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Our Turn to Serve: Practitioner's Guide to Camp Lejeune Justice Act

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Our Turn to Serve: Practitioner's Guide to Camp Lejeune Justice Act 

6.25 CLE hours (inc. 1.0 ethics hour)


Topics & Speakers 

Welcoming Remarks 

  • Shannon Leskin, NCAJ Executive Director, Raleigh 
  • Mona Lisa Wallace, Wallace & Graham, PA, Salisbury 

Dissecting The Camp Lejeune Justice Act | Government Guidance on Filing Administrative Claim Forms 

  • Whitney Wallace Williams, Wallace & Graham, PA, Salisbury

Insider View of Camp Lejeune - Do's and Don'ts When Representing Marines & Veterans 

  • Larry Hall, Wallace & Graham, PA, Salisbury 

Potential Similarities and Differences between MDLs and Camp Lejeune Justice Act 

  • Marcus Susen, Susen Law Group, Ft. Lauderdale

Proving Exposure: The Real Science Behind What Proof is Required  

  • Kevin McKie, Environmental Litigation Group, P.C., Birmingham 

Proving General and Specific Causation

  • Bill Graham, Wallace & Graham, P.A., Salisbury 

Damages: Interpretations of "appropriate relief" under Camp Lejeune Justice Act

  • John Hughes, Wallace & Graham, PA., Salisbury 

Damages Modeling

  • Robin L. Greenwald, Weitz & Luxenberg, New York

Decedents: Opening Estates to Include the Onslow County Option 


  • Mark Doby, Wallace & Graham, PA., Salisbury



Unsettled Legal Issues

  • Joel Rhine, Rhine Law Firm, Wilmington 

Avoiding Ethics Violations in North Carolina 

  • Mona Lisa Wallace, Wallace & Graham, PA, Salisbury

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Dissecting the Camp Lejeune Justice Act | Government Guidance on Filing Administrative Claim Forms
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Insider View of Camp Lejeune - Do's and Don'ts When Representing Marines & Veterans
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Open to view video.
Potential Similarities and Difference Between MDLs and Camp Lejeune Justice Act
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Open to view video.
Proving Exposure: The Real Science Behind what Proof is Required
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Open to view video.
Proving General and Specific Causation
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Open to view video.
Damages: Interpretations of "Appropriate Relief" Under Camp Lejeune Justice Act
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Damages Modeling
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Open to view video.
Decedents: Opening Estates to Include the Onslow County Option
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Unsettled Legal Issues
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Avoiding Ethics Violations in North Carolina
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
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