Friday, February 18, 2011
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The Law of Experts: Rules & More Rules
Morris R. Borea, Esq., Rome McGuigan, PC, Hartford
Protecting the Process: Shepherding Experts From Retention Through Discovery
Paul A. Slager, Esq., Silver Golub & Teitell, LLP, Stamford
- Selection of Experts
- Communicating with Experts
- Drafting Effective Disclosures
- Preparing Experts for Deposition
- Presenting Experts for Deposition
Dealing With Daubert
Stephanie Z. Roberge, Esq., Kennedy, Johnson, D'Elia & Gillooly, LLC, New Haven
Boosting Your Hypothetical or Argument with Technology
Kathleen L. Nastri, Esq., Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, PC, Bridgeport
- Using Technology & Visual Aids to Make Your Hypothetical Question Credible, Immune to Objection, Memorable and Persuasive
- Using PowerPoint and Other Technology for Closing Argument
- Eliminate the need for notes/outlines and reading long segments of testimony
- Allow yourself to communicate directly to the jury
- Reinforce key pieces of evidence
- Appeal to a new generation of jurors
The Work-Product Privilege & Your Expert: Is Everything Discoverable?
Steven D. Ecker, Esq., Cowdery, Ecker & Murphy, LLC, Hartford
- The Basic Distinction: Consulting vs. Testifying Experts
- Correspondence, E-mails and Other Communications with Testifying Experts
- Expert Deposition Preparation and Work Product
- Notes and Other Materials Created or Reviewed by Testifying Experts
- The Expert's Testing or Studies
Using Demonstrative Evidence in Direct Examination of Experts
Timothy Brignole, Esq., Brignole, Bush & Lewis, Hartford
- Medical Experts
- Positive Blowup of X-Ray
- Models and Charts of Anatomy
- Day in the Life Video
- Fly Over Photo
- Accident Reconstruction
- How to Admit Photos as Evidence and Get Them to the Jury
Kathleen L. Nastri, Esq. (chair)
Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder, PC
Paul A. Slager, Esq. (chair)
Silver Golub & Teitell LLP
Morris R. Borea, Esq.
Timothy Brignole, Esq.
Brignole Bush & Lewis
Hon. Steven D. Ecker
Stephanie Z. Roberge, Esq.
Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, LLC
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This program is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys and has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 4.5 credit hours, of which 4.5 credit hours can be applied towards the Skills requirement.
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