Bar to ensure you can be accredited through reciprocity.