New Developments in Handling Personal Injury Cases

Friday, May 3, 2013

Program ID: 13689REC

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Date(s) - May 3, 2013
All Day

CLE Credits: This seminar may qualify for 2.25 hours MCLE

Tuition: Pay What You Want

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Even the practice of personal injury law is undergoing significant changes due to regulatory, healthcare and other developments at the national level.  The ability to recover from tort actions is being complicated in some areas, and simplified in others.  This new ASU Law CLE program will help personal injury attorneys improve their awareness of these and other important developments in this field of law, so as to maximize their effectiveness before the courts and with their clients.

Come join us to hear what’s new in technology and how technology impacts jury trials and the rules of evidence.  Get one hour of ethics credits and find out the latest trends in ethical complaints and how to avoid them AND find out how to get the most out of mediation.

Topics include:

Successful Mediation – How to Get the Most Out of a Mediation
Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Claims and Coverage
Technology Impact on Jury Trials and the Rules of Evidence
Diminished Value of Motor Vehicles That Have Been Involved in a Motor Vehicle Accident
Recent Developments in Law and Technology
Recent Trends in Ethical Complaints…And How to Avoid Them

Program Chair:
Michael E. Trauscht, Esq. – Attorney at Law, Tempe

Program Faculty:
Dean Douglas Sylvester – Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Tempe
Myles V. Lynk – Peter Kiewit Foundation Professor of Law and the Legal Profession, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Tempe

David Sandweiss – Senior Bar Counsel, State Bar of Arizona, Phoenix
Christopher M. Skelly – Scott & Skelly LLC, Phoenix

Robert D. Bohm – Knapp & Roberts, Scottsdale
Frank Verderame – Plattner Verderame, P.C., Phoenix

David E. Wattel – Wattel & York LLC, Chandler

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