Jazz Fest Seminar: Litigating Auto Collision Cases

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Jazz Fest Seminar: Litigating Auto Collision Cases 

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April 28, 2011 - April 30, 2011
Westin Canal Place
New Orleans, Louisiana

10 hours CLE Credits plus 1 hour of ethics credits    

                              

Cosponsored by Herman, Herman, Katz & Cotlar, L.L.P. and Louisiana Association for Justice

          

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Thursday, April 28

Theme:  Using Technology in Your Cases/Practice

Moderator Introduction and Welcome
Jackalyn A. Olinger, MO

Practical Technology for the Solo Practitioner
• Organizational tools that cut costs and save money
Tad Thomas, KY

Low-Tech DemonstrativesUsing High-Tech Demonstratives on a Low-Tech Budget
D. Mitchell Garrett, Jr., OK

Free Resources to Research Your Jurors on the Internet
Emily Hawk Raley, AL

Using Focus Groups to Determine What Demonstrative Evidence Your Jurors Want to See

Rethinking Depositions and Experts
Stephen J. Herman, LA

Friday, April 29

Moderator Introduction and Welcome

Tips for Quick Resolution
Elise R. Sanguinetti, CA

The Things You Shouldn’t Forget To Do Before Trial
Brian P. Galligan, IA

Litigation and the Probability of Causation
Michael D. Freeman, Ph.D., MPH, OR

Preserving the Civil Justice System in an Age of Deficit Reduction    Linda Lipsen, DC 

Motorcycle Cases Topic

Saturday, April 30

Moderator Introduction and Welcome
Steven C. Gill, LA

Be Your Own Accident Reconstructionist:  The Unexpected Evidence You Can Use to Make Your Case Successful or Things You Need to Do to Make Your Low Impact Case Successful
Stephen B. Chewning, VA

Defense Medical Exam Orders
Derrick L. Walker, VA

A Different Measure of Damages:  Qualitative v. Quantitative
William A. Barton, OR

Legal Ethics of Computing in the “Cloud”
Donald H. Slavik, CO 


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