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Responding to and Preventing Healthcare Data Breaches
W. Reece Hirsch | Morgan Lewis

Data breaches caused by cyberattacks and other incidents are so common today that in-house counsel spend much of their time worrying about them, particularly in the healthcare space where data breaches can include disclosure of personal health...

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Ancient Viruses to Modern Treatment: Substance Abuse in the Legal Profession
Houman Ehsan | O'Melveny & Myers

Is an ancient virus the reason humans are susceptible to substance use disorders? How has modern medicine changed the way we treat substance use disorders? If I know a colleague who has a problem with alcohol or drugs, what can I do to help? ...

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The Negotiating Playing Field
David C. Lee | Gibson Dunn

For years, law and business schools throughout the world have been teaching proven strategies and techniques that can make you a better negotiator. This course distills those teachings into the most important concepts and techniques that the...

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Implicit Bias: Unconscious Thoughts, Conscious Impact
Jean F. Kuei | Pillsbury

We all have implicit biases, and these biases pose a challenge to our efforts to improve diversity and eliminate discrimination in the legal profession. This course identifies the most common ways implicit bias can affect the hiring, advancement...

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Advancing Diversity & Inclusion: A Guide for You and Your Company
BJ Trach | Latham & Watkins

As an in-house lawyer, why should you care about diversity and inclusion? This course gives you four good reasons why you should -- your company's culture, internal clients, legal talent, and performance of your team -- and offers advice on...

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Class Actions (Yuck): How to Avoid Them and What to Do if You’re Hit with One
Jeffrey S. Jacobson | Faegre Drinker

More than 5,000 class action lawsuits are filed each year in the state and federal courts in the United States, which means that thousands of lawyers just like you who work at these companies will face the unhappy task of dealing with a class...

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Limiting Class Action Exposure with Effective Class Action Waivers
Ezra D. Church | Morgan Lewis

Is arbitration right for your company in agreements with its customers and employees? If it is, how do you craft an enforceable arbitration clause that includes a waiver of the right to assert claims on behalf of a class? Taking into account...

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Relentless & Ridiculous: The New Normal of False Advertising Litigation
Hannah Chanoine | O'Melveny & Myers

These days, manufacturers of nearly every consumer product under the sun are catching false advertising claims. If you make a consumer-facing product, the odds are, litigation like this is not a matter of if but when, which means, false...

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Depression in the Legal Profession
Joseph Milowic III | Quinn Emanuel

Experts differ on whether lawyers are more prone to depression than others who work in equally high-stress occupations such as doctors. But one thing is clear: the stigma associated with depression is one of the reasons lawyers may not get help...

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