Join us in Chicago for a seminar that has something for everyone, including analysis of high-profile legal events that “broke the internet.” Topics include medical practice after Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the impact of live-streaming trials, and the ethical minefield that is representing a provider in a malpractice claim when the provider is also facing criminal charges for medical decisions. Each day has dedicated time for networking opportunities in a variety of settings, including an off-site networking event at Ace Bounce, with the Insurance Coverage and Claims Institute attendees, on Thursday evening.
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With plaintiffs’ attorneys attempting to circumvent written discovery limitations through 30(b)(6) depositions, successful trial attorneys need to be attuned to analyzing and deconstructing the 30(b)(6) deposition notice properly and determining the appropriate corporate designee(s) at the outset. Defense counsel can stop plaintiffs’ counsel in their tracks with thorough preparation of these witnesses and effective defense of these depositions, including instruction on the Reptile Theory.
The 30(b)(6) workshop providing attendees of this interactive program with the tools necessary to push back on the deposition notice and, ultimately, prepare and defend the witness at deposition. Take advantage of this valuable opportunity to practice techniques with highly skilled trial attorneys. One-on-one and small group exercises will ensure that you are prepared to mount an impactful defense. Act now to reserve a spot as space is limited to 30 attendees.
Mindful of our impact, we understand that you may have alternative lunch plans due to pre-arranged client or colleague meetings. To ensure an accurate count for lunch, reduce food waste, and guarantee your seat, please indicate if you will attend the networking lunch.
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