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  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 03/25/2022 at 8:55 AM (EDT)

    Story telling is what lawyers do, from opening to closing. But, what specific story do you tell, how do you tell it and why do you tell this particular story. The course is designed to help lawyers of all skill levels improve their story telling in trial, through presentations and demonstrations. Skills will involve planning your story, demonstrations of openings and closing arguments.

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    Opening & Closing for Civil Practitioners (Virtual)

    March 25, 2022

    6.0 CLE Hours 

     

    Story telling is what lawyers do, from opening to closing. But, what specific story do you tell, how do you tell it and why do you tell this particular story.

    The course is designed to help lawyers of all skill levels improve their story telling in trial, through presentations and demonstrations. Skills will involve planning your story, demonstrations of openings and closing arguments. 

    Speakers: 

    Doug Abrams, Abrams & Abrams, P.A., Raleigh 

    Walter Burton, Attorney and Certified Mediator, Walter Burton Law Firm, Greensboro 

    John Chilson, Comerford Chilson & Moser, LLP, Winston-Salem  

    Tom Comerford, Comerford Chilson & Moser, LLP, Winston-Salem 

    Ann Groninger, Johnson & Groninger, PLLC, Charlotte 

    Philip Miller, Blanchard, Miller, Lewis & Isley, P.A, Raleigh  

    Jason Taylor, The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, P.C, Hickory   

    Karonnie Truzy, Crumley Roberts, LLP, Greensboro



    8:00 am| Registration 

    8:55 am | Welcoming Remarks and Introduction of Speakers by Program Chair William Goldfarb, Law Offices of William K. Goldfarb, Charlotte

    9:00 a.m.| Foundations used to prepare for Opening; The interplay of Jury Selection and Opening; Demonstrations of Opening

    11 a.m. Break 

    11:15 a.m. | Foundations used to prepare for Opening; The interplay of Jury Selection and Opening; Demonstrations of Opening (cont.)

    12:15 p.m. | Lunch

    1:15 p.m. | Foundations for preparing for Closing; The interplay between Closing and all other parts of the trial; Demonstrations of Closings

    3:15 p.m. | Break 

    3:30 p.m. | Foundations for preparing for Closing; The interplay between Closing and all other parts of the trial; Demonstrations of Closings (cont.)

    4:30 p.m. | Adjourn     


    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
    • More Information
  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 03/25/2022 at 8:55 AM (EDT)

    Story telling is what lawyers do, from opening to closing. But, what specific story do you tell, how do you tell it and why do you tell this particular story. The course is designed to help lawyers of all skill levels improve their story telling in trial, through presentations and demonstrations. Skills will involve planning your story, demonstrations of openings and closing arguments.

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    Opening & Closing for Civil Practitioners (in Person)

    March 25, 2022

    6.0 CLE Hours 

    (Registration limited to 40) 

    Story telling is what lawyers do, from opening to closing. But, what specific story do you tell, how do you tell it and why do you tell this particular story.

    The course is designed to help lawyers of all skill levels improve their story telling in trial, through presentations and demonstrations. Skills will involve planning your story, demonstrations of openings and closing arguments. 

    Speakers: 

    Doug Abrams, Abrams & Abrams, P.A., Raleigh 

    Walter Burton, Attorney and Certified Mediator, Walter Burton Law Firm, Greensboro 

    John Chilson, Comerford Chilson & Moser, LLP, Winston-Salem  

    Tom Comerford, Comerford Chilson & Moser, LLP, Winston-Salem 

    Ann Groninger, Johnson & Groninger, PLLC, Charlotte 

    Philip Miller, Blanchard, Miller, Lewis & Isley, P.A, Raleigh  

    Jason Taylor, The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, P.C, Hickory   

    Karonnie Truzy, Crumley Roberts, LLP, Greensboro



    8:00 am| Registration 

    8:55 am | Welcoming Remarks and Introduction of Speakers by Program Chair William Goldfarb, Law Offices of William K. Goldfarb, Charlotte

    9:00 a.m.| Foundations used to prepare for Opening; The interplay of Jury Selection and Opening; Demonstrations of Opening

    11 a.m. Break 

    11:15 a.m. | Foundations used to prepare for Opening; The interplay of Jury Selection and Opening; Demonstrations of Opening (cont.)

