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Technology has come a long way since the days of the typewriter and mimeograph machine. Is your office keeping up with the times? Learn about the hottest new trends in technology and how they can help you streamline your office’s practices and make your clients’ lives, and yours, a little easier. This session will help you navigate the brave new world of iPads, apps, digitizing files, email encryption, efaxing, the “cloud,” and much more.
Darci E. Burrell Darci Burrell’s dedication to advancing the rights of society’s less powerful is equaled only by her devotion to the rule of law. An unyielding advocate for her clients, Ms. Burrell’s innovative legal work has expanded the bounds of civil rights law....MoreDarci Burrell’s dedication to advancing the rights of society’s less powerful is equaled only by her devotion to the rule of law. An unyielding advocate for her clients, Ms. Burrell’s innovative legal work has expanded the bounds of civil rights law. She is particularly noted for the novel application of “aiding and abetting” claims to employment discrimination cases, including one case against a psychiatrist who determined that an African American employee was unfit for duty because she kept raising claims of racial discrimination in the workplace. Ms. Burrell is a partner of Levy Vinick Burrell Hyams LLP. Prior to that, she was a senior associate with the employment practice group of Boxer & Gerson LLP, where she successfully litigated and tried cases on behalf of women subjected to gender discrimination and sexual harassment, people subjected to racial discrimination and harassment, people with disabilities, whistleblowers, tradeswomen and other women in non-traditional employment, and others, against both corporations and public entities. Ms. Burrell has practiced civil rights and public interest law since she graduated from UCLA Law School in 1995, beginning with a year serving as the Ruth Chance Law Fellow with Equal Rights Advocates, a women’s employment law center in San Francisco. In that position, Ms. Burrell represented women and girls in cases involving sexual harassment and gender-based discrimination. She also advocated on behalf of women in non-traditional employment, including tradeswomen and fire fighters. Ms. Burrell then joined the NAACP Legal Defense Fund as a staff attorney, litigating class action lawsuits on behalf of, among others, female police officers, African American probation officers, and residents of a largely-Latino neighborhood fighting a new freeway extension. Ms. Burrell returned to the Bay Area in 1998 to serve as a Civil Rights Attorney with the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, enforcing laws against discrimination in education on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, gender, and disability. Two years later, she joined Goldstein, Demchak, Baller, Borgen & Dardarian as a civil litigator involved in a variety of employment discrimination and wage and hour class action lawsuits. Collapse
Susan Hutchison Susan Hutchison attended Texas Tech University School of Law where she served as Associate Editor of the Texas Tech Law Review, received the Judge Mead F. Griffin Award for exemplifying the ideals of the legal profession, and was a member of Phi...MoreSusan Hutchison attended Texas Tech University School of Law where she served as Associate Editor of the Texas Tech Law Review, received the Judge Mead F. Griffin Award for exemplifying the ideals of the legal profession, and was a member of Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. Upon graduation from law school in 1987, Ms. Hutchison began practicing with the Fort Worth firm of Reynolds, Shannon, Miller, Blinn, White & Cook which subsequently became Shannon, Gracey, Ratliff & Miller, L.L.P. She left that firm in 1988 to join Fielding, Barrett & Taylor, L.L.P. where she practiced primarily in the areas of employment, personal injury, and medical malpractice litigation. She left that firm in 1994 to form the firm of Molloy, Lewis & Holloway, L.L.P., which became Lewis & Hutchison, P.C. in 1998, then Foreman, Lewis, & Hutchison, P.C., and currently Hutchison, Lewis & Dauphinot, P.C. Her practice currently focuses on employment litigation and civil rights litigation, including cases involving discrimination and sexual harassment. Ms. Hutchison was selected as a Texas Super Lawyer by Texas Monthly Magazine in 2003, 2004, and 2006-2012 in the area of employment litigation. She has also been listed as a “Top Attorney” in Fort Worth, Texas magazine for each of these years. She has an AV rating (the highest possible peer reviewed rating) from the Martindale Hubble legal directory and the firm has been named to the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. Ms. Hutchison is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She is a past President of the Tarrant County Bar Association, Labor & Employment Section. She is also a member of the National Employment Lawyers Association, the DFW Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, Texas Employment Lawyers Association, the State Bar of Texas, the American Bar Association, and the Tarrant County Bar Association. Collapse
Kenneth J. Laska Kenneth J. Laska is a principal in Segal & Laska LLC of Plainville, Connecticut. He is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College where he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in mathematics in 1966. Thereafter he graduated from Suffolk...MoreKenneth J. Laska is a principal in Segal & Laska LLC of Plainville, Connecticut. He is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College where he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in mathematics in 1966. Thereafter he graduated from Suffolk University Law School in 1969. He is admitted to practice in the States of Connecticut and Massachusetts. He is also been admitted to the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut. He has been the public defender for the 17th Circuit Court in Connecticut as well as a special public defender for the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, the City Attorney for Bristol Connecticut as well a special counsel for the City of Bristol, and counsel to the Central Connecticut Regional Planning Agency. He is served on the Board of Governors of both the Connecticut Bar Association and the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. His practice is primarily plaintiffs’ litigation. During the six years he was the city attorney for Bristol he handled all of their labor matters relating to arbitration, mediation, and prohibited practice and also represented local police officers in their labor disputes. Collapse
Christina L. Montgomery Christina L. Montgomery is the owner and founder of the Law Office of Christina L. Montgomery in Watertown, MA where she practices employment law, with a particular focus on unemployment and other separation issues. She is currently the Treasurer of...MoreChristina L. Montgomery is the owner and founder of the Law Office of Christina L. Montgomery in Watertown, MA where she practices employment law, with a particular focus on unemployment and other separation issues. She is currently the Treasurer of the Massachusetts Employment Lawyers Association and served on NELA’s 2013 Annual Convention Committee. She was a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Section Council for several years and Co-Chaired the MBA’s annual Employment Law Conference in 2011. Ms. Montgomery has also presented widely on a variety of employment-related issues including the MBA’s “Employment Law Basics” which she co-chaired in 2010. Ms. Montgomery has been chosen as a Super Lawyers Rising Star for 2010, 2011 and 2012. She is admitted to the bars of Massachusetts and Rhode Island, holds a B.A. and an M.A. from the University of Massachusetts, and is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law. In her spare time, Ms. Montgomery is the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Bedford Montessori School in Bedford, MA, and the mother of a spirited 5-year-old future associate. Collapse
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Is There An App For That? - Audio
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