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									                                  THE SOLO PRACTITIONER:
                           TIPS ON HOW TO KEEP THE BOAT AFLOAT

                                                 AGENDA


8:45-9:30              Electronic Discovery
                       · E-Discovery is only for BIG Cases (myth or fact?)
                       · Case demonstration of “he said-she said” and sorting out the facts
                       · Electronic Discovery can make your client’s computer your best witness
                       · Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure changes, effective July 2008
                       · Learn how technology can help litigants in getting to the facts of the matter
                       Donald Wochna, Esq. Chief Legal Officer, Vestige, Ltd.


9:30-10:15             Professionalism: Judicial Panel
                       · Deposition Conduct
                       · Brief Writing
                       · Ethical Issues in Criminal Cases
                       · Grievances
                       Hon. James G. Carr, Chief Judge, U.S. District Court
                       Hon. Arlene Singer, Sixth District Court of Appeals
                       Hon. Frederick H. McDonald, Lucas County Common Pleas Court

10:15-10:30            Break


10:30-12:00            Starting (and More Importantly, Maintaining) A Solo or Small Practice:
                       Tips and Ethical Considerations
                       · Choosing Type of Practice
                       · Planning for Solo Practice
                       · Financing the Practice
                       · Recordkeeping
                       · Staying Power-How Long Does It Take?
                       Christopher Parker, Esq., Goranson, Parker & Bella Co., L.P.A.
                       Bonnie Rankin, Esq., Rankin Law Office, LLC

12:00        Adjourn

								
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