Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Update

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The Commercial and Federal Litigation Section will be holding a day-long CLE titled Federal Civil Practice: A Primer in November and December at locations in all four federal districts of New York. This course will focus on practice and procedure in federal district courts and is designed to familiarize attorneys with best practices for litigating civil matters in federal court. Experienced federal court practitioners and a number of judges will offer helpful, practical tips and guidance on handling all aspects of a civil case in federal court. The program is designed to provide practical "nuts-and-bolts" information and places particular emphasis on discovery, including discussion of the most recent developments concerning discovery of electronically stored information. The faculty will highlight many of the differences between civil practice in state court and in federal district court. The course is also a useful review for more experienced practitioners who may want to brush up on their knowledge. The program will be offered at the following times/locations:

Wednesday, November 13: Long Island (Melville, NY)
Thursday, November 14: Albany (Latham, NY)
December 4: Rochester
December 5: New York City

For additional details about this program, or about joining the Commercial & Federal Litigation Section, please contact Erica Weisgerber at .

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