Trial Techiques Part II: Cross Examination & Summation
Originally Presented On: Thursday, May 15, 2014~ 6:00-8:00pm
(2 Skills Credits)
Whether you are just starting your trial practice or have been amazing judges and juries for years, this course is the first part of a courtroom skills series that will provide attorneys with helpful tips to designing and performing excellent voir dire, oral argument, and witness questioning skills for the court.
Presented by: Andrew Smiley, Esq., Partner of Smiley & Smiley, LLP
Nuts and Bolts of Taking a Deposition*-PreRecorded CLE
Originally Presented on Thursday, April 4th-6:00-8:00pm
123 Remsen Street
2 MCLE Credits (Skills)
Richard Klass, Esq., Your Court Street Lawyer
• John Bonina, Esq., Partner of Bonina & Bonina, P.C.
• Lara Genovesi, Esq., Principal Law Clerk to Hon. Jeffrey S. Sunshine, Kings County Supreme Court
• Aimee Richter, Esq., Partner of Bender Rosenthal Isaacs & Richter LLP
• BBA’s Mentorship Committee
• Investors Bank
• Diamond Reporting and Legal Video
Course Description: Come learn how to prepare for conducting a deposition, one of the most important fact-finding missions in a case. Learn the rules and laws that apply to deposition objections and how to preserve the record. Presentations will come from practitioners in fields of personal injury/medical malpractice and matrimonial issues as well as from the judicial perspective.
This program is appropriate for attorneys and newly admitted attorneys.
The Brooklyn Bar maintains a financial hardship policy.
*Indicates a course offering basic training for skills and practice.
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Credits: 2 MCLE Credits (Professional Practice)
Sponsors: The Tinari Economics Group
Speakers: John Bonina, Esq., Bonina and Bonina P.C. – on Direct of the Plaintiff
Glenn Verchick, Esq., Werbel, Werbel and Verchick – on Direct of the Doctor
Dr. Frank Tinari, The Tinari Economics Group – on an Economist’s Perspective
This course provides litigators with a review of the most important topics related to the damages portion of any case: Direct of the Plaintiff, Direct of the Treating Doctor/Expert, and an Economist Expert.
Credits: 3 CLE Credits (Skills)
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