Expert Witness Research - Comprehensive Intelligence on Opposing and Retained Expert Witnesses. This 60 minute presentation will be offered for MCLE credit and covers the following hot topics:
•Current law firm trends and economic conditions
•Best practices in choosing expert witnesses
•Solutions to retaining the most credible expert for your case
•Insights on gaining comprehensive intelligence on opposing and retained expert witnessespresentation will cover the following hot topics: current law firm trends and economic conditions, best practices in choosing expert witnesses, solutions to retaining the most credible expert for your case, and insights on gaining comprehensive intelligence on opposing and retained expert witnesses.
Speaker: Atlantis Tillman Langowski, Esq., Business Development Executive, Thomson Reuters Expert Witness Services - With more than 15 years of industry experience, including 12 years as a litigating attorney, Ms. Langowski now works collaboratively with lawyers and paralegals on the West Coast, connecting them with the best expert witness and the best expert witness intelligence available.
OCPA is a State Bar of California Approved MCLE provider and certifies that this seminar qualifies for MCLE CREDIT 1.0.
Free for OCPA Members and $10.00 for Non-Members with payment via website event (preferred) or can be made at the door.
Lunch will be provided by Thomson Reuters and SYR starting at 11:30 am. Presentation will start promptly at 12:00 pm (Sign-in begins at 11:30 am).
Parking is $6.00 per hour in the lot adjacent to the office or there is free parking at Fashion Island (the office is across the street from the Island Hotel and the nearest store is Neiman Marcus).
*Space is limited for this meeting, so please reserve your spot by RSVP'ing via this website event. Walk-ins are welcome on a first come first serve basis. Should you need to cancel your RSVP, please reply to the event e-mail and let the section chair know.
Throughout 2013, the OCPA will support our troops by collecting socks at each General Meeting and Section Meeting for The Hugs Project. Started in 2004, The Hugs Project is dedicated to sending care packages to our Service Men and Women deployed in the Middle East.
Please bring as many socks as you can - tube, crew and especially wicking socks are needed.