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Hooked on CLE: December 2022

Contains material from Jul 2022 to Oct 2022

Hooked on CLE: December 2022
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the cross examination seminar was really great. i also enjoyed the round table discussion on the airline simulator trainer and thought the point of view from both sets of attorneys very good.

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THIS MONTH: Tales from Trial: The Boeing Case is Shot Down • The Role of the GC: Managing Enterprise-Wide Cybersecurity Risk • Readable Legal Writing • Cross Examination • Get Schooled! Practice and Professional-Identity Lessons from Law School Clinics

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 4.00 | 1.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 11/30/2023

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1. Tales from Trial: The Boeing Case is Shot Down (Oct 2022)

David Gerger, Cory E. Jacobs, Ashlee Martin

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Tales from Trial: The Boeing Case is Shot Down (Oct 2022)

Defense attorneys for the Boeing test pilot, the only individual indicted in connection with the Boeing 737 Max crashes, discuss details of the trial and their successful defense strategy.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Government Enforcement Institute

David Gerger, Partner, Gerger Hennessy & Martin LLP - Houston, TX
Cory E. Jacobs, Assistant Chief, U.S. Department of Justice Criminal Division, Fraud Section - Washington, DC
Ashlee Martin, Partner, Gerger Hennessy & Martin LLP - Houston, TX

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2. The Role of the GC: Managing Enterprise-Wide Cybersecurity Risk (Sep 2022)

William R. Daugherty, Grant Duffy, Neha Parekh

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The Role of the GC: Managing Enterprise-Wide Cybersecurity Risk (Sep 2022)

This panel covers in-house counsel’s increasing role in managing a company’s cybersecurity risks. They must ensure the company is taking appropriate steps to prepare for and respond to data security incidents, but also manage cybersecurity risks through information governance, proactive assessments of the company’s security posture, compliance with rapidly evolving privacy and cybersecurity laws, and ensuring the executive team and board are effectively managing and overseeing cybersecurity risks. 

Originally presented: Jul 2022 Essential Cybersecurity Law

William R. Daugherty, Norton Rose Fulbright - Houston, TX
Grant Duffy, Southwest Airlines - Dallas, TX
Neha Parekh, Procore Technologies - Austin, TX

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3. Readable Legal Writing (Oct 2022)

Wayne Schiess

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Readable Legal Writing (Oct 2022)

Creating readable legal writing requires several techniques: accessible format, clear organization, manageable sentences, and correct mechanics. This presentation addresses each of those briefly, offering current recommendations and best practices.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Wayne Schiess, The University of Texas School of Law - Austin, TX

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4. Cross Examination (Oct 2022)

Paula Fisette Sweeney

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Cross Examination (Oct 2022)

The difficult witness, the delicate witness, and the professional witness.

Originally presented: Aug 2022 The Car Crash Seminar

Paula Fisette Sweeney, Slack Davis Sanger LLP - Dallas, TX

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5. Get Schooled! Practice and Professional-Identity Lessons from Law School Clinics (Jul 2022)

Lisa R. Eskow, Thomas S. Leatherbury, Lulú Ortiz, Evan M. Rios

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Get Schooled! Practice and Professional-Identity Lessons from Law School Clinics (Jul 2022)

Law schools are expanding clinical offerings in which students represent clients pro bono on a wide range of issues. A discussion on how clinical courses train soon-to-be lawyers in real-world contexts with real-world clients, offering real-life lessons on professional responsibility and professional identity that can benefit seasoned practitioners as well. Explore ideas on how clinics can enhance your appellate practice at no cost by, for example, serving as co-counsel, writing amicus briefs, or organizing moots in cases that fall within clinics’ missions.

Originally presented: Jun 2022 Conference on State and Federal Appeals

Lisa R. Eskow, University of Texas School of Law Supreme Court Clinic - Austin, TX
Thomas S. Leatherbury, SMU Dedman School of Law First Amendment Clinic and Vinson & Elkins LLP - Dallas, TX
Lulú Ortiz, Law Clerk for Judge Pitman - Austin, TX
Evan M. Rios, The Supreme Court of Texas - Austin, TX