Litigating Medical Negligence and Injured Infant Cases Seminar

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Litigating Medical Negligence and Injured Infant Cases Seminar 

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April 9, 2010 - April 10, 2010
Caesars Palace
Las Vegas, NV

13 CLE Credits

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AGENDA
 
Friday, April 9, 2010
                                           
• Retinopathy of Prematurity
Richard M. Shapiro, FL

Dealing with the Standards Associated with Fetal Monitor Tracings and New Developments
Joan Drukker Dauphinee, RNC, MS, FL
 
Instrumental Deliveries—Forceps and Vacuums
James P. Frickleton, MO
 
Managing the Prematurity Defense
Richard M. Rogers, OR
 
Cardiovascular Cases
Gary D. Fox, FL
 
Pulmonary Embolism, Aortic Dissections, and Aneurisms
Lisa K. Vigil Curtis, NM
 
Abdominal Injury Cases·                    
Kenneth M. Sigelman, J.D., M.D., CA

Obtaining Full Justice for Your Clients in the Era of Tort “Reform”
Julie Braman Kane, FL
 
The Infant Life Care Plan—Providing for the Life Long Needs of a Child
 Brian J. McKeen, MI
  
Saturday, April 10, 2010
 
Top Ten Tips for Trying Shoulder Dystocia Cases
James D. Horwitz, CT
 
Settlement Planning for Plaintiffs with Special Needs
Kevin Urbatsch, CA
 
Effective Strategies for Dealing with Defenses and Defense Experts
Rhonda Hill Wilson, PA
 
Subrogation
Donna R. Davis, TN
  
Jury Selection: Effective Voir Dire when Faced with Severe Time Restrictions
 J. Thomas Rhodes, III, TX
 
Gynecological and Obstetrical Injuries to Women
Kathleen Flynn Peterson, MN
 
Medical Negligence Animation
Douglas H. Arnest, MS, CO

How to Vet an Infectious Disease Case—Reading and Interpreting Medical Records, 
  Tests, and Films
Susan Friery, M.D., J.D.
 
 

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