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The Labor & Employment Law Section has launched a new website and interactive online community for its members—SBM Connect. This private community will enhance the way we communicate and build relationships through the Section. Log in to SBM Connect today and see what the buzz is all about!
- ACCESS to archived seminar materials and the Lawnotes.
- FIND upcoming Section events
- NETWORK via a comprehensive member directory
- SHARE knowledge and resources in the member-only library
- PARTICIPATE in focused discussion groups
SBM Connect will eventually replace the current section website. Both websites will run concurrently to allow you time to discover the new tools and features available to members.
Making Your Case: Mastering the Ever-Changing Role of Technology in Your Practice
Date/Time: Wednesday, November 12, 2014; 4:30-8 p.m.
Location: Emagine Royal Oak, 200 N Main St., Royal Oak, MI 48067 [map]
Cost: $35 before November 5; $40 at the door. Includes refreshments (beer & wine) and appetizers served during the networking/social period at 6:30 p.m.
Registration: For advanced registration, make your check payable to the State Bar of Michigan and send it to Gary Francis, Plunkett Cooney, 38505 Woodward Ave, Suite 2000, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 48304.
This program is focused on providing an in-depth discussion on how technology can assist your labor and employment law practice. The discussion will provide a detailed examination of the various devices, apps, and software programs that can assist your advocacy and the day-to-day practice of law. Furthermore, the discussion will also focus on the practical, legal, and ethical implications of incorporating this new technology into your practice. The tips and guidance provided will be valuable tools in enhancing your practice, whether you work in a large firm, solo practice, or elsewhere.
The panelists will provide specific information on these new devices, apps, and programs with specific examples and tutorials. Also, the panelists will make sure you are aware of the pitfalls, traps, and legal concerns that you and your opposing counsel will encounter in this new age of technology in your practice. You will leave the program a tech-savvy practitioner.
- Kevin M. Carlson—Pitt McGehee Palmer & Rivers
- David G. King—Miller Canfield
- Brian E. Koncius—Bogas Koncius & Croson
- Courtney L. Nichols—Plunkett Cooney