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2014 Persuasion, Discovery, and Client Counseling - Keys to the Modern Practice



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Date: 09/19/2014

NATA 2014 ANNUAL MEETING AND FALL SEMINAR

PERSUASION, DISCOVERY AND CLIENT COUNSELING KEYS TO THE MODERN PRACTICE

Friday, September 19, 2014, Embassy Suites LaVista, 12520 Westport Parkway, LaVista, Nebraska

Program Chair: Kyle Long, The Robert Pahlke Law Group, Scottsbluff

Speakers' Materials - Table of Contents

A GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE eDISCOVERY
Robert W. Futhey, Fraser Stryker, PC LLO, Omaha
Rick Clyde, Continuum Security Solutions, Omaha

PERSUASIVE MEDIATION PRACTICE: HOW TO EFFECTIVELY PRESENT YOUR BEST CASE                                                     
Michael G. Mullin, Kutak Rock LLP, Omaha

PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: REPRESENTING THE IMPAIRED CLIENT – DEALING WITH OUR CLIENT’S DRUG AND ALCOHOL ISSUES                     
Matthew G. Miller, Matthew G. Miller, PC LLO, Omaha

THE RISE OF MICROSTORYTELLING – HOW SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE INTERNET IS IMPACTING HOW THE JURORS SEE YOUR CASE
Kyle J. Long, The Robert Pahlke Law Group, Scottsbluff

SHARPEN THE SAW: PRESENTATION PREPARATION AND SKILLS FOR LAWYERS
Aaron Duncan, Ph.D., Director of Speech and Debate Program
Department of Communications, University of Nebraska, Lincoln