    12:15 p.m. | Lunch

    1:15 p.m. | Foundations for preparing for Closing; The interplay between Closing and all other parts of the trial; Demonstrations of Closings

    3:15 p.m. | Break 

    3:30 p.m. | Foundations for preparing for Closing; The interplay between Closing and all other parts of the trial; Demonstrations of Closings (cont.)

    4:30 p.m. | Adjourn     


    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
    • More Information
  • Product not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 03/22/2022 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Mindfulness is a method of using meditation to cultivate awareness and reduce stress. It is based on the ancient practice of mindfulness, which is about waking up, being fully alive, and being present for the richness of each moment of our lives. Within this awakening, we gain access to our deepest inner resources for living, healing, and coping with stress. With practice, one can apply these skills to everyday situations and connect more fully with one’s self, loved ones, and the life one is living. Practicing mindfulness can help people who are coping with medical problems, job or family-related stress, and anxiety and depression. Modern medical and neuroscience studies support practicing mindfulness for a variety of desirable health outcomes. Participants often report an increased ability to relax, greater enthusiasm for life, improved self-esteem, and increased ability to cope more effectively with stressful situations. The session will be led by Duke Health and Well-Being’s Jeff Brantley, MD. Open to all NCAJ members. This free member wellness program does not qualify for CLE credit.

    Mindfulness is a method of using meditation to cultivate awareness and reduce stress. It is based on the ancient practice of mindfulness, which is about waking up, being fully alive, and being present for the richness of each moment of our lives. Within this awakening, we gain access to our deepest inner resources for living, healing, and coping with stress. With practice, one can apply these skills to everyday situations and connect more fully with one’s self, loved ones, and the life one is living. Practicing mindfulness can help people who are coping with medical problems, job or family-related stress, and anxiety and depression. Modern medical and neuroscience studies support practicing mindfulness for a variety of desirable health outcomes. Participants often report an increased ability to relax, greater enthusiasm for life, improved self-esteem, and increased ability to cope more effectively with stressful situations. The session will be led by Duke Health and Well-Being’s Jeff Brantley, MD.  Open to all NCAJ members.  This free member wellness program does not qualify for CLE credit.

    Jeff Brantley, MD

    Instructor, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program

    Duke Health and Well-Being

    Jeff is a native of North Carolina, a physician, psychiatrist, meditation teacher, and author.  For most of sixty-six years, he has studied history and humanities, practiced medicine and psychiatry, and personally explored a variety of spiritual traditions and contemplative practices, all with the intention of better understanding and supporting the conditions that can empower anyone to find out for themselves what it means to act as a conscious, compassionate human being in this amazing and complex world.

    Education

    • AB in history, Davidson College, 1971
    • Graduate studies in history, no degree, UNC-Greensboro, 1971-1973
    • MD, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1977
    Certifications
    • Board Certified in Psychiatry, 1984
    • Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, 2008
    • Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, 2013
    Residencies
    • Psychiatry, University of California, Irvine and Long Beach, California Veterans Administration Hospital, 1977-1981
    • Register
      • Non-Member - $25
      • NCAJ Member - Free!
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - Free!
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - Free!
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - Free!
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - Free!
      • NCAJ Retired Member - Free!
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  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02/25/2022 at 8:55 PM (EST)

    Program Chairs Julie Bell and Santiago Arroba Rodriguez have put together a spectacular seminar that covers the timeliest and most relevant topics facing attorneys who handle disbursements today. No matter what your level of knowledge and expertise, it's never too late to learn even MORE about the complexities of disbursements. The speakers will explore the latest in the world of ERISA, wrongful death disbursements, Medicare, medical provider billing issues, and much, much more. Attend and get the latest and greatest. You simply cannot afford to miss this seminar!

    DISBURSEMENTS 2022 : Back in the Saddle (virtual option)

    February 25, 2022
    6.0 CLE Hours (inc. 1.0 ethics)

    Program Chairs Julie Bell and Santiago Arroba Rodriguez have put together a spectacular seminar that covers the timeliest and most relevant topics facing attorneys who handle disbursements today. No matter what your level of knowledge and expertise, it's never too late to learn even MORE about the complexities of disbursements.  The speakers will explore the latest in the world of ERISA, wrongful death disbursements, Medicare, medical provider billing issues, and much, much more. Attend and get the latest and greatest. You simply cannot afford to miss this seminar!

