The E-Discovery subcommittee of the Business Law Section met on Friday, September 3rd to review proposed amendments being considered by the Civil Rules Committee of the Florida Bar. The subcommittee suggested that the proposals more closely track the federal rules. The proposed amendments are to rules 1.200, 1.280, 1.350 and 1.410 of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. To review the subcommittee’s suggestions, click here.
The decision is in from the SDNY and Google has prevailed. Volunteers to brief the committee on this decision will be accepted at tomorrow’s meeting. Here is the ruling granting summary judgment to Google. If you can’t see the document below, click here.
For your consideration, “Flat Fee Freddy: Fact or Fiction?” My partner Judy Grubner and I created this film for our annual partners meeting. It was a big hit! Hope you enjoy it too.
Need ethics credit? Half Moon Seminars is presenting “Practicing Legal Ethics in the Electronic Law Office” on May 13, 2010, from 8:30 am – 2:45 pm at the Courtyard by Marriott, 2440 West Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309.
Attention those in need of ethics credit: 6.0 CLER Credits for Florida Attorneys, Including 6.0 Ethics Credits are available!
The seminar costs $259 for regular lawyers, but as a member of the IP Committee you get a generous discount. Mention the “IP Committee” when you register for $60 off and attend for just $199!
Speakers include your faithful Chair and Vice-Chair of the IP Committee! Also, Jan Jacobowitz, the director of the Ethics and Professional Responsibility Program in the Center for Ethics and Public Service at the University of Miami’s School of Law. And Alvin F. Lindsay of Hogan & Hartson.
For more info, and to register, click here.