Effective Tools for the 21st Century Litigator (September 2016) [C16656]

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Seminar Date: September 21, 2016
List Price:$70.00
This seminar took place on September 21, 2016, in Seattle, WA.

Product Description:

The modern litigator needs to keep all their tools sharp to stay effective, from efficient procedures to crisp openings and closings:

  • Improve your efficiency and accuracy through a paperless office and effective document requests
  • Get the inside view from the bench on effective motions in limine to get your trial to a successful start
  • Learn how to get the best from your lay witnesses and expert witnesses – with demonstrations and discussions
  • See how to sharpen your use of interrogatories
  • Increase your knowledge of Federal civil rules and who they compare with Washington’s
  • Practice ethically with a focus on representing minors

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Updates to Federal Civil Rules and Comparison to Washington's Civil Rules
Ada K. Wong

Chapter 2: Effective Use of Interrogatories AND Effective Requests for Documents in Washington
Vincent T. Nappo
Loren A. Cochran

Chapter 3: Getting Information out of Lay Witnesses
Scott M. O'Halloran
James B. Meade II
Tomas A. Gahan
Sara L. Lee

Chapter 4: Getting Information out of Expert Witnesses
Andrea H. McNeely
Eric Gilman

Chapter 5: Making your Message Sticke: Improving Clarity and Retention Using Demonstrative Exhibits
Alexis Knutson
Theodore O. Prosise

Chapter 6: Effective Motions in Limine - A View from the Bench
Judge Kevin D. Hull
Judge Johanna Bender
Judge G. Helen Pierre-Whitener

Chapter 7: Litigation in a Paperless Office
Steve R. Alvarez

Chapter 8: Ethics in Representing Minors and Individuals with Diminished Capacity
Joshua L. Brothers

Chapter 9: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)

Coursebook contains 227 pages