May 31, 2006

Jenner & Block Partner David M. Greenwald will serve as a faculty member at a three-day American Law Institute – American Bar Association (ALI-ABA) course entitled, “Civil Practice and Litigation Techniques in Federal and State Courts,” to be held May 31 – June 2 at the Charleston Place Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina.

Mr. Greenwald will serve as a panelist on May 31 at a morning session entitled, “Discovery Conflicts and the Electronic Media; Proposed FRCP E-Discovery Rules,” followed by a session entitled, “Ethical Developments: New Rules and Amendments; Conflicts Facing Civil Litigators.”  

During the “Advanced Procedural Issues” afternoon session, Mr. Greenwald will lead a panel entitled, “Current Attorney-Client and Work Product Privilege Issues: Ethics and Professional Responsibility.”  Mr. Greenwald will also participate in a discussion of “Deposition Techniques and Disputes” and “Private Civil Actions and Concurrent or Subsequent Regulatory or Criminal Proceedings.”

On June 1, Mr. Greenwald will participate in a session entitled, “Protective Orders and Confidentiality Agreements” as well as the Clinical Judicial Workshop that will discuss effective trial techniques, jury selection, request to change, opening statements, direct and cross examination, bench trials, handling of exhibits, demonstrative evidence and closing statements.  

Mr. Greenwald will also participate in the June 2 morning panel session entitled, “Summary Judgment Movements” and “Mass Tort Developments.”  

For more information or to register, please click here to view the course website.