A team from remoteadvocacy.com had the pleasure of presenting “Remote Advocacy: New Lawyering Skills Through the Eyes of a Neutral” at the Center for American and International Law, Institute for Law and Technology, 58th Annual Conference on Intellectual Property Law.  The virtual conference topics may be found on the event website.

In their presentation, Karl Bayer, University of Texas School of Law Professor Tracy McCormack, and the Exhibit Company’s Sherrie Wirth discussed:

Mediations, arbitrations, motion hearings, claim construction hearings, trials, and appeals – they all have been affected by COVID-19 and we are not going back. Advocates and decision makers alike can still do everything they previously did in person; now, it’s just done on a small screen when participating in remote proceedings. From technical considerations to broad public policy issues, we will try to get you comfortable and motivated to adopt remote advocacy.

If you would like to watch Karl’s brief online mediation presentation, you can find it on his YouTube channel.  The accompanying “Remote Advocacy Resource Guide” is also available for download.

Professor McCormack’s forthcoming book discussed in the presentation, “Remote Advocacy in a Nutshell,” is now available for pre-order.

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