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38th Annual Auto Law Seminar - 3 Day Series (Online)

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Price

$269 for PaAJ Members
$379 for PAJ non-member

360 minutes
Date Published

May 15, 2020

Publisher

Pennsylvania Association for Justice

Subjects

Automobile Laws in PA

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Summary

Experienced Trial Attorneys will discuss:
• Review of the MVFRL and case law; update of first-party and third-party liability, limited tort and coverage issues, recovery of medical bills and the Fair Share Act.
• Subrogation and recovery of special damages, liens, ERISA and HMO plans, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, disability plans, governmental plans, e.g., VA, Medicare, Medical Assistance (DPW).
• How to enhance the value of your case, win at trial and not lose along the way; review of important case law in connection with “Hot Topics” raised on the Auto Listserv, including social media issues. Discussion of procedural rules, Rules of the Road, ride sharing and recent non-auto cases that every PI attorney should be aware of.
• Modern discovery tools in the Age of Technology – understanding and using these tools to enhance the value of your case and win at trial, including, demonstrative use in your case of video and audio services, court reporting and deposition services, and trial presentation services, i.e., digital discovery and trial techniques.
• Uninsured and Underinsured “Jam Session:” A Comprehensive Update of UM/UIM and Bad Faith Case Law, IFP v. Koken update. Experienced trial lawyers and Judges will guide you through the pre-trial strategy and trial of a “Koken” case.

Get the Judicial Perspective!
Respected and experienced Common Pleas Court Judges will discuss courtroom issues including important insights as to what works in the courtroom and what does not, jury selection in today's politicized era, and what jurors think about such topics as low impact collisions, pre-existing conditions, prior accident history, alleged independent medical exams, videotaped depositions, and the use of courtroom technology.

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Presenters

David L. Lutz, Esq.

David Lutz received his B.S. and M.P.A. from Penn State University and his J.D. from the University of Dayton School of Law.... Read More

Michael Davey

Michael is an Associate in the litigation department of Eckell, Sparks, Levy, Auerbach, Monte, Sloane, Matthews & Auslander,... Read More

Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
Senior Partner - Larrimore & Farnish, P.C.

Mr. Larrimore is senior partner in the Philadelphia law firm of Larrimore & Farnish, P.C., with a practice concentrated in... Read More

Hon. Linda Carpenter

The Honorable Linda Carpenter is a judge in the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia, currently assigned to the Major Jury... Read More

Scott B. Cooper, Esq.

Mr. Cooper is a partner at the Harrisburg based personal injury law firm of Schmidt Kramer P.C. where he specializes in... Read More

Kelly J. Fox, Esq.

Ms. Fox is a partner at the Philadelphia law firm of Gerolamo, McNulty, Divis & Lewbart. She received her B.A. in English... Read More

Joshua Geist, Esq.

Joshua Geist is a trial lawyer who represents individuals and families harmed by careless corporations, individuals and... Read More

James Haggerty, Esq.

Mr. Haggerty is one of the founding partners of Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer & Kupersmith with offices in Philadelphia,... Read More

Hon. Terrence Nealon

Judge Nealon was appointed to the Lackawanna County Court in 1998, and was elected in 1999 to serve a ten-year term... Read More

James R. Ronca, Esq.

A partner in the Philadelphia firm of Anapol Schwartz, P.C., James Ronca received his B.A. degree with honors from Lehigh... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following titles and components:

38th Annual Auto Law Webcast (May 15th) (Online) - Video
Business Partners Materials - Paper
Program Materials - Paper
38th Annual Auto Law Webcast (May 19th) - Video
Business Partners Materials 19th - Paper
Program Materials May 19th - Paper
38th Annual Auto Law Webcast (May 21st) (online) - Video
Business Partners Materials 21st - Paper
Program Materials May 21st - Paper
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Credit

If applicable, you may obtain credit in multiple jurisdictions simultaneously for this program (see pending/approved list below). If electing credit for this program, registrants in jurisdictions not listed below will receive a Certificate of Completion that may or may not meet credit requirements in other jurisdictions. Where applicable, credit will be only awarded to a paid registrant completing all the requirements of the program as determined by the selected accreditation authority.

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How to Attend

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Technical Requirements
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