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***Black Letter Briefcase: Trial Practice and Evidence - Meadowlands Seminar 2019

Published by New Jersey Association for Justice


Summary

Black Letter Briefcase : Trial Practice and Evidence was originally presented on November 22, 2019 at the Meadowlands Seminar in East Rutherford, NJ

This Self-Paced program features presenters lecturing on Trