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September 29, 2020


Consumer Attorneys of California


Personal Injury


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In this series of 3 webinars, we'll have leading attorneys share their secrets on effectively working up cases pre-litigation, during litigation, and into trial. The "PI 101" series will include "I signed up the case, now what?"; "I filed the case, now what?" and finally, "trial is next month, now what?" Whether you are a brand new attorney or experienced practitioner we will provide practical hands-on tips on all phases of working up your personal injury cases that you can apply in practice tomorrow.

Session 3: "Trial is next month, now what?" In this session, we'll share practical and battle-tested tips and tricks to ensure your case is ready for trial. Whether you've never tried a case or have more than fifty verdicts under your belt this program will ensure you and your staff are ready to rumble at trial.

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Brett Schreiber

Brett Schreiber is a partner at Thorsnes Bartolotta McGuire in San Diego and past president of the Consumer Attorneys of San... Read More

Danica Crittenden

Danica Crittenden is a partner in the Claremont office of Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP. Mrs. Crittenden's litigation... Read More

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This program contains the following components:

PI: 101 Series- How To Work Up Your Case From Sign-Up To Trial -
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