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Thursday & Friday, August 6 & 7, 2020
9:00 am - 4:30 pm & 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Program Co-Chairs:
Kenneth G. Andres, Jr., Esq. 
Andres & Berger, P.C. 
Haddonfield, NJ

Patricia M. Giordano, Esq.
Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter
Tanner Weinstock Dodig LLP
Cherry Hill, NJ

James S. Lynch, Esq.
Lynch Lynch Held Rosenberg, P.C.
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ

Deborah L. Mains, Esq.
Costello & Mains, LLC
Mt. Laurel, NJ

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

Bruce H. Stern, Esq. 
Stark & Stark 
Princeton, NJ

Thomas J. Vesper, Esq. 
Westmoreland, Vesper, Quattrone & Beers
West Atlantic City, NJ

Thursday, August 6, 2020

9:00 am - 10:30 am 
Personal Injury Part 1

Multimedia Learning and the Neuroscience of Presenting Better for Jurors, Judges
Justin S. Kahn, Esq. • Charleston, SC

Knocking Down Walls with Visual Aids
Sach Daniel Oliver, Esq. • Rogers, AR

Jury Selection & Jury Trials – New Considerations
Mike Arias Esq. • Los Angeles, CA

11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Personal Injury Part 2

Winning Virtual Hearings
John F. Romano, Esq. • West Palm Beach, FL

Ten Rules for Winning Medical Negligence Cases
Patrick A. Malone Esq. • Washington, DC

AAJ Update
Tobias L. Millrood Esq. • AAJ President •  Conshohocken, PA

Dangerous Childrens’ Products
Alan M. Feldman Esq. • Philadelphia, PA

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Personal Injury Part 3
Top Ten in Torts in New Jersey

Rowe v Bell & Gossett Co., 239 N.J. 531 (NJ 2019) - Trial Evidence
Adam B. Lederman, Esq. • Teaneck, NJ

Shields v. Ramslee Motors, 240 N.J. 479 (NJ 2020) Premises – Snow and Ice
Tommie Ann Gibney, Esq. • Haddonfield, NJ

Felix v Richards, 241 N.J. 169 (NJ 2020) Motor Vehicle – Insurance
Hon. Nicholas P. Scutari, Esq.  • Linden, NJ

Morales-Hurtado v Reinoso, 2020WL1879614 (NJ 2020) Trial – Damages
Edward P. Capozzi, Esq. • Roseland, NJ

Grewal v. Greda, 2020 WL2464760 (App. DIv. 2020) Trial – Cross Examination
Kathleen M. Reilly, Esq. • Kearney, NJ

Estate of Narleski v Gomes, 459 N.J. Super. 377 (App. Div. 2019) Dram Shop – Liability
James S. Lynch, Esq. • Hasbrouck Heights, NJ

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Personal Injury Part 4
Top Ten in Torts in New Jersey (continued)

Paladino v Auletto Enterprises, 459 N.J. Super. 365 (App. Div. 2019) Discovery - Work Product Privilege
Diane L. Cardoso, Esq. • Jersey City, NJ

Trella v. Bradish, 2019 WL 4940212 (App. Div. 2019) Medical Malpractice – Discovery
Jonathan H. Lomurro, Esq. • Freehold, NJ

Campbell v Allstate, 459 N.J. Super. 73 (Law Div. 2019) Trial –Expert Discovery
Patricia M. Giordano, Esq. • Cherry Hill, NJ

T.L. v Goldberg, 238 N.J. 218 (NJ 2019) Trial – Witnesses
K. Raja Bhattacharya, Esq. • West Orange, NJ

Orientale v. Jennings, 239 N.J. 569 (NJ 2019) Trial – Damages
Richard J. Albuquerque, Esq. • Egg Harbor Twp., NJ

Discussion About Cases Speakers  
Kenneth G. Andres, Jr., Esq.
Richard J. Albuquerque, Esq.
K. Raja Bhattacharya, Esq.
Edward P. Capozzi, Esq.
Diane L. Cardoso, Esq.
Tommie Ann Gibney, Esq.
Patricia M. Giordano, Esq.
Adam B. Lederman, Esq.
Jonathan H. Lomurro, Esq.
James S. Lynch, Esq.
Kathleen M. Reilly, Esq.
Hon. Nicholas P. Scutari, Esq

Friday, August 7, 2020

6:30 am - 8:30 am

Litigation at Sunrise

Personal Injury Part 1
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Top Ten in America

The Real Power of Analogies
Keith R. Mitnik Esq. • Orlando, FL

Six Quick-Hit Innovative Advocacy Steps
John F. Romano, Esq. • West Palm Beach, FL

Proving & Explaining “CONSTRUCTIVE NOTIVE” in Tort Claims Cases
Francesco Tedesco, Esq.
Updated Reconstruction Technology 
Scott Kline, BSME • ARCCA • Penns Parks, PA
Retail Store Safety
Bill Julio • Clayton, NJ

Personal Injury Part 2
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Top Ten in America (continued)

Depositions, Trials & Jury Consulting During/After COVID-19
Phillip H. Miller, Esq. • Nashville, TN
Trucking Updates

Dan Ramsdell Esq. • Springfield, MO

Maximizing Damages in Non-Cases
Sudhir R. Patel, Esq. • Pottsville, PA

Finding and Telling the Story of Your Plaintiffs
Deborah S. Chang, Esq. • Los Angeles, CA

Personal Injury Part 3
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Rising Stars


Written Discovery you Should be Doing Within 30 Days of Filing Suit
Matthew L. Capone, Esq. • Vineland, NJ

Don’t Forget the Per Quod!: 
Importance of Per Quod and How to Develop the Case

Tiffany L. Heineman, Esq. • Morristown, NJ 

How to Manage Multi-tasking as a New  Attorney
Erika Lezama, Esq. • Egg Harbor Twp., NJ

Using Employment Law Tips in PI Cases
Michael J. Reilly, Esq. • Mt. Laurel, NJ

Powerpoint Tips at Trial
Abraham Tran, Esq. • Haddonfield, 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.

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MCLE Credits
New Jersey - (Earn 11.10 Credits/Earn 0.0 Ethics Credits)
New York - (Earn 11.0 Credits/Earn 0.0 Ethics Credits)
Pennsylvania - (Earn 9.0 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 11.10 hours of total CLE credit.

Of these, 0.0 qualify as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism,
and 11.10 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in 
criminal 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: 
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