Motor Vehicle, Bus, and Trucking Cases Webinar Series: Preemptive Strikes

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Motor Vehicle, Bus, and Trucking Cases Webinar Series: Preemptive Strikes 

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March 13, 2014
2:00 – 3:45 pm EDT

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Presented with AAJ’s Motor Vehicle, Highway and Premises Liability Section,
Bus Litigation Group, and Trucking Litigation Group.

The American Association for Justice Education has launched a new series of webinars on hot topics in motor vehicle, bus, and trucking cases. First in this series is a webinar focused on Preemptive Strikes in trial.

A faculty of experienced collision trial lawyers will arm participants with actionable strategies to implement in their next case. Faculty will discuss three preemptive strikes, including: Arming the Plaintiff’s Medical Experts, Arming the Plaintiff’s Liability and Causation Experts, and Voir Dire to Combat Junk Science.


Moderator Instructions and Series Introduction
Wade F. Suthard, NJ

First Preemptive Strike— Voir Dire to Combat Junk Science
Robert L. Collins, TX and Antonio M. Romanucci, IL


Second Preemptive Strike—Arming the Plaintiff’s Liability and Causation Experts
Robert L. Collins, TX

Third Preemptive Strike— Arming the Plaintiff’s Medical Experts
Antonio M. Romanucci, IL

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