Best Practices for Litigating in the Age of Social Media

Thomson Reuters Corporation

Social media is a part of the litigation equation that attorneys can no longer ignore. Whether in the context of pre-litigation investigation, discovery, or trial, understanding how to use social media content and metadata to pursue and defend claims has become critical. Join Practical Law and Samantha V. Ettari, E-Discovery Counsel at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, for a discussion of the key issues and best practices surrounding social media in litigation.
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As the Federal Budget gets closer, small business owners often ask what they need to know and how they can get prepared. NAB’s David Bannantyne gives his tips on what to look out for in the lead up to the 2015 Federal Budget.


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SaaS in Government: Insider Insights to Cloud Success

Accela Inc.

Governments today understand IT modernization means moving to the cloud. Yet with an abundance of cloud solutions available, it's easy to get overwhelmed when evaluating options. In this on-demand webinar, hear Microsoft and Accela experts discuss and debunk common myths tied to cloud adoption, and get insights on how governments can more effectively leverage Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
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A Level Economics Revision: Market Failure & Government Intervention

tutor2u

Here is a recording of and the slides from the A-Level Economics revision webinar on market failure and government intervention.
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Government Contract Accounting And Pricing Foundation- PU 2019

Federal Publications Seminars

This introductory session will provide the foundation for the next 8 sessions of Procurement University 2019. We will cover topics including the acquisition life cycle, key stakeholders in contracting as well as the legal and regulatory framework. Discussion of key terms and acronyms will assist you for the duration of the series.
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Government Contractors' OFCCP Requirement Updates

lorman

Predicting what policy changes an administration will make is difficult after a typical first year in office . . . but this past year has been anything but typical. The current administration has already followed through on a number of its promises, which included relieving businesses of burdensome regulations proposed, enacted and enforced during the previous administration.
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