CLE Programming

Onsite and live webcasts for Tennessee lawyers.

Ethics Roadshow 2016 (Knoxville)

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CLE Programming
Date: 
Thursday, December 15, 2016 - 8:30am

Believe it or not, this year will be the 12th year that Brian S. Faughnan has presented the Ethics Roadshow for lawyers in Tennessee. In honor of this 12th anniversary, this year's show will focus on the "12 Most Important Developments of 2016 Impacting Ethics and Lawyering."

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On Site

Ethics Roadshow 2016 (Chattanooga)

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CLE Programming
Date: 
Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 8:30am

Believe it or not, this year will be the 12th year that Brian S. Faughnan has presented the Ethics Roadshow for lawyers in Tennessee. In honor of this 12th anniversary, this year's show will focus on the "12 Most Important Developments of 2016 Impacting Ethics and Lawyering."

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On Site

Ethics Roadshow 2016 (Nashville)

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CLE Programming
Date: 
Wednesday, December 7, 2016 - 8:30am

Believe it or not, this year will be the 12th year that Brian S. Faughnan has presented the Ethics Roadshow for lawyers in Tennessee. In honor of this 12th anniversary, this year's show will focus on the "12 Most Important Developments of 2016 Impacting Ethics and Lawyering."

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On Site

Ethics Roadshow 2016 (Memphis)

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CLE Programming
Date: 
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 - 8:30am

Believe it or not, this year will be the 12th year that Brian S. Faughnan has presented the Ethics Roadshow for lawyers in Tennessee. In honor of this 12th anniversary, this year's show will focus on the "12 Most Important Developments of 2016 Impacting Ethics and Lawyering."

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On Site

Computer Forensics for Lawyers

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CLE Programming
Date: 
Tuesday, August 2, 2016 - 12:00pm

This program will explain in plain language how computer forensics is used in cases, from capital murder and sex crimes to employee wrongdoing and wrongful death. Real life experience and case examples will be used to illustrate how forensic artifacts recovered from computers are used. Topics include forensic best practices in data collection, understanding deleted data, challenging digital evidence, and expert testimony.

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Webcast

Cell Phone Location Evidence

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CLE Programming
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Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 12:00pm

This topic covers the methods and purpose of cellular data analysis that is widely used in criminal and civil cases to "place" a person at a particular location based on their cell phone usage. Attendees will learn about the "scientific" basis claimed to support this evidence, how analysts actually interpret and prepare this data for court presentation and how to challenge this type of analysis.

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Webcast

Read More, Recall More with Better Legal Reading Skills

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CLE Programming
Date: 
Friday, September 30, 2016 - 8:00am

Reading is an integral part in the practice of law and among the most used communication skills, but is often the most underdeveloped. Information from our colleagues, staff, and clients is being transmitted to us at the speed of light, and lawyers are expected to absorb it just as fast.This program is designed to teach you the skills of speed-reading. Practicing speed-reading legal documents and applying comprehension techniques will help you build memory and recall to get through those banker boxes of cases. 

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On Site

Use and Misuse of Probability and Statistics in Litigation

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CLE Programming
Date: 
Wednesday, August 10, 2016 - 12:00pm

This presentation will examine how we misunderstand, misapply and misuse math and science in life and litigation. We will discuss probability, statistics and how they are used in the practice of law.

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Webcast

Tech Science: Cell Phone Forensics for Lawyers

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CLE Programming
Date: 
Wednesday, July 13, 2016 - 12:00pm

This topic covers the realities of cell phone forensics, the basics of how cell phones record and store data and what and when you can recover information from cell phone. Numerous real life case examples are presented.

Attendees will learn about the processes and procedures used to collect cell phone evidence, about SMS text messaging and what you can and cannot retrieve from a cell phone.

SMS messaging, fake text messages and other information will also be provided.

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Webcast

Protecting Law Firms Against Cybercrimes, Cyber Attacks, Phishing and Ransomware

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CLE Programming
Date: 
Tuesday, July 26, 2016 - 12:00pm

Law firms of all sizes have been and are attractive targets for cybercriminals. They know law firm security controls are often weak, making them easy prey for attacks such as phishing emails or ransomware. How prepared is your firm to respond to and mitigate the potential financial loss from a successful cyber-attack, including the adverse publicity it can create should any significant confidential client documents be exposed? Be informed about these and other threats facing your law firm and how to effectively manage your firm's legal and ethical cybersecurity risks.

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Webcast