Author’s Presentations Reply

  1. Privileges and Internal Investigations, DRI Employment Law, Nashville, May 2017.
  2. Practical Advice for Responding to Employee Complaints and Government Investigations: Keeping the Mole Hill from Becoming a Mountain, IADC Corporate Counsel College, Chicago, April 2017.
  3. Protecting Privileged Communications–Tips for Preventing Disclosure of Documents in Litigation, Clear Law Institute, April 2017.
  4. Industry Trends, Impact of Information Governance, Developing & Implementing Policy, ARMA, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Mar. 14, 2017.
  5. Legal Ethics: Attorney-Client Privilege for In-House and Outside Corporate Counsel, American Health Lawyers Association, Long-Term Care Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, Feb. 23-24, 2017.
  6. Understanding the Complicated Nuances of the Attorney-Client Privilege as it Relates to Internal Company Communications, Corporate Counsel Section, DRI Products Liability Seminar, Las Vegas, Nevada, Feb. 9, 2017.
  7. Proportionality, Controlling Costs, and Privilege Waiver, Nashville, Tennessee, Jan. 2, 2017.
  8. In-House Communications with Employees During Litigation Process: Protecting Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product, Strafford Webinar, Oct. 27, 2016.
  9. Controlling Discovery Costs, Ethical Considerations, and Avoiding Privilege Waiver under the New Federal Rules, In-House Practice Update, Knoxville, Tennessee, Sept. 23, 2016.
  10. Horse-Shedding 101: Ethical Preparation for Depositions and Trials, Iowa Association of Defense Counsel, Des Moines, Iowa, Sept. 22, 2016.
  11. The Crossroads of Ethics, Confidentiality, and the Attorney-Client Privilege for Corporate Outside and In-House Counsel, DRI Business Litigation, Nashville, May 5, 2016.
  12. Overview of the Changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Will Tennessee’s Rules Change, too?, Tennessee Paralegal Association, April 2016.
  13. Taking and Defending Depositions, Tennessee Bar Association, Litigation Forum, April 2016.
  14. Protecting Privilege in Post-Accident Investigations, Strafford Webinar, March 22, 2016.
  15. In-House Counsel Depositions: Navigating Complex Legal and Ethical Issues, Strafford Webinar, Jan. 14, 2016.
  16. Attorney-Client Privilege, Work-Product, and Ethical Considerations for Tennessee Lawyers, Tennessee Justice Programs, Memphis, December 17, 2015.
  17. In-House Counsel Issues: Ethics, Confidentiality, and the Attorney-Client Privilege, BABC Litigation Seminar Series, Nashville, December 15, 2015.
  18. Attorney-Client Privilege, Work-Product, and Ethical Considerations for Tennessee Lawyers, Tennessee Justice Programs, Nashville, December 10, 2015.
  19. Attorney-Client Privilege, Work-Product, and Ethical Considerations for Tennessee Lawyers, Tennessee Justice Programs, Knoxville, December 3, 2015.
  20. Horse-Shedding 101: Ethical Witness Preparation for Depositions and Trials, DRI Strictly Automotive Seminar, Nashville, November 2015.
  21. Taking and Defending Depositions, Tennessee Bar Association, Litigation Forum, April 2015.
  22. Complex Considerations of Ethics, Confidentiality, Work-Product, and Privileges, Tennessee Valley Public Power Association, Nashville, February 2015.
  23. Controls for the Uncontrollable: Avoiding & Managing Litigation Risk, Tennessee Bankers Association Credit Conference, Nashville, February 2015.
  24. Latest Developments on Attorney–Client Privilege for Corporate Outside and In-House Counsel, Pulte Homes Law Summit, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2014.
  25. Ethical, Confidentiality, and Privilege Considerations for Corporate Counsel and In-House Counsel, Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys (OACTA) Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio, November 2014.
  26. Investigator Training—The Attorney–Client Privilege, Louisiana–Pacific Corporation, Nashville, Tennessee, October 2014.
  27. Privileges, Bullies, and Objections: The Subterranean Facets of Deposition Taking, DRI Deposition Institute, Chicago, Illinois, September 2014.
