Featured Webinars

September 10 @ 1:00 PM EDT

What is a Mass Tort and Why Should You Get Involved?

Here's what you'll learn about in Mass Torts Month, Session 1:

  • What a mass tort is and is not (including class actions)
  • Why single event attorneys should get involved in mass torts nationally and locally (safer vehicles/tort reform)
  • How single event practitioners can incorporate mass torts into their practice

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September 16 @ 4:00 PM EDT

Round Table: Moments that Make a Difference

In an interview setting, Mike Papantonio, Troy Rafferty, and Brian Barr will walk us through the moments in trial that matter. Pap , Troy, and Brian will highlight what the data tells us about juries, and how to apply that data in trial to create memorable moments. You will learn that, often times, significant moments in trial do not happen organically but rather, trial lawyers create these moments. Pap, Troy, and Brian have been trying cases for decades. Join us and hear how they cultivate moments in trial that have significant effects on the outcome of the case.

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September 17 @ 1:00 PM EDT

What is an MDL and How to Identify Potential Mass Tort Cases

Here's what you'll lern about in Mass Torts Month, Session 2:

  • What is an MDL
  • What is the JPML and what function does it serve?
    • Who sits on it/when is it rotated, etc.
  • JPML Process and issues unique to getting an MDL
  • Difference in MDL and Class Actions
  • Discuss the process of finding the right cases
  • Establishing case/intake criteria
  • How to identify appropriate defendants
  • Identifying appropriate plaintiffs

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September 24 @ 1:00 PM EST

Filing Suit, Discovery, and Preparing for Depositions in Truck Crash Cases

Here's what you'll lern about in Mass Torts Month, Session 3:

  • Advertising new mass tort cases
  • Developing relationships with referral firms
  • Reaching the right clients
  • Creating processes for evaluating cases
  • Identifying strengths and weaknesses in cases
  • Establishing case/intake criteria
  • How to identify appropriate defendants
  • Identifying appropriate plaintiffs
  • Learning how to handle the “scary stuff”
    • Ethical considerations in cases
    • Difference in client contracts and common benefit disclosures
    • Tracking deadlines across multiple jurisdictions
  • Developing a system to track SOLs across multiple jurisdictions
    • LPR Attorney: Daniel Nigh/Kim Adams

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