3 hours of CLE Credit
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in partnership with the Cleveland eDiscovery Roundtable will host the rescheduled “Electronic Discovery and the Pending Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure," Friday, September 4th at 9:00 a.m. Two panels of distinguished federal judges and experienced practitioners will engaged in an informative discussion of these important changes and their relationship to eDiscovery.
Funding for this event is provided by Eaton Corporation.
Panel I: Judicial Perspectives
Judge Jeffrey S. Sutton, U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
Judge James G. Carr, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
Magistrate Judge James R. Knepp, II, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
Judge Benita Y. Pearson, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
Moderator: Professor Brian E. Ray, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Panel II: Practitioner Perspectives
Julie Harris, Counsel, The Lubrizol Corporation
Ted Hiser, Counsel, Jones Day Cleveland
Theo Verginis, Senior Attorney, Litigation, Eaton Corporation
Moderator: Timothy Opsitnick, founder and General Counsel of JurInnov
Cleveland-Marshall hosts the Stokes Scholars, a Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association pipeline diversity program for college students who are interested in attending law school in the future.
Sponsored by the Northeast Ohio Chapter and the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Student Chapter of the American Constitution Society, the ACLU of Ohio, the Norman S. Minor Bar Association, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and the Cleveland-Marshall Law Alumni Association.
The third installment in this use of force program series will explain the details of Cleveland's Consent Decree. The panelists, who were intimately involved in the negotiations that produced the final consent decree, will begin the program by outlining the details of the agreement. The discussion will then focus on the judicial and external monitoring necessary to ensure the consent decree's success. To close, the panel will discuss how to keep the legal and civic communities engaged in the coming months and years.
Carole Rendon, First Assistant US Attorney, Northern District of Ohio
Barbara Langhenry, Law Director, City of Cleveland
Gary Singletary, Chief Counsel, City of Cleveland
Moderator: Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Associate Professor of Law, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
The Sherwin-Williams Company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Christopher M. Connor will deliver the commencement address at Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s graduation ceremony for the class of 2015. The ceremony will take place Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. in the Cleveland State University Bert L. and Iris S. Wolstein Center.
Connor will receive an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from Cleveland State University during the graduation ceremony.
Connor began his career with Sherwin-Williams in 1983 as director of advertising for the company’s Paint Stores Group, and has served as chairman and CEO for the past 15 years. During that time, Sherwin-Williams has grown into a global leader of paint and coating products with over $11 billion in annual sales and more than 4,100 company-owned stores and facilities. Sherwin-Williams ranked 278 on the 2014 Fortune 500 list, and is the fifth-largest company based in Northeast Ohio.
An Akron, Ohio native, Connor is heavily involved in the region, maintaining civic and community board engagements with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, The Playhouse Square Foundation, University Hospitals Health System and the Greater Cleveland Partnership. He serves on the board of the Eaton Corporation and is Chairman of the Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
A ticket is required for all attendees of the commencement ceremony. Immediately following the ceremony, graduates and guests will be invited to attend a reception at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, 1801 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland.
The Cleveland State Law Review is proud to present a timely debate concerning the influence of money in today's political culture. Presenters will discuss the basic concerns of money in politics, as well as creative solutions to these concerns. Each presenter will present on individual topics for twenty minutes each, followed by a thirty minute question and answer panel discussion.
The symposium precedes a keynote address by renowned Harvard Professor Lawrence Lessig "How Money (in politics) Matters."
- Professor Bruce Ledewitz, Duquesne Law School
- Professor James G. Wilson, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
- Professor Eugene D. Mazo, Wake Forest University School of Law
- The Honorable Lynn Adelman, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin