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Federal Corner: CLE

Upcoming CLE

Best Practices and Discovery Disputes in Federal Courts

APRIL 10, 2024 | NOON-1:00 P.M.

Presented by The Federal Court Practice Committee

The distinguished panel of judges for this program — U.S. Magistrate Judge Hope Cannon, Northern Dist. of Florida; U.S. Magistrate Judge Leslie Hoffman Price, Middle Dist. of Florida; and U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart, Southern Dist. of Florida —  will cover the best practices, overall trends, and types of discovery disputes; use of ESI protocols and agreements; disputes involving collection and production of ESI; managing costs, drafting discovery requests; confidentiality orders; best practices for court resolution; and fees and sanctions. Program moderators are Andrea Nieto and James Stepan.

Approved by The Florida Bar for one hour of CLE credit, general, including 0.5 technology. Registration required.

Past CLE

Course #7728: Pro Bono Nuts & Bolts

This course has been approved by The Florida Bar for 1 hour of General CLE credit.

Attorneys discuss the nuts and bolts of being appointed to serve as pro bono counsel in federal court, including substantive topics of pro bono representation in section 1983 excessive force cases and child abduction cases under the Hauge Convention. U.S. Magistrate Judge Kyle Dudek discusses various funding sources available for reimbursement of costs incurred by pro bono attorneys.

Speakers: U.S. Magistrate Judge Kyle Dudek; Victor Bermudez, McIntyre & Bermudez, PLLC; Ashley Drumm, Esq., Carlton Fields; and Nathan Hill, Esq., Gunster. Moderator: Laura Boeckman

CLE presentations presented by The Florida Bar and the various sections, divisions, and committees of The Florida Bar are intended for educational purposes only and do not replace professional judgment. Statements of fact and opinions expressed are those of the presenters individually and, unless expressly stated to the contrary, are not the opinion of The Florida Bar or its sections, divisions or committees. The Florida Bar does not endorse or approve, and assumes no responsibility for, the content, accuracy, or completeness of the information presented.