    Topics & Speakers

    8:55 a.m. | Welcoming Remarks – Program Chairs

    • Julie L. Bell, Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, Winston-Salem
    • Santiago Arroba-Rodriguez, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh

    9:00 a.m. | ERISA

    • Lauren Newton, Charles G. Monnett, III & Associates, Charlotte

    9:45 a.m. | Lien Priority Pitfalls with Federal, State & Local: Getting Everyone Back in Line

    • Courtney Mann, Law Offices of W. Daniel Grist, PLLC, Charlotte

    10:15 a.m. | Break


    10:30 a.m. | Third Party Claims 

    • Matthew Bissette, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh

    11:00 a.m. | Settlement, Death, Disbursement: What Happens When Your Client Dies Before Disbursement? 

    • Santiago Arroba-Rodriguez, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh

    11:30 a.m. | A Matter of Life and Death: Mistakes Not to Make in a Wrongful Death Case

    • Nichad Davis, Ward Black Law, Greensboro
    • Gabriel Snyder, Ward Black Law, Greensboro 

    12:00 p.m. | Lunch  


    1:00 p.m. | Medicaid 

    • Huntington Willis, Martin & Jones, PLLC, Raleigh

    1:30 p.m. | Medical Provider Liens and Billing Issues

    • Jeffrey Maggs, The Law Offices of Timothy D. Welborn, P.A., Winston-Salem

     2:10 p.m. | Medicare: Staying on Track When Medicare is Involved

    • Julie L. Bell, Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, Winston-Salem

    2:45 p.m. | Break


    3:00 p.m. | Minor Settlements

    • Elizabeth Ray, Crumley Roberts LLP, Greensboro

    3:30 p.m. | Ethics

    • Mark Scruggs, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Co, Cary

    4:30 p.m. | Adjourn

    Thank You to Our Sponsors 

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    Byrd Settlements is your resource and partner for Structured Settlements and Trust Advisory services. We work with you and your clients to determine what is in their best financial interest and will have the best possible outcome. Whether it is a special needs trust to protect government healthcare benefits, a general trust, a tax free and guaranteed structured settlement or a combination, you can rely on us to offer what makes most sense for your client, not what meets arbitrary corporate minimums. In addition to our role as comprehensive settlement consultant, we can also serve as an unbiased third party Trust Protector. We provide clients with the most advantageous trust resources possible and have created an infrastructure to ensure consistent optimal performance through semi-annual review. Our team works to provide attorneys and their clients with all of the options that will enable them to use their recovery to become and remain financially secure. Please let us know if we can help!

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    CaseMetrix 

    CaseMetrix, LLC is a real-time settlement and verdict database of personal injury cases which allows you to see exactly how much various insurers are voluntarily paying to settle cases.  Attorneys use the resource, consisting of 95% settlements and 5% verdicts, both as a reference and negotiation tool to make sure they never accept an offer that’s too low.  In addition to searching by specific injuries & treatment, CaseMetrix can address common defenses such as prior related injuries, allegedly conservative venues and medical causation issues.  Call Kim White at 404.849.6422 for a free online look at the database.

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    Milner Settlements

    Milner Settlements | Bryan Milner is a Senior Structured Settlement Consultant with Milner Settlements through Sage Settlement Consulting. He has been working with attorneys and their clients in North Carolina for over 19 years, and continues to be a strong supporter of NCAJ. Bryan takes on a compassionate, comprehensive approach. He understands the important and complex financial decisions that face individuals and families who are receiving settlements. He provides creative structured settlement options and helps the attorney navigate the complexities of settlement-related issues such as Medicare Set-Asides, Trusts, Lien Resolution, etc. He also assists attorneys with designing fee structures for their contingency fees. Bryan is a committee member of the newly formed American Association of Settlement Consultants (AASC).

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    With 27 years of litigation and settlement planning experience, Tacker LeCarpentier started SPS in order to provide comprehensive settlement planning services to injury victims, their families and attorneys. At no charge to your clients, we offer life care planning cost analysis, governmental benefits assessments, mediation attendance, as well as appearances at all settlement hearings. Settlement planning solutions include structured settlements, Special Needs Trusts, Medicare Set-Aside Accounts, Family Security and Settlement Preservation Trusts, and assistance with lien resolution. Contact Tacker at 919-247-9070 or tacker@settlementplanningllc.com.

    Our Number 1 Goal: To Secure Your Clients’ Future Financial Needs.


