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Litigating Around Landmines: You "Do This - Not That" Guide to Handling Personal Injury Cases in 2021

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Litigating Around Landmines: Your “Do This - Not That” Guide to Handling Personal Injury Cases in 2021

approved for 6.0 cle hours (inc. 1.0 ethics and 1.0 technology hour)

Speakers & Topics 

Don’t Trip at the Starting Line: Avoiding Pitfalls During Intake and When Filing Your Complaint
Winslow Taylor, Taylor & Taylor Attorneys at Law, PLLC

Moving the Ball Forward: How to Advance Your Case to Maximize Value and Avoid Delays
Davis Poisson, Poisson, Poisson, Bower, PLLC, Wadesboro

Avoiding Unpleasant Surprises: Preparing Your Witness for Depo and Trial 
William Goldfarb, The Law Offices of William K. Goldfarb, Monroe, NC 

Don’t Let Them Forget Their Pocket Books! Dealing with Thorny Insurance Coverage Issues 

Hunt Willis, Martin & Jones, PLLC, Raleigh
Will Owens, Owens & Miller, PLLC, Raleigh 

A Leg Up on Liens: Navigating Tricky Lien Issues
• Chris Nichols, Nichols Law Firm, Raleigh

Professional Punch Pulling: Maintaining Professionalism When Dealing with Difficult Opposing Counsel

Jacqueline R. Clare, Clare ADR, Raleigh
Thomas M. Clare, Clare ADR, Raleigh

Being Prepared for the Charge Conference: A Panel Discussion on Jury Instructions
Carlos Mahoney, Glenn, Mills, Fisher, Mahoney, P.A., Durham
Coleman Cowan, Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, Durham
Kimberly Miller, Owens & Miller, PLLC, Raleigh 

Technology in the Courtroom

• It Doesn’t Have to Be a Doozy: Courtroom Technology Updates from an Expert
Evin Grant, Assistant Dean of Student Life and Pro Bono Opportunities, Campbell Law School, Raleigh, NC 
• Effective Tech: How to Most Effectively Use Technology with Your Judge and Jury 
Joe Tunstall, O’Malley Tunstall, PLLC, Tarboro 



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Don’t Trip at the Starting Line: Avoiding Pitfalls During Intake and When Filing Your Complaint
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Moving the Ball Forward: How to Advance Your Case to Maximize Value and Avoid Delays
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Avoiding Unpleasant Surprises: Preparing Your Witness for Depo and Trial
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Don’t Let Them Forget Their Pocket Books! Dealing with Thorny Insurance Coverage Issues
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
A Leg Up on Liens: Navigating Tricky Lien Issues
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Professional Punch Pulling: Maintaining Professionalism When Dealing with Difficult Opposing Counsel
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Being Prepared for the Charge Conference: A Panel Discussion on Jury Instructions
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Technology in the Courtroom
Open to view video.
Open to view video. • It Doesn’t Have to Be a Doozy: Courtroom Technology Updates from an Expert • Effective Tech: How to Most Effectively Use Technology with Your Judge and Jury
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