Clark Hill Attorney Daniel T. Graham to Present Webinar to Northern District of Illinois E-Filers
– Clark Hill attorney Daniel T. Graham will explain the relevant principles and the case law associated with the discovery of electronically stored information, during a webinar titled “
What Everyone Should Know About the Mechanics of eDiscovery
”. The primary goal for this program will be to highlight the compliance obligations each litigant faces, and the benefits of electronic discovery, while understanding the evolution of cooperative discovery under the Seventh Circuit’s new Principles and Standing Order. The webinar, sponsored by The Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program in conjunction with the Merrill Corporation, is expected to draw more than1500 attendees on April 6 from 12-1:30 pm. To register for this event,
is a member of Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group in the firm’s Chicago office, and is an adjunct member of the Corporate Practice Group. Graham has represented several clients relating to their complex commercial matters from products liability to fiduciary litigation, as well as business formation issues. He has experience in developong e-commerce intiatives, negotiating and drafting custom-design software development and license agreements, web development, and hosting agreements, cloud computing, as well as large-scale ERP, CRM, SCM, BI, and ASP implementation agreements.
Dan also has extensive commercial litigation, arbitration, and mediation experience in the areas of custom software design, non-competition, trade secret, and software licenses. He was appointed a Special Attorney General for the State of Colorado to assist its Department of Education in the resolution of a major software license and implementation dispute.
Webinar: How Will The Supreme Court's Affirmative Action Ruling Affect Workplace DEI Programs?
This webinar will examine what the Supreme Court held in its ruling on universities’ affirmative action plans, the controversy surrounding how the Supreme Court’s ruling affects employer’s diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives, and the factors to be considered by public and private companies when deciding the future of their DEI efforts.