A LexisNexis ® Complimentary CLE Accredited* Webinar: Becoming the Rising Star – Best Practices for Promoting & Using E-Service with the Court and at Your Firm
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
2:00 PM -
(Americas) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
As technology becomes faster and more efficient, more firms and courts are switching to E-Service. Learn about the reasons behind this move and why courts are using it during this free webinar. The discussion will highlight some of the potential pitfalls of using e-mail and other traditional exchanges for service, as well as motivators for the courts to switch to E-Service. Also, learn about the advantages it provides your firm, such as increased communication, organizational efficiencies and improved client relations. You will also learn best practices for promoting E-Service to your colleagues, judges and opposing counsel, and much more.
A panel of experts— Hon. Jo-Lynne Lee, Superior Court of Alameda County; Lee Cirsch, The Lanier Law Firm; Jessica Hatrak, Paralegal, The Lanier Law Firm; Sharon Hamilton, Paralegal, Schiff Hardin LLP and Yakov Wiegmann, Schiff Hardin LLP —will discuss these topics and more, as well as take your questions, during this free webinar on August 15, 2012 from 2:00-3:30 PM, ET. Topics will include:
- Trends for E-Service: Why is it becoming the norm for courts and firms? What courts are using it?
- The pitfalls of email-based and other traditional exchanges
- Court motivators embracing E-Service: Staff time, decreased appearances, minimized discovery issues, budget management assistance, real time repositories, etc.
- Firm-wide considerations supporting E-Service: Increased communication and mobility, organizational efficiencies, economic savings, improved security and delivery, and client relations improvement
- Best practices for promoting E-Service to your partner, presiding judges or opposing counsel—Adoption trends and court rules to consider
- The keys to successful CMOs and stipulations: Key terms, definitions, required language, etc.
- Recent literature supporting E-Service and other motion considerations
Registration is no longer available for this event.