    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
    • More Information
  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 02/25/2022 at 8:55 AM (EST)

    Program Chairs Julie Bell and Santiago Arroba Rodriguez have put together a spectacular seminar that covers the timeliest and most relevant topics facing attorneys who handle disbursements today. No matter what your level of knowledge and expertise, it's never too late to learn even MORE about the complexities of disbursements. The speakers will explore the latest in the world of ERISA, wrongful death disbursements, Medicare, medical provider billing issues, and much, much more. Attend and get the latest and greatest. You simply cannot afford to miss this seminar!

    DISBURSEMENTS 2022 : Back in the Saddle (in Person)

    Registration limited to 40 (once capacity is reached you will need to register for the virtual option)
    February 25, 2022
    6.0 CLE Hours (inc. 1.0 ethics)

    Program Chairs Julie Bell and Santiago Arroba Rodriguez have put together a spectacular seminar that covers the timeliest and most relevant topics facing attorneys who handle disbursements today. No matter what your level of knowledge and expertise, it's never too late to learn even MORE about the complexities of disbursements.  The speakers will explore the latest in the world of ERISA, wrongful death disbursements, Medicare, medical provider billing issues, and much, much more. Attend and get the latest and greatest. You simply cannot afford to miss this seminar!

    Topics & Speakers

    8:55 a.m. | Welcoming Remarks – Program Chairs

    • Julie L. Bell, Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, Winston-Salem
    • Santiago Arroba-Rodriguez, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh

    9:00 a.m. | ERISA

    • Lauren Newton, Charles G. Monnett, III & Associates, Charlotte

    9:45 a.m. | Lien Priority Pitfalls with Federal, State & Local: Getting Everyone Back in Line

    • Courtney Mann, Law Offices of W. Daniel Grist, PLLC, Charlotte

    10:15 a.m. | Break


    10:30 a.m. | Third Party Claims 

    • Matthew Bissette, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh

    11:00 a.m. | Settlement, Death, Disbursement: What Happens When Your Client Dies Before Disbursement? 

    • Santiago Arroba-Rodriguez, Whitley Law Firm, Raleigh

    11:30 a.m. | A Matter of Life and Death: Mistakes Not to Make in a Wrongful Death Case

    • Nichad Davis, Ward Black Law, Greensboro
    • Gabriel Snyder, Ward Black Law, Greensboro 

    12:00 p.m. | Lunch  


    1:00 p.m. | Medicaid 

    • Huntington Willis, Martin & Jones, PLLC, Raleigh

    1:30 p.m. | Medical Provider Liens and Billing Issues

    • Jeffrey Maggs, The Law Offices of Timothy D. Welborn, P.A., Winston-Salem

     2:10 p.m. | Medicare: Staying on Track When Medicare is Involved

    • Julie L. Bell, Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, Winston-Salem

    2:45 p.m. | Break


    3:00 p.m. | Minor Settlements

    • Elizabeth Ray, Crumley Roberts LLP, Greensboro

    3:30 p.m. | Ethics

    • Mark Scruggs, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Co, Cary

    4:30 p.m. | Adjourn


    Thank You to Our Sponsors 

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    Byrd Settlements is your resource and partner for Structured Settlements and Trust Advisory services. We work with you and your clients to determine what is in their best financial interest and will have the best possible outcome. Whether it is a special needs trust to protect government healthcare benefits, a general trust, a tax free and guaranteed structured settlement or a combination, you can rely on us to offer what makes most sense for your client, not what meets arbitrary corporate minimums. In addition to our role as comprehensive settlement consultant, we can also serve as an unbiased third party Trust Protector. We provide clients with the most advantageous trust resources possible and have created an infrastructure to ensure consistent optimal performance through semi-annual review. Our team works to provide attorneys and their clients with all of the options that will enable them to use their recovery to become and remain financially secure. Please let us know if we can help!

    image

    CaseMetrix 

    CaseMetrix, LLC is a real-time settlement and verdict database of personal injury cases which allows you to see exactly how much various insurers are voluntarily paying to settle cases.  Attorneys use the resource, consisting of 95% settlements and 5% verdicts, both as a reference and negotiation tool to make sure they never accept an offer that’s too low.  In addition to searching by specific injuries & treatment, CaseMetrix can address common defenses such as prior related injuries, allegedly conservative venues and medical causation issues.  Call Kim White at 404.849.6422 for a free online look at the database.

