Advanced Personal Injury – Part of the Masters Series Conference

ICLEF's 2013 Masters Series Conference, July 25-27, 2013, French Lick Springs Resort & Casino & West Baden Springs Hotel & Spa, French Lick, INThis is a brand new offering to the Masters Series Summer ConferenceTM this year!  Roll up your sleeves and join the discussion with our seasoned personal injury trial faculty as they tackle challenging topics. Here is a sampling:

– Deposition Dilemmas – such as is a client required to disclose what information was reviewed in preparing for a deposition with his/her attorney?  What about the requirement to specifically name nonparties in Indiana?

– Mediation and ADR Techniques in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases;

– Proving and Recovering Attorney Fees;

– Liens as an Impediment to Settlement;

– Conducting 30(B)(6) and Expert Depositions;

– Handling the more complex and catastrophic injuries along with spinal and orthopedic injuries – diagnosis, treatment, prognosis and a look at damages

Our faculty includes both plaintiff and defense practitioners as well as an M.D. Physiatrist, so don’t miss out!

Advanced Personal Injury, July 26 & 27, 2013
6 CLE – Live In-Person Only! French Lick Hotel & Casino and West Baden Springs Resort & Spa, French Lick, IN. To Register, Click Here.


Day One, Friday, July 26
9:00 A.M.     Deposition objections:  what objections are proper and under what circumstances?

Depositions:  to what extent may an opposing party ask your client what he/she did to prepare for the deposition?

Non-parties:  timing, identification and disclosure of non-parties

10:30 A.M.   Coffee Break

10:45 A.M.   Wrongful Death Cases:  issues relating to proving and recovering attorney fees

Liens as an impediment to settlement of catastrophic injury cases

Mediation and other alternative dispute resolution techniques in personal injury and wrongful death cases

12:15 P.M.   Adjourn for Afternoon Activities

Day Two, Friday, July 26
9:00 A.M.   Trial Rule 30(B)(6) Depositions

– notice requirements

– selecting the right corporate representative(s)

– responsibilities of corporate entity upon receipt of TR 30(B)(6) notice

Retaining, disclosing and deposing experts

Disclosing and deposing percipient experts

10:30 A.M. Coffee Break

10:45 A.M. Role of the Physiatrist in the treatment of catastrophic and complex injuries

Spinal injuries: causation, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis

Orthopedic injuries: causation, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis

Damages: impact of spinal and orthopedic injuries on ADLs

12:15 P.M. Adjourn


To register for Advanced Personal Injury, July 26-27, Click Here.
To learn more about all there is to see and do at this year’s Masters Series Summer ConferenceTMClick Here.


PTI: Ethics
Come down a day early on July 25th, for our engaging and entertaining look at ethics and professional responsibility. The ICLEF PTI: Ethics seminar, back by popular demand, will address relevant ethical issues in a format similar to the popular ESPN sports program “PTI.” The program is chaired by James J. Bell, Bingham Greenebaum Doll, and once again our program will feature well-known and highly regarded faculty members. To learn more or to register, for PTI: EthicsClick Here.

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