  28. Protecting Privilege from Selective Waiver, DRI Business Litigation Seminar, Washington, D.C., May 2014.
  29. Identifying and Avoiding Ethical Issues in Jury Trials, DRI Trial Tactics Seminar, Miami, Florida, March 2014.
  30. Taking and Defending Depositions, Tennessee Bar Association Litigation Forum, Nashville, Tennessee, March 2014.
  31. Litigation and Law Department Trends in 2014 and Beyond, BABC Litigation Series Seminar, December 2013.
  32. Attorney–Client Privilege for In-House Counsel, Pulte Homes Law Department Summit, Scottsdale, Arizona, November 2013.
  33. “But I cc’d Legal, so it must be privileged!”: Attorney–Client Privilege and Ethical Challenges for In-House Counsel, DRI Corporate Counsel regional Meeting, Detroit, October 1, 2013.
  34. “But I cc’d Legal, so it must be privileged!”: Attorney–Client Privilege and Ethical Challenges for In-House Counsel, DRI Corporate Counsel Committee “Let’s Talk” Monthly Conference, audioconference, September 2013.
  35. “But I cc’d Legal, so it must be privileged!”: Attorney–Client Privilege and Ethical Challenges for In-House Counsel, DRI Corporate Counsel Regional Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, September 2013.
  36. Becoming Indispensable: Moving from Second-Chair Associate to First-Chair Trial Lawyer, DRI Young Lawyers Seminar, Las Vegas, June 2013.
  37. Taking and Defending Depositions, Tennessee Bar Association Litigation Forum, Nashville, Tennessee, March 2013.
  38. Ethical Considerations and the Corporate Attorney–Client Privilege for In-House Counsel, BABC Litigation Series Seminar, Nashville, December 2012.
  39. The Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Doctrine in Practice, ABA Young Lawyers Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, May 2012
  40. Taking and Defending Depositions, Tennessee Bar Association Litigation Forum, Nashville, Tennessee, March 2012.
  41. Evidentiary Privileges in Settlement Negotiations and Mediations, Madison County Bar Association, Jackson, Tennessee 2011.
  42. Taking and Defending Depositions, Tennessee Bar Association, Litigation Forum, Nashville, Tennessee, March 2011.
  43. Tennessee Law of Privileges, Tennessee Bar Association Annual Convention, Nashville, Tennessee, June 2010.
  44. Corporate Counsel Beware: Conflicts of Law May Spoil Your Privileges, M. Lee SmithAudio Conference, Jan. 2010; Nov. 2010.
  45. An Overview of Tennessee Law on Covenants Not to Compete and Trade Secrets, Nashville, Tennessee 2008.
  46. Getting Down to Work—Understanding Critical Legal Issues and Motions, DRI Employment Law Seminar, Chicago, Illinois, May 2008.
  47. The Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege—Emerging Issues for In-House and Outside Counsel, DRI Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., October 2007.
  48. Attorney-Client Privilege & Work Product Doctrine, Nashville, Tennessee 2007.
  49. New Issues in Attorney-Client Privilege for Corporate Counsel, National Constitution Center, July 2007 & December 2007.
  50. Avoiding Legal Malpractice for In-House and Outside Counsel, Knoxville, Nashville, Memphis December 2006.
  51. Protecting the Employer-Client from Identity Theft Liability, Nashville, Tennessee 2006.
  52. The Problem Deposition, Nashville, Tennessee 2006.
  53. Avoiding Legal Malpractice for Outside and In-House Counsel, Tennessee Bar Association, Memphis, Nashville & Knoxville 2006.
  54. The Attorney-Client Privilege for In-House Counsel, Nashville, Tennessee, June 2005.
  55. Non-Compete Agreements, Nashville, Tennessee 2005.
  56. Overview of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Nashville, Tennessee 2005.
  57. Primer on the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, DRI Employment Law Seminar, Chicago, Illinois May 2004.
  58. Navigating Evidentiary Privileges, DRI Young Lawyers Seminar, Orlando, Florida, June 2004.

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