Indiana State Bar Association
EventsWomen's Bench Bar Retreat    September 21, 2014
ISBA Technology Symposium
Start Date/Time: Wednesday, November 13, 2013
End Date/Time: Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Recurring Event: One time event
Importance: Normal Priority


Cosponsored by the ISBA Litigation Section, PLEADS Section, Technology Committee & Law Practice Management Committee

Nov. 13, 2013

8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Regions Conference Center
One Indiana Square, 5th Floor
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Featuring national experts Ernest "Ernie the Attorney" Svenson, New Orleans, and Lincoln Mead, Utah Bar Association.

Plenary Sessions available live or by Webinar:

  • Keynote: Professional and Effective Advocacy in a Digital World. A look at increasing demands on lawyers to have a working knowledge of technology and changes to the ABA Model Rules establishing a duty of competency.
  • Marketing Your Practice Using Social Media Ethically. A panel presentation on how lawyers can use social media effectively to market themselves without running afoul of the Rules of Professional Conduct or risking malpractice claims.
  • Data Security Threats and Ethical Issues.  Panelists will discuss (1) current data security issues; (2) insurance coverage issues and availability; and (3) practical solutions for data security in the practice of law.

Lunch Presentation:
Paperless Lawyering: The Use of iPad, iPhone and other devices.

Afternoon Breakout Sessions (Live Only):

Transactional Track

  • Developments in E-Commerce and Internet Law.  The law regarding crowd-funding a business, accepting online payments, electronic signatures, the CAN-SPAM Act, breach notification laws, and the UDRP will also be covered.
  • Representing a Technology Company. In house and external counsel perspectives on the special legal needs required of tech companies.
  • Free and low-cost resources for legal research. Panelists identify tools for finding statutory and case law, sample briefs, motions, complaints, practice tools and more online.

Litigation Track

  • Discovering and Using Electronic Evidence.  This session addresses recent developments in e-discovery, strategies for identifying and using electronic evidence, and admissibility issues related to electronic evidence.
  • Using Courtroom Technology at Trial.  A live look at current use of technology in court demonstrated through mock opening statements, direct and cross examinations, and closing arguments. Follow up includes guidance from a judge, lawyers and technologists who have used courtroom technology in real trials.


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