“Local Rules and Customs in our Different Superior Courts: What You Don’t Know When You’re From Out of Town” - Power point offers whirl-wind tour, with rule citations for later reference of the differences between and among our 15 Arizona counties in terms of local rules and practices in Civil Court. Did you know the page limitations in Coconino County Superior Court, or are you instinctively cramming the type on that brief? Based on discussions with the judiciary in various counties about what mistakes lawyers coming in from different counties frequently make and the rules they frequently overlook.
FACULTY: Graeme Hancock, Fennemore Craig; Barney M. Holtzman, Fennemore Craig
“Put Down the Flash Drive: How to Preserve Electronic Evidence in Litigation” - In today’s electronically driven world, attorneys often receive electronic devices such as flash drives and external hard drives from clients in anticipation of litigation. Lawyers must recognize that these items are evidence, and they can unintentionally alter or destroy evidence if these items are not handled appropriately. This presentation provides information and advice on how to preserve these items and the information on them.
FACULTY: Damien Meyer, Ridenour Hienton, P.L.L.C.; Thomas A. Day, Forensic Software Analyst, Day & Company LLC
“Next Generation Visual Evidence Using Tablet Computers and Apps” - No matter your skill or comfort level with electronics, learn how to harness the tremendous flexibility and opportunity of iPads and other tablet computers at trial and deposition.
FACULTY: Scott Palumbo, Palumbo Wolfe & Palumbo
“Internet in Litigation – Uses and Concerns” - The internet is a valuable tool that can be used at any stage of litigation, including client intake, depositions (Skype, Facetime) to voir dire. But, if used incorrectly, it can get you or your client in trouble. Learn the best ways to use the internet to your advantage and how to advise your clients to avoid exposing themselves.
FACULTY: Brian Snyder, Snyder & Wenner