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									A L E R T                                                        The American Bar Association
                                                        Section of Labor and Employment Law and the
                                                         ABA Center for Continuing Legal Education
                                               Present a NEW 90-Minute Teleconference and Live Audio Webcast
                                            Best of the 2006 Midwinter Meetings Teleconference Series Presents
                                                               Discovery in an Electronic Age:
                                    Best Practices in E-Discovery Post-Zubulake and in the Shadow of New Federal Rules
                                                     Wednesday, September 27, 2006 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ET
                      Series Description                                                   Expert Faculty Continued
                      The Midwinter Meetings of the Standing Committees are the            & Garrison as a litigator specializing in commercial and
                      Section of Labor and Employment Law’s most concentrated              entertainment litigation until his appointment to the bench. Judge
                      source of substantive content. This fall, the Section will present   Peck serves as an adjunct professor at Cardozo Law School,

                      eight CLE-accredited teleconferences based on the best of these      teaching pretrial procedure.
                                                                                           ABA-CLE Teleconference/Live Audio Webcast Series
                      Discovery in an Electronic Age Program Description
                      Series Program #2
                                                                                           and Program Tuitions
                      Severe sanctions for electronic discovery abuses and new federal     Four Program Package Tuition:
                      rules regulating e-discovery are changing the landscape of civil     $475 General Public
                      litigation. This teleconference will address best practices for      $395 ABA Members
                      litigators, records retention issues for employers, and remedies     $306 Section of Labor and Employment Law Members
                      when electronic evidence has not been preserved. The panel will      $275 Government & Public Sector Lawyers Division Members
                      debate a series of real world problems in which plaintiffs make      $235 Young Lawyers Division Members

                      discovery demands, defense lawyers counsel their clients and the
                      parties argue before the court.                                      Individual Program Package Tuition:
                      Based on a program by the Employment Rights and                      $150 General Public
                      Responsibilities Committee.                                          $125 ABA Members
                                                                                           $85 Government & Public Sector Lawyers Division Members
                      Our Expert Faculty                                                   $85 Section of Labor and Employment Law Members
                      Sean R. Gallagher, of Hogan & Hartson, has extensive                 $75 Young Lawyers Division Members
                      experience in labor and employment and commercial litigation         $60 Additional Registrants Using the Same Phone Line
                      matters. He represents employers in cases involving allegations of
                      discrimination, wrongful discharge, breach of express and implied    Visit to see a
                      contract, public policy discharge and defamation. Mr. Gallagher is   complete list of the Series programs.
                      co-managing editor of The Practitioner’s Guide to Colorado
                      Employment Law, published by the Colorado Bar Association. He        Earn MCLE Credit
                      serves on the Colorado Supreme Court Nominating Commission,          1.5 hours of MCLE credit in 60-minute states/1.8 hours of MCLE
                      which fills the vacancies on the Colorado Supreme Court and the      credit in 50-minute states have been requested in states accrediting
                      Court of Appeals.                                                    ABA teleconferences and live audio webcasts. NY-licensed
                                                                                           attorneys: This non-transitional CLE program has been approved
                      James S. Barber is a partner with Clausen Miller P.C. Mr. Barber     for experienced NY-licensed attorneys in accordance with the
                      is the chair of the firm’s Employment Practice Group. He counsels    requirements of the New York State CLE Board for 1.5 total NY
                      and represents employers in the areas of employment policy,          MCLE credits.
                      contracts, labor standards and employment litigation. Mr. Barber's
                      litigation practice spans twenty years in both federal and state
                      courts and agencies. Mr. Barber is the management co-chair of        All Participants Must Be Registered for the Program
                      the Technology Subcommittee of the ABA Section of Labor and          Cancellations and requests for refunds will be honored on the
                      Employment Law’s Employment Rights and Responsibilities              following basis: 2 business days or more, 100% refund; 1 business
                      Committee.                                                           day or less, 100% refund minus a $25 administrative fee. Substitute
                                                                                           registrants are welcome. Scholarship applications are available upon
                      He is also a contributing editor to a series of books published by   request.
                      BNA Books in conjunction with the ABA on various employment
                      issues. Mr. Barber is an award winning co-author of Anti-            Unable to Participate
                      discrimination and Harassment Policies and Training, Chapter 7,      This program will be available on audio CD. Order online through
                      in IICLE’s book, Conducting the Employment Practice Audit, 2004      the ABA Web Store at Search by program
                      edition. He also speaks and conducts training on workplace and       title or keyword.

                      litigation issues. He has been recognized as a Chicago Leading
                      Lawyer in employment law and as an Illinois Super Lawyer.            States Not Accrediting ABA Teleconferences
                                                                                           DE, IN, KS, OH, PA
                      Mark Risk practices employment law and litigation at Mark Risk,
                      P.C. in New York City, principally on behalf of employees,            Please check this box if you would prefer not to receive
                      including discrimination, contract, unfair competition, and ERISA    information about ABA-CLE programs and products by fax, and fax
                      litigation and negotiation of employment agreements. He is an        back to 866.670.3249.
                      editor of Labor and Employment Law, the quarterly newsletter of
                      the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law. Mr. Risk is a co-
                      chair of the Technology Subcommittee of the ABA Section of                                   Register Online:
                      Labor and Employment Law’s Employment Rights and                  
                      Responsibilities Committee and a member of the advisory board
                      of the NYU Law Center for Labor and Employment Law.                                        Event code: CET6EDZ
                                                                                                                Source Code: TCE6IEDZ1

                      Judge Andrew Jay Peck has served as a magistrate judge for
                      the United States District Court for the Southern District of New
                      York since 1995 and was chief magistrate judge in 2004-2005.
                      Judge Peck joined the New York law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind,

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