Hone your craft with track programming designed specifically for litigators, and build relationships that’ll benefit you inside and outside of the courtroom with local, state and federal court judges and attorney colleagues in attendance. Civil-focused programming includes topics like marketing your practice, commercial courts, gaming laws and more.
Make the best move for your practice by joining us in French Lick this summer. Check out this year's civil law-focused programming below, see the full conference agenda here and register now!
June 20-22, 2019 | French Lick Springs Hotel, French Lick, Indiana
Civil Track Programming:
Ethics in Depositions
Speaker: Larry Pozner, Reilly Pozner LLP
In 48 states and across Canada, Larry Pozner has taught the most advanced techniques while explaining the science behind these methods. His book "Cross-Examination: Science and Techniques (3rd edition, Lexis Nexis)", co-authored with Roger Dodd, is America’s best-selling book on cross-examination.
Join us at this plenary session as Pozner breaks down ethical best practices in depositions, both when taking (insults as bait, countering coaching, calling the court and making the record) and when defending (proper witness preparation, invoking privilege and instructions not to answer).
Marketing Yourself: Personal Branding for Lawyers
Speaker: Jason Reese, Wagner Reese LLP
We’ll discuss why it’s important, how to define it, steps to develop it, defining your target audience and tools to communicate.
Indiana’s Commercial Courts, Beyond the Pilot Project
Speaker: Hon. Heather Welch, Marion Superior Court
Indiana Commercial Courts: where has the pilot project has been, and where it is going? This discussion will provide a brief background on the Commercial Court Pilot Project, discuss the future of commercial courts in Indiana, and explore any changes in the pilot project.
Speaker: John Keeler, Spectacle Entertainment LLC
Learn the latest on gaming laws in Indiana, followed by a free gambling lesson in the casino following the session.
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