Speaking Engagements

The Impact of Social Media on Evidence: What Arbitrators Need to Know

American Arbitration Association Webcast
05.07.14

1-2:30 p.m. CDT

Gardere Partner Peter S. Vogel, chair of the Internet, eCommerce and Technology Team, is scheduled to present on "The Impact of Social Media on Evidence: What Arbitrators Need to Know" at the American Arbitration Association webcast on May 7. During the 90-minute webcast, Mr. Vogel will discuss the effect of social media on the arbitration process and what you'll need to know and do in order to manage this process in the cyber age.

CLE credit will be available. For more information and registration options, click here.

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