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Emojis and the Law

Program Number: 2992 Presenter: Eric Goldman, Esq.

Can emojis form a contract? Can you go to jail for using emojis? The rapid adoption of emojis generates some interesting questions for our legal system. While many of those questions pose standard interpretative challenges to courts, emojis have a half-dozen unique attributes of emojis that create potential interpretation challenges for courts and litigators. This talk will explain what's new and unique about emojis and the law, including the interpretation and intellectual property issues they raise.

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How Choosing People in Every Day Life Helps Choosing Jurors during Jury Selection

Program Number: 2860a Presenter: Alan Tuerkheimer, Esq.

We choose people every day. A partner, a babysitter, an employee, a date. Many of the skills we have as “non-lawyer people” when interacting with people and making decisions are also helpful when selecting a jury. Many times lawyers forget that picking a jury involves many of the same communication and decision-making skills used in everyday life. This seminar helps lawyers the next time they have to choose people in life and during jury selection.

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