CLE: Successfully Navigating Civil Litigation Evidence and Theory involving Topics of Expert Testimony

Learn how to successfully navigate the expert testimony process during a civil litigation proceeding with this informative full-day seminar in Chicago on Nov. 8! Expert witnesses are an integral part of the civil litigation process. Because of their training, education and experience, expert witnesses are allowed to testify about the facts, as well as give expert/professional opinions regarding those facts. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from some of Illinois’ top speakers on expert testimony, as well as from experts in specific fields, including OSHA construction safety and orthopedics. Civil litigation practitioners with all levels of practice experience who attend this seminar will better understand: how preexisting conditions, future disability, and medical treatment can affect civil litigation; common provisions in a construction project contract; what to look for in cases involving financial issues; the sufficiency and reliability of expert opinion testimony; how accident reconstruction cases are affected by event recorder data equipment; and evidence issues for admitting/challenging toxicology results.

The program is presented by the ISBA Civil Practice & Procedure Section and qualifies for 5.5 hours MCLE credit.

Click here for more information and to register.

Posted on October 11, 2013 by Chris Bonjean
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