KEY ISSUES THIS SESSION WILL ADDRESS
1) What federal laws should be considered prior to disposition?
2) What state laws and case law should be considered prior to disposition?
3) What key questions must be answered to arrive at a defensible disposition process?
4) What strategy should be implemented to satisfy legal hold concerns?
KEY ISSUES THIS SESSION WILL ADDRESS
The Federal Rules of Evidence and state equivalents, case law, and a plethora of federal and state statutes and regulations that apply to paper records and their digital images.
The few and ever-decreasing exceptions of records that must still be retained in so-called “wet signature” format. A retired
Information, Records and Content Governance is a critical component of doing business in the 21st century. Opportunities abound for organizations to leverage Big Data for profit. The incentives for companies to share information—internally and with customers, vendors and other outside partners—have risen dramatically. Leading companies
Navigating Through the Digital Turbulence is a seminar focused on the legal challenges that arise as internet-based operation and communication build up a “Digital Haystack,” including keeping up to date with technological innovations, understanding diverse collaborative tools such as blogs and wikis, and of course instant
Partner Dror Futter will be a panelist on an ABA webinar discussing the different issues that arise when start-up companies become suppliers to larger, more established companies, and how to improve the likelihood of success for those relationships.
This presentation will address ways in which established companies can mitigate risks when
Rimon Partner Juan E. Zúñiga (’92) will be a panelist at Harvard's “Celebration of Latino Alumni” (CLA), Latino Leadership: Embracing the Challenge Event. Mr. Zuniga will be speaking about Effective Small Firm and Solo Practice Management.
Among other topics, panelists will talk about The Future of Latinos in the
Each year, community leaders join PBA to raise funds for officers and their families in need. This "Ride and Rally Event" is the third annual family-friendly community event in support of law enforcement. With these events, the PBA aims to show support for all the men and women who risk their lives daily protecting
Mr. Mussman was a proud sponsor of The Heroes Curing Childhood Cancer event which took place at The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C, on February 25, 2017. This annual fundraiser provides vital funds for pediatric cancer patient care and research at Children's National Organization. The event has raised over $3 million since its inception and
Rimon Miami Partners Ignacio Alvarez and Carlos F. Gonzalez will assist as panelists at the Medical Cannabis Seminar in Miami, hosted by MedCan. The two attorneys will offer an update on the implementation of the medical marijuana laws in the State of Florida. This presentation aims to provide attendees with comprehensive information on the
Rimon’s Tax and Estate Planning Partner Filmore E. Rose will be a guest speaker at the Kitsap Estate Planning Professionals Seminar on January 26, 2017.
During the presentation of his topic: “Charitable Contributions of Interests in Real Estate”, Mr. Rose will discuss the different options that charitable organizations have to increase
Presentation provided by Rimon's Founding Partner and COO, Yaacov Silberman
A look back at the ethics opinions relevant to business lawyers issued by the states of New York, California, Texas, Illinois and Florida, as well as the ABA, in 2016. Topics covered will include confidentialy, conflicts of interest, collecting fees, and more.
(1 CLE Credit
Presentation provided by Rimon's Corporate and International Trade Attorney Jill M. Williamson together with Claire Walsh of Cannings Connolly, London.
Discussion of recent developments in data privacy in both the US and EU, covering the new EU Data Protection Regulation and the effect of Brexit on implementation, US Safe Shield, HIPAA,
Presentation provided by Rimon's Federal, State and International Tax Partner Melinda Fellner Bramwit
It has now been seven years since the launch of the first of the IRS offshore voluntary disclosure programs allowing taxpayers to come forward voluntarily to fix their unreported income issues and un-filed Fincen 114 (formerly "FBAR")