Legal Sand Traps Trial Lawyers Should Avoid

You are invited to join us on Friday, November 8, at the Taft Law Center in downtown Cincinnati for an entertaining and interactive CLE: Legal Sandtraps Lawyers Should Avoid.

The program will feature members of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) presenting arguments to the Honorable Michael Barrett and Magistrate Judge Karen Litkovitz on issues such as: the witness who does not tell the truth, what to do when your client intends to commit perjury, payments to fact witnesses, law firm data breach, inadvertent production of a privileged document, and appropriate conduct in preparing and examining witnesses. The panel and audience discussion will explore the many ethical issues these raise for trial lawyers.

Program check-in will take place from 1:15 - 1:25 PM, and the program itself will run from 1:25 – 4:45 PM.

Applications are pending, and expected, for 3.0 Ohio and Kentucky CLE Ethics/Professionalism hours.

Early registration is priced at $25 until October 25th and later registration at $35.

Our co-sponsors, the American College of Trial Lawyers and the Cincinnati Bar Association, have generously agreed to donate all proceeds to UC Law's Trial Practice Team, and the Taft Law Firm is generously donating its glorious space to make the program possible.

Additional program information can be found at the UC Law Center for Practice website.

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Legal Sand Traps Trial Lawyers Should Avoid
Join us for this highly interactive and engaging program, featuring mock pre-trial consultations, conferences and hearings.
Friday, November 8, 2019 at 1:30 PM
 
Guest: 1 $25.00 ea.
Guest: 1 $35.00 ea.

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Amalia Tollas
Program Coordinator, College of Law

Email Amalia
or call 513-556-0090

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