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This intermediate-to-advanced level program will give civil litigation attorneys a chance to have their specific questions answered by working civil court judges.

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Find out what judges think attorneys need to keep in mind in this candid discussion (see full course description)

 

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The Do's and Don'ts of Discovery and Trial Practice Civil Court Judges Want You to Know

This insightful discussion will guide your litigation efforts by putting you face to face with the judges to see trial practice from their perspective. Take advantage of a unique opportunity to ask the decision-makers crucial questions on best discovery and trial practices. Gain practical advice for likely scenarios, uncover specific judges' opinions and preferences, and prevent common mistakes. Find out what judges think attorneys need to keep in mind in this candid discussion – register today!

  • Follow proper discovery procedures to the letter to ensure thorough and admissible evidence supports your case.
  • Be confident that you're using expert depositions correctly.
  • Identify the most common voir dire errors that judges hope you'll avoid.
  • Don't miss any elements of trial presentation that matter to judges when they make decisions about your cases.
  • Challenge your opponents' experts with effective use and defense of Daubert motions.
  • Find out how local judges feel about the use of technology in the courtroom – what is helpful and what is simply distracting.

 



Panel Members: Honorable Peter Fryefield, Honorable Charles O. Mitchell Jr., Honorable John H. Moore II, Honorable Thomas E. Morris, Honorable John Bradford Stetson Jr. and Honorable Waddell A. Wallace III. Moderator - Donald M. Maciejewski.
Morning Session 9-12

  1. Recent Developments in State Evidentiary Laws
  2. Obtaining, Requesting and Spoliation of Evidence
  3. How to Prepare and Win Your Discovery Motion
  4. Demonstrative Evidence vs. Demonstrative Exhibits
  5. Expert Evidence and Gatekeeping: Effective Use and Defense of Daubert Motions

AM Break 15 minutes

  1. Pretrial Conferences/Statements and Issues Involving Late Disclosure of Evidence
  2. Effective Use of Motions in Limine on Evidentiary Issues
  3. Handling Voir Dire
  4. Submitting and Objecting to Proposed Jury Instructions
  5. Jury Views and How to Deal With Them

Lunch 12-1

Panel Members: Honorable Peter Fryefield, Honorable John H. Moore II, Honorable Thomas E. Morris, Honorable Harvey E. Schlesinger, Honorable John Bradford Stetson Jr. and Honorable Waddell A. Wallace III. Moderator - Donald M. Maciejewski.
Afternoon Session 1 - 4:30

  1. Most Common Evidentiary Issues
  2. Getting Your Evidence Admitted at Trial
  3. Using Technology in the Courtroom
  4. Using Expert Depositions at Trial
  5. Mediation Best Practices/Issues
  6. Use of Day-in-the-Life Videos/Mediation Videos

PM Break 15 minutes

  1. The Significance of an Opening Statement
  2. Diffuse the Issue or Ratify the Argument
  3. Making and Handling Motions in Objections at Trial
  4. When is a Side Bar Appropriate?
  5. Did You Get Everything on the Record?
  6. Post Trial Relief/Issues
  7. Preserving the Right to Appeal

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