Litigating Personal Injury Cases in Federal Court: Practical Considerations for Plaintiff’s Attorneys


Details

Thursday, November 19, 2020|5:00PM- 6:00PM 

 
1 Skills CLE Credit
This seminar has been approved for transitional & non-transitional credits.
 

This CLE program will be a PLAINTIFF-ONLY event. All registrants will sign an affidavit prior to the webinar as to both their and their firm's plaintiffs-only status.

Registration closes at 4 pm on Nov. 19th. You must register in advance!

 

This course is designed to educate the plaintiff’s attorney who is uninitiated in – or even downright scared of – basic federal personal injury practice. It is intended to be a crash course on federal pretrial procedural requirements and strategic considerations that every plaintiff’s attorney should be familiar with. We will cover these requirements and practical tips, from the pleading stage and initial pretrial conference through discovery practice and expert witness considerations. We will also discuss the circumstances under which a case is likely to – or must – end up in federal court, and strategic considerations that may make federal court a preferable forum. 

 

 

 

 

Faculty:

 

Jesse Minc, Esq.

Rosenberg Minc Falkoff & Wolff, LLP.

 

Eli Fuchsberg, Esq.

The Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Firm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Credit

This program has been approved for credit in the following jurisdiction(s):

New York State Unified Court System, CLE Board

Credit has been approved with the New York State Unified Court System, CLE Board for 1.00 Skills credit. New York State Trial Lawyers Association is an approved CLE provider with the NY State CLE Board.

Materials

Materials available with registration:
Litigating Personal Injury Cases in Federal Court: Practical Considerations for Plaintiff’s Attorneys:
PLAINTIFF ONLY AGREEMENT

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy

We require 24 hour prior notice to cancel webinar attendance.  No refunds will be given for later cancellations.