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The Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section sponsors and co-sponsors CLEs. Several recent CLEs, and links to some corresponding printed materials, are listed below. To rent or purchase a recording of a CLE (available in several different formats), please contact the Oregon State Bar at 503/431-6413 or 800/452-8260 or visit the OSB CLE seminars section of the bar’s website.

You can also access these and other CLEs from the bar’s website.  The Oregon State Bar also offers online seminars, available here.  If there are CLE topics that you would like to suggest, please leave a comment here, or submit your suggestion on the “Contact Us” page.

RECENT CLEs

ANNUAL MEETING – Panel of Enforcement Officials.  For details, click here.  November 9, 2010 at 4:00 p.m.  Upstairs at Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub, 112 SW 2nd Ave, Portland, Oregon 97204.  Up to 1.5 CLE credits.

Don’t Get Burned by E-Discovery: A Cautionary Tale.  Now avaliable as an online seminar, accompanied by written materials;  2.5 Hours of CLE credit, including 0.5 hour of ethics;  first offered April 30, 2010.  Posted August 6, 2010.
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  1. David Silverman permalink*
    April 29, 2010 12:39 pm

    Please note the following CLE luncheon opportunity

    April 30, 2010

    Oregon State Bar Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section Luncheon

    The New Friction Points in Electronic Discovery

    New friction points in electronic discovery are taking center stage. Almost daily, the legal community is hit with news of e-discovery-related sanctions. Many of these cautionary tales could have been avoided with relatively little extra thought and preparation. What qualifies as a “reasonable inquiry” under FRCP 26(g); what form is a “usable form” when producing electronically stored information (“ESI”); and what qualifies as sanctionable “gross negligence” when failing to preserve ESI? We will explain these terms and discuss our own intersection with these issues in this interactive lunch session.

    Introduction: Andrew Aubertine of Aubertine Draper Rose LLP

    Speaker: Aaron Cronan, Esq., Electronic Discovery and Privacy Consulting

    Aaron Cronan has gained a unique mix of litigation, information security, and electronic discovery experience over the last ten years. He spent six years in intellectual property and business litigation for fortune 1000 clients. His interest in technology, compliance, and governance led him to become the Director of Content Development for a national conference where he worked closely with information security thought leaders and executives from top companies. More recently, Cronan honed his information governance and e-discovery expertise at a top-tier e-discovery provider, working with NLJ 250 law firms and Fortune 500 companies. Cronan now manages an e-discovery consultancy, where he helps firms and companies wrestle with the evolving e-discovery landscape.

    · One hour of general CLE credit.
    · Date/Time: Friday April 30, 2010, 12:00 to 1:15 p.m.
    · Place: Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, 1300 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 2300, Portland, Oregon 97201.
    · Lunch will be provided.
    · Admission is free for Antitrust and Trade Regulation section members.
    · Admission and membership in the Antitrust and Trade Regulation section is $25.
    · Admission alone for non-section members is $10.
    · Antitrust and Trade Regulation section members, RSVP to ryan.bledsoe@tonkon.com by April 23, 2010.
    · All others, please send RSVP and check payable to the Oregon State Bar to Ryan Bledsoe, 888 SW Fifth Avenue, Suite 1600, Portland, OR 97201 by April 23, 2010 — or sign up at the door.

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