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Personal Injury Law Conference 2020

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---------- CLE 5 sub/1 eth PRICE Regular: $299.00
New Attorney: $150.00
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Join PBI for our 2020 Personal Injury Law Conference, to learn, compare, share, and challenge emerging developments, trends and practices in personal injury litigation. 

Top personal injury lawyers, judges and experts gather to offer an information-packed agenda of topics that zero in on your practice.

We bring you statewide geographic representation, plaintiff versus defense perspectives, updates on the many tangents of personal injury litigation, and trade secrets of the baby boomers and millennials, and the generations in between!

It’s all in the bells and the whistles!

Jury attention and retention is your goal: learn about the latest technological tools that can be employed in the courtroom to better demonstrate your case. 

Stay on top of the issues that are essential for your practice

Take advantage of virtual lectures, diverse panels, access to the state’s most respected plaintiff’s and defense counsel and judges, and opportunities to ask your questions throughout the day. 

COVID19 may have changed your practice, but the complexities of litigation and running a successful injury practice remain the same. 

Join us for topics that will include evidentiary and procedural instruction for handling a variety of injury cases, such as automobile accidents, premises liability and catastrophic injuries, and also practical and ethical standards for operating a personal injury firm and furthering diversity in the personal injury arena.  Sessions on The Business of Injury Law and Diversity in the Practice of Injury Law bookend this day on civil litigation.  

The Agenda:

The Business of Injury Law in the Time of COVID 

Avoiding Slippery Slopes: A Primer on Premises Liability Litigation

Tripartite Relationship among the Insured, Insurer and Defense Attorney: What You Need to Know as a Plaintiff’s Attorney

Expert, Inspection and Investigation in a Products Case

Auto Intake: Crashworthiness to Small Impact

Diversity in the Practice of Personal Injury Law: Personal Perspectives

Sponsored by the PBA Civil Litigation Section, this Conference supports their mission to build community and a supportive network through innovative, informative and fun programming.

Recorded in September 2019.

Practice Areas


Harriet Anderson Esq. Law Offices of Amy F. Loperfido & Associates
Jennifer S. Coatsworth Esq. Margolis Edelstein (Phila)
Larry E. Coben Esq. Anapol Weiss (Phila)
J.B. Dilsheimer Esq. Stampone, O'Brien & Dilsheimer Law (Cheltenham)
Cathy Gicker FCLS, CIFI Allstate Insurance Company
Jennifer L. Gomez Hardy Esq. Gomez Law Group
Prince P. Holloway Esq. Stampone Law
Armand J. Leonelli Esq. Edgar Snyder & Associates (Pgh)
Brendan B. Lupetin Esq. Meyers, Evans, Lupetin & Unatin
Christopher J. Marzzacco Esq. Marzzacco Injury Law
Len Mc Cuen PE, AIA, CHFP Mc Cuen Engineering and Architecture Inc.
Carrie J. McConnell Esq. Summers McDonnell Hudock Guthrie & Rauch PC (Hbg)
Patrick J. McDonnell Esq. McDonnell & Associates PC (King of Prussia)
Robert J. Mongeluzzi Esq. Saltz Mongeluzzi & Bendesky PC (Phila)
Wesley R. Payne IV Esq. White and Williams LLP (Phila)
Gabriela G. Raful Esq. Galfand Berger LLP
Nancy Shane Rappaport Esq. DLA Piper LLP US (Phila)
Glenn A. Ricketti Esq. Margolis Edelstein (Phila)
Michael H. Rosenzweig Esq. Edgar Snyder & Associates (Pgh)
Gerald L. Shoemaker Jr., Esq. Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller (Plymouth Meeting)
Judge Stella M. Tsai Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas
Ashley M. Webb Esq. Allstate Insurance Company
Deborah A. Winokur Esq. Cozen O'Connor (Phila)
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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