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    Milner Settlements

    Milner Settlements | Bryan Milner is a Senior Structured Settlement Consultant with Milner Settlements through Sage Settlement Consulting. He has been working with attorneys and their clients in North Carolina for over 19 years, and continues to be a strong supporter of NCAJ. Bryan takes on a compassionate, comprehensive approach. He understands the important and complex financial decisions that face individuals and families who are receiving settlements. He provides creative structured settlement options and helps the attorney navigate the complexities of settlement-related issues such as Medicare Set-Asides, Trusts, Lien Resolution, etc. He also assists attorneys with designing fee structures for their contingency fees. Bryan is a committee member of the newly formed American Association of Settlement Consultants (AASC).

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    With 27 years of litigation and settlement planning experience, Tacker LeCarpentier started SPS in order to provide comprehensive settlement planning services to injury victims, their families and attorneys. At no charge to your clients, we offer life care planning cost analysis, governmental benefits assessments, mediation attendance, as well as appearances at all settlement hearings. Settlement planning solutions include structured settlements, Special Needs Trusts, Medicare Set-Aside Accounts, Family Security and Settlement Preservation Trusts, and assistance with lien resolution. Contact Tacker at 919-247-9070 or tacker@settlementplanningllc.com.

    Our Number 1 Goal: To Secure Your Clients’ Future Financial Needs.


    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
    • More Information
  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02/22/2022 at 12:30 PM (EST)

    A rising tide raises all ships; but when the economy takes a downturn, everyone is hurting, and thieves get even more brazen. Hear cautionary tales, and review tips and tools to keep you and your practice safe.

    Cybersecurity and a New Era of Fraud

    1.0 Technology hour 


    Presented by: Patrick Brown, Vice President, Enterprise and Operational Risk Managment, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Co., Cary 

    A rising tide raises all ships; but when the economy takes a downturn, everyone is hurting, and thieves get even more brazen. Hear cautionary tales, and review tips and tools to keep you and your practice safe.

  • Product not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/22/2022 at 12:00 PM (EST)

    Please join Elizabeth Hambourger, Senior Attorney and Public Information Liaison for the Center for Death Penalty Litigation and Dr. John Blackshear, Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Dean of Students at Duke University as they discuss the movement to remove Confederate Monuments on Courthouse Grounds. They will focus on the psychological impact these monuments have on our clients and the steps we can take to help protect them. This free member program is open to all NCAJ members. Not available for CLE credit. The NCAJ Diversity and Inclusion Member Programming is brought to you by Settlement Planning Services and Tacker LeCarpentier, President and NCAJ Member.

    Please join Elizabeth Hambourger, Senior Attorney and Public Information Liaison for the Center for Death Penalty Litigation and Dr. John Blackshear, Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Dean of Students at Duke University as they discuss the movement to remove Confederate Monuments on Courthouse Grounds. They will focus on the psychological impact these monuments have on our clients and the steps we can take to help protect them.  This free member program is open to all NCAJ members.  Not available for CLE credit.  

    The NCAJ Diversity and Inclusion Member Programming is brought to you by Settlement Planning Services and Tacker LeCarpentier, President and NCAJ Member.  

    • Register
      • Non-Member - $25
      • NCAJ Member - Free!
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - Free!
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - Free!
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - Free!
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - Free!
      • NCAJ Retired Member - Free!
    • More Information
  • Product not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/18/2022 at 8:55 AM (EST)

    Handling Expert Witnesses in NC Impaired Driving Cases

    Handling Expert Witnesses in NC Impaired Driving Cases (Virtual)

    February 18, 2022
    approved for 6.0 CLE hours (inc. 1.0 ethics hour)



    Topics & Speakers

    ***Note: At the end of each lecture, if you wish, please submit one question to the Program Chair.  During the Group Discussion, 7 or 8 questions will be chosen among those submitted to dissect and discuss.  Thank you.***

    8:55 a.m. | Welcoming Remarks from Program Chair 

    • Chas Post, Post | Foushee | Patton – Trial Lawyers, Sanford

    9 a.m. | The History of Rule 702 and Tendering Your Expert (Daubert)

    • Ron Shook, The Law Offices of Ronald J. Shook, Gastonia

    10:15 a.m. | Cross-Examination of the State’s Expert 

    • Justin Hunter, Hunter & Price, P.A., Kenansville

    11:15 a.m.| BREAK

    11:30 a.m. | Expert Testimony for Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Other Pre-Arrest Issues

    • Doug Scott, Principal Consultant, Drugs and Alcohol Risk Management, Cape Carteret

    12:30 a.m. | LUNCH 

    1:30 p.m. | Attacking the EC/IR II “Instrument” 

    • Dr. Andrew Ewens, Ewens Toxicology Consulting, LLC, Cary

    2:45 p.m. | Group Discussion and Questions from the Crowd 

    Moderated by 

    • Anna Smith Felts, Law Office of Anna Smith Felts, PLLC, Raleigh
    • Kelly Dawkins, The Dawkins Law Firm, Southern Pines

    3:15 p.m. | BREAK

    3:30 p.m. | Marketing Yourself the Right Way: The Critical Connection Between Ethics and Modern Marketing for Lawyers and Experts

    • Jake Minick, Minick Law, P.C., Asheville

    4:30 p.m. | Adjourn


    Thank You to Our Sponsor

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    SmartStart

    Smart Start is the leader in alcohol-monitoring technology with effective Ignition Interlock, plus SmartMobile™ and SmartMobile Insight™ portable alcohol breath-testing devices. Our SmartWeb™ online platform offers quick reporting and analysis of all of your DWI and Family Law clients. Smart Start has 27 convenient service center locations in North Carolina, along with 24/7/365 Customer Care. Visit smartstartinc.com.


    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
    • More Information
  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02/18/2022 at 8:55 AM (EST)

    Family Law in the Age of COVID-19: How the Pandemic Has Impacted Our Cases, Our Advice, and Our Lives

    Family Law in the Age of COVID-19:  How the Pandemic Has Impacted Our Cases, Our Advice, and Our Lives

    February 18, 2022

    5.0 CLE Hours

    Topics & Speakers

    8:55 a.m. | Welcoming Remarks by Program Chair

    • Miranda Mills. Daly Mills Family Law, Statesville

    9:00 a.m. | Third Party Custody

    • Speaker TBD

    10:00 a.m. | UCCJEA -- Tips on Getting Children Returned from Other Jurisdictions

    • Megan Spidell, Spidell Family Law

    11:00 a.m. | Break

    11:15 a.m. | Equitable Distribution 

    • David McCleary

    12:15 p.m. | Lunch

     1:15 p.m. | Child custody and COVID 

    • Kristin Kelly Broyles, Halvorsen Family Law Group, Winston-Salem

    2:15 p.m. | Break

    2:30 p.m. | Tips from an estate planning attorney

    • Danielle Feller, Daly Mills Family Law, Statesville 

    3:30 p.m. | Adjourn 

    • Register
      • Non-Member - $390
      • NCAJ Member - $290
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $99
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $250
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $140
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $185
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $185
    • More Information
  • Product not yet rated Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 02/16/2022 at 8:55 AM (EST)

    Ethics Hot Issues 2022

    Ethics Hot Issues 2022 (Virtual)

    February 16, 2022
    3.0 Ethics hours (inc. 1.0 substance abuse and 1.0 technology hr)


     AGENDA

    8:55 am | Welcoming Remarks – Program Chair

    • Jon Moore, Brown Moore & Associates, Charlotte

    9:00 am | The Price We Pay as Professional Problem Solvers

    • Candance Huffman, LAP Field Coordinator, Raleigh

    10:00 am | Social Media and Lawyers Maintaining an Ethically-Sound Web Presence 

    • Uta Zacharias, Senior Claims Counsel, Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Co, Cary

    11:00 am | Break


    11:15 am | WTF is Going On at the State Bar?!

    • Brian Oten, NC State Bar Director of Special Programs, Raleigh

    12:15 pm | Adjourn


    Thank You to Our Sponsor

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    Physician Life Care Planning

    Physician Life Care Planning is a full service, nationwide provider of damages valuation services that specializes in the formulation of Compensatory Economic Damages for attorneys, including future medical requirements, loss of earnings, and loss of household services for chronically and catastrophically ill/injured individuals.

    Our Life Care Planners are Board Certified Physicians who specialize in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and possess the requisite capacity to independently and thoroughly formulate and defend a strong medical foundation for damages valuation.

    • Register
      • Non-Member - $285
      • NCAJ Member - $185
      • NCAJ New Admittee Member - $75
      • NCAJ Attorney Member 2-5 Years Licensure - $155
      • NCAJ Legal Assistant Member - $75
      • NCAJ Public Service Member - $115
      • NCAJ Retired Member - $115
    • More Information