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What You Should Be Doing to Properly Prepare Your Cases



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Friday, August 7, 2020
9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Program Co-Chairs:

Richard J. Albuquerque, Esq.
D'Arcy Johnson Day, P.C.
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 

Stephanie M. Luzzi, Esq.
Stark & Stark
Marlton, NJ

Kathleen M. Reilly, Esq. 
Brady, Brady & Reilly 
Kearny, NJ 

Jeffrey A. Rizika, Esq.
Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins, P.C.
Springfield, NJ

Friday, August 7, 2020

6:30 am - 8:30 am

Litigation at Sunrise

What You Should Be Doing to Properly Prepare Your Cases Part 1
9:00 am - 10:30 am

Prepping Your Medical Expert to Testify in an Auto Trial

Patrick T. D'Arcy, Esq. • Egg Harbor Twp., NJ

Prepping Your Client for a Deposition in an Auto Case
Jennifer Lipinski, Esq. • Palm Beach, FL
Advanced Issues in UM/UIM Law:  
How to Determine if the Client Has UM and/or UIM Coverage 
Michael S. Raff, Esq. • Paterson, NJ

What You Should Be Doing to Properly Prepare Your Cases Part 2
11:00 am - 12:30 pm

How to Recognize and Treat Clients with 
Traumatic Brain Injuries in Auto Cases
Bruce H. Stern, Esq.• Princeton, NJ
Business Vehicles: What Should You Be Doing/Looking for Pre-Suit? 
Wade F. Suthard, Esq. • Elizabeth, NJ
Managing Client Expectations in an Auto Case
Jacqueline M. Rosa, Esq. • Kearny, NJ

What You Should Be Doing to Properly Prepare Your Cases Part 3
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

What Should You Do if the Defendant was Operating a Ride Share Vehicle?
Diana S. Diskin, Esq. • Woodland Hills, CA
Grant H. Lawson, Esq. • Casper, WY
Ways to Avoid the Limitation on Lawsuit Based on the Defendant’s Conduct
Eric G. Kahn, Esq. • Springfield, NJ
Filing an Offer of Judgment in an Auto Case:  
Pros, Cons, Timing and Limitations
Norberto A. Garcia, Esq. • Jersey City, NJ

ABOUT THE SEMINAR: The Boardwalk Seminar® 2020 A Digital Experience: Education, Networking & Exhibits is a unique virtual program featuring 29 programs over three days. All programs are divided into 90-minute online webinars. This digital format allows you to choose individual webinars based on your needs or interests, which lets you create a personalized seminar.

NOTE: Pursuant to Regulation 201:08 regarding Alternate Verifiable Learning Formats, the Board on Continuing Legal Education has allowed all 24 credit hours for the compliance period to be fulfilled through approved courses offered in alternative verifiable learning formats.

* * * Special Offer * * *
Join NJAJ & Save $300 on Boardwalk Seminar registration.

If you join the New Jersey Association for Justice when registering for the Boardwalk Seminar 2020, you will receive the member registration fee ($200 less than the non-member rate) and as a part of this special offer you will receive an additional $100 off of the registration fee. Join NJAJ.

MCLE Credits
New Jersey - (Earn 6.0 Credits/Earn 0.0 Ethics Credits)
New York - (Earn 6.0 Credits/Earn 0.0 Ethics Credits - pending)
Pennsylvania - (Earn 5.0 Credits/Earn 0.0 Ethics Credits - pending)

This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the
Supreme Court of New Jersey for 6.0 hours of total CLE credit.

Of these, 0.0 qualify as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism,
and 6.0 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in 
civil trial law.

Full-Time Judges, Full-Time Law School Professors, 
Judicial Law Clerks & Law Student Members

Registration is complimentary for the seminar.
Pre-registration is required.

Course Materials
The seminar course materials will be online for attendees
to download on July 31, 2020.

Registration on or after August 5th: 
An additional $25 will be added to fees for registering on the day of the program.


If you have a disability that will require special assistance or services, 
please send a letter describing your needs.