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Courtroom Technology: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

By Roger Holtzen of Ankura Consulting
The introduction of presentation technology into the courtroom brings a great advantage to litigators. However, the proper execution of […]

Midwest Corporate Counsel Forum Webcast | Nov. 30, 2017 | Chicago

 
Attend via the Web!
If you are unable to join us in Chicago in-person,  you can still enjoy the great content, engage with the faculty […]

Prof. Steinman: State Courts Retain ‘Considerable Leeway’ in Wake of BMS Decision

Attorneys on both sides of mass tort and class action law are working to understand the full impact of the Supreme Court’s jurisdiction decision […]

News Release: Judge Corodemus (ret.) Assembles Webinar Panel on Recent Mass Tort Decisions

 
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Recent Court Rulings in Mass Torts: Attorneys Adjusting Strategies in Wake of ‘Seminal’ Decisions

A spate of state and federal court rulings have […]

Reversed & Remanded: The Impact of Recent Appellate Court Rulings on Mass Torts | Sept. 18, 2017 | Complimentary | CLE Eligible

“I thought mass tort practice was going to be directed by legislation, but state and federal appellate courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court, have […]

Insurance Coverage for Mass Torts | Aug. 2, 2017 | Complimentary | CLE-eligible

It’s the challenge that keeps on challenging.
While many issues have been interpreted and reinterpreted over the years, this is still an area of […]

From James Beck and the Drug & Device Defense Blog: Supreme Court Blocks ‘Litigation Tourism’

Attorney James M. Beck is Senior Life Sciences Policy Analyst at Reed Smith LLP, and a prolific writer for the Drug & Defense Law […]

Paul Wojcicki of Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney on The Uniform Commercial Code and Defending Class Certification

Read the article, “The Uniform Commercial Code May Not Be So Uniform After All: Looking to the U.C.C. as a Defense to Class Certification” […]

From Florida Justice Association: BREAKING NEWS– Florida Supreme Court Holds Med Mal Personal Injury Caps Unconstitutional

 In a 4-to-3 ruling, the Florida Supreme Court has affirmed the decision of the Fourth District Court of Appeal that the Florida statute establishing […]

NPR Report on Lead (Pb) Dust Hazard from Firearms

From the May 10 article by Angus Chen for NPR

Photo credit: HB Litigation Conferences LLC
“In a standard bullet, a solid lead core wrapped in a copper […]

From Lien Resolution Group: J&J Hit With $110M Verdict After Jury Finds Talc Powder Caused Woman’s Cancer

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Lien Resolution Group, frequent speakers and sponsors of HB events, breaks down the $110M verdict.
ST. LOUIS — A Missouri state court jury this month awarded […]

Webinar on Protecting Personal Injury Settlements Now on West LegalEdcenter

Now is the time to protect your client’s settlement proceeds.
When personal injury cases settle your client might think the process has successfully come to […]

Top Ten Practice Pointers for Dealing with E-Discovery by Carolyn Purwin Ryan

Warnings and best practices in dealing with e-discovery are outlined in a recent article by Carolyn Purwin Ryan, a partner in Cipriani & Werner’s Philadelphia office. […]

Mass Torts Judicial Forum With Judge Corodemus & JAMS • Monday, April 3, 2017 • New York City

 

Check out the agenda and stellar faculty — and all the leading women in mass torts — and join us for the 2017 Mass […]

Class Action Reform Act: ‘Grin vs. Grimace’

‘The Good, The Bad and The Overbroad’
By Tom Hagy
With a GOP dominated federal government, and things looking rosy for the party at the state […]

Best Darn Law Blog: Drug & Device Law Blog

Blogging isn’t easy. Bloggers must have a devotion and discipline to work on something that, somedays, must feel like a time-consuming hobby one might […]

Accidental Disclosure — Your Ethical Obligations to Protect Confidential Client Information | April 27, 2017

Thursday, April 27, 2017 | 2PM Eastern | 1PM Central | 12PM Mountain | 11AM Pacific

This HB CLE webinar and on-demand course is being distributed […]

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News Release: Prestigious Mass Tort Conference Features Leading Women in Legal Profession April 3, 2017

For Immediate Release

NEW YORK – MARCH 14, 2017 – Winner of multiple awards for her achievements presiding over complex mass tort litigation, leading arbitrator, […]

Mass Tort Med School + Class Actions • March 15-17, 2017 • Orlando, Florida • Agenda

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Jurors & Generation: Insights Into Boomers, Gen-Xers & Millennials

Wed., Feb. 22, 2017
2:00-3:14 PM ET
A CLE-eligible complimentary webinar
Join a seasoned expert on jury attitude and decision-making us for a discussion of how jurors reach their conclusions and how […]

You Think Your Personal Injury Settlement is Buttoned Up? Think Again! | March 30

Now is the time to protect your client’s settlement proceeds.
When personal injury cases settle your client might think the process has successfully come to […]

What You Need to Know About the New Rule 37(e) by Ariana J. Tadler and Henry Kelston

What You Need to Know About the New Rule 37(e)
Written By
Ariana J. Tadler
and Henry J. Kelston

“The Proposal was reduced to a simple and less […]

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