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Brooklyn Bar Association CLE on eDiscovery postponed

Foreclosure Practice CLE Scheduled for November

September 20, 2016 By Rob Abruzzese Brooklyn Daily Eagle
The Brooklyn Bar Association's next scheduled CLE session takes place on Nov. 7, when Jimmy Lathrop (pictured) and Anthony W. Vaughn, Jr. lecture on new developments in foreclosure practice. Eagle photo by Rob Abruzzese
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The Brooklyn Bar Association (BBA) announced on Tuesday that it has postponed a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar that was originally scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 21 on the topic of eDiscovery.

The lecture, which was tentatively titled “Taking the Fear out of eDiscovery,” was set to be hosted by Talia T. Page, a training specialist, and Tim McCorry, a computer forensic engineer, at RVM Enterprises. The duo had previously given a CLE lecture on the same topic at the Bar Association back in 2014.

At press time, the event had not yet been rescheduled, but it will be announced in these pages when it is. The next CLE session at the BBA will be titled “New Developments in Foreclosure Practice,” and will be hosted by Jimmy Lathrop and Anthony W. Vaughn, Jr. on Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. at the Bar Association in Brooklyn Heights.

Lathrop and Vaughn will cover topics including recent decisions of interest, motion practice, discovery techniques, “bad faith” hearings, Appellate practice, homeowner protection under the banking law, ex parte applications for injunctive relief and legislative changes.

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