United States: The “Future” Of Litigation And Dispute Resolution
Last Updated: April 27 2016

Location: Duke Energy Convention Center
Date: Friday, April 29, 2016
Time: 10:15 am - 5:00 pm

This program is designed as a complementary program to address the recent fundamental changes to the Federal Civil Rules and to drill down into the changing landscape of dispute resolution in the United States, with a focus on Ohio. The program will focus on how the changing face of law practice will affect dispute resolution practitioners (including "trial lawyers"), what the role of the jury trial will likely be in resolving disputes, how current and future alternative dispute resolution practices will affect the skills the successful lawyer will need to master, and how dispute lawyers will actually conduct their practices. In addition, the program more generally will touch on what kinds of "legal work" will likely be done by lawyers and what will not, whether lawyers will associate with non-lawyers to make legal services more accessible to the underserved public that cannot now afford to hire a lawyer, how technology will affect how lawyers practice law, and what the law firm of the future will look like.

Moderator: John B. Pinney, Esq.; Graydon Head; Cincinnati

Judge Beth A. Myers; Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas (Commercial Docket)
Gene Vance, Esq.; Stoll Keenon & Ogden, PLLC; Lexington, KY (ABA House of Delegates)
Martin Foos, Esq.; Faruki, Ireland & Cox; Dayton (OSBA Litigation Section Chair)

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