EVIDENCE TO WIN 2019




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March 22, 2019

9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

 

6 CLE Credits (3 Skills & 3 Areas of Professional Practice)


Continental breakfast 9-9:30am

 

Do you want to learn the secrets of winning tough cases in tough places from top lawyers that do 
so consistently?

 

Do you want to learn how to turn routine cases into extraordinary cases?

 

Do you want to learn the newest techniques on how to use 
Evidence to Win, and win BIG?

 

Learn from a national All-Star panel how to use evidence to WIN. This class is designed to teach you how to use the rules of evidence in common cases to get the “good stuff” into evidence, and keep out of evidence or effectively deal with the “bad stuff”- learn how to turn lemons into lemonade. Get valuable 
practice tips and take-home trial-ready law memos that will save you countless hours of research time and help you win.

 

Learn about NEW changes to the CPLR and recent Court of Appeals and Appellate Division cases on social media.

 

Learn how to use Focus Groups to decide what evidence you need and how to use it to win.

 

Learn what to do with your Uber cases.

 

If you don’t know how to defeat the “trial by smear”, the newest CPLR changes and most recent cases, or how to handle “black box” data, or problems with social media or how trucks and buses are not regular vehicular cases, you need EVIDENCE TO WIN! If you are getting tired of being “low-balled” on your cases, you need to learn EVIDENCE TO WIN!

 

 

 

New Laws & Cases, Overcoming Trial by Smear 
& Other Evidentiary Problems

Robert J. Genis, Esq. – Chair

Sonin & Genis

 

A View from the Bench

Hon. Elizabeth Taylor

Supreme Court, Bronx County

 

Domino Theory of Proximate Cause
Edward P. Capozzi, Esq. 
Brach Eichler, LLC
Vice President NJAJ

 

Black Boxes and Demonstrative Evidence

Martin W. Edelman, Esq.

NYSTLA Past President

Edelman & Edelman, PC

 


Focusing on Evidence: Use of Focus Groups to Target Your Evidence

Andrew Finkelstein, Esq.

Finkelstein & Partners

 

Proving Violations of Standards
David Roth, Esq.

NYSTLA Second Vice President
Roth & Roth, LLP

 


Uber Truck U: Evidentiary Issues in Truck, Bus and Uber Cases 

Larry M. Simon, Esq.

Past Chair of AAJ Trucking Litigation Group

Current Chair of AAJ Bus Litigation Group

Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins, P.C.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Location

Location

NYSTLA

132 Nassau Street, 2nd Floor

New York, NY 10038

(212) 349-5890


Travel/Accommodations

Transportation
Subway information

2 or 3 to Park Place or Fulton Street

4, 5 or 6 to Brooklyn Bridge

A or C to Broadway Nassau

R to City Hall


Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy

We require 24 hour prior notice to cancel seminar attendance.
No refund will be given for later cancellations, or once the seminar begins.