Litigation (CLE)

Ethics in the Digital Age: Maximizing Social Media’s Impact on Claims and Litigation


In today's legal milieu, ethical considerations stand as guiding principles, especially amidst the rapid digital evolution. "Ethics in the Digital Age: Maximizing Social Media's Impact on Claims and Litigation" examines the pivotal role ethics play in shaping legal practice amid technological advancements, globalization, and societal shifts. Join esteemed speakers as they unravel intricate ethical dilemmas and navigate the evolving landscape of ethical conduct in law. Gain fresh perspectives, practical insights, and proactive strategies to maintain ethical integrity in the legal profession.

Class Action Litigation: A Comprehensive Guide to Recent Developments and Best Practices


The recent surge in class action lawsuits has left many businesses and their legal teams scrambling to keep up with the ever-evolving legal landscape. Join Gary S. Graifman Esq., of Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. as they delve into the latest developments in class action litigation and reveal essential best practices. This unique opportunity is designed to empower attendees with the knowledge and strategies needed to not only navigate the complexities of this dynamic legal field but also secure favorable outcomes for their clients.

Employment Law Class Action Update: Analyzing Recent Trends and Developments


Employment law class actions remain a pivotal sphere within the legal domain, exerting significant influence on businesses, employees, and the overarching legal fabric. Keeping abreast of the ever-evolving employment law class action developments  isn’t just prudent—it’s an imperative for legal practitioners, businesses, human resources personnel and anyone touched by these judicial proceedings.

Recent Legal Developments in Federal Securities Litigation: What You Need to Know


Join us for a riveting webinar where we delve into the realm of federal securities litigation and explore the latest legal developments that have shaped this dynamic field. This webinar is designed to provide lawyers, legal professionals, and individuals in the corporate sector with valuable insights into the ever-evolving landscape of securities litigation.

Asbestos Litigation Trends: Understanding Disease, Jurisdiction, and Plaintiff Firm Strategies


Asbestos litigation remains a dynamic and pivotal facet of the legal realm, holding profound consequences for both victims and implicated industries. In this enlightening session, we will unravel the intricate factors that shape legal proceedings involving asbestos. Our panel of experts will delve into crucial subjects, encompassing recent advancements in diagnosing and treating asbestos-related diseases, navigating the complexities of jurisdictional challenges within asbestos cases, and elucidating the strategic approaches employed by plaintiff firms to construct formidable cases. Furthermore, we will scrutinize contemporary trends within asbestos litigation, dissecting the legal intricacies and regulations that exert influence on this legal domain.

Patent Damages: Strategies and Best Practices for Successful Litigation


In today’s competitive business landscape, companies have become more aggressive in guarding their patented inventions.  As new court rulings emerge and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) continues to enforce stringent rules and regulations on patent damages, calculating reasonable royalties and lost profits have become more complex. Proving and recovering damages in court requires a rigorous understanding of the intricacies involved in patent infringement actions and developing a strategic approach to boost the chances of success becomes paramount.

Critical Issues in Hatch-Waxman Litigation


The pharmaceutical labeling carve-out regulations remain a source of complexity in several cases. The Hatch-Waxman Act created a way for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to approve generic drugs even if they omit information about protected use to encourage competition among generic products. However, following the Teva v. GSK ruling, businesses must exercise caution and recognize the intricate relationship between Orange Book listed use patents, reference listed drug’s prescribing information, and promotional labeling and other related activities.

2023 Securities Litigation and Enforcement Mid-Year Update


The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has actively pursued significant enforcement actions for FY 2023 H1 period, zeroing in on various violations within the securities industry. Notably, the SEC has taken measures against unregistered cryptocurrency exchanges and securities offerings while continuing to ramp up its enforcement efforts in the ESG space.

What to Expect in Securities Litigation & Enforcement


In this LIVE Webcast, a panel of thought leaders and professionals brought together by The Knowledge Group will provide and present an in-depth analysis of the fundamentals as well as recent developments in What to Expect in Securities Litigation & Enforcement. Speakers will also present all important issues surrounding this significant topic. Join us for this Knowledge Group Webinar!

Successfully Navigating the Ins and Outs of the ITC Section 337 Investigations


Section 337 investigations at the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) involve high-stakes and complex procedures. These are governed by unique cross-disciplinary rules which call for a deep understanding of the ITC’s thought process and a specialized defense strategy for one’s intellectual property rights. To prevail in Section 337 investigations and dodge red flags, attorneys and practitioners should stay close to the recent developments in this field of law.

Commercial Litigation: Understanding and Calculating Lost Profit Damages


Commercial litigation can be a complex and costly process. Stakes are often high especially when it comes to calculating lost profits. In the battle over lost profit damages, both sides must face the tough challenge of choosing which calculation methodologies, documentation, and expert evidence to use. Defendants will often try to push back, citing credible damages studies that often leave the opposition with little to no significant damages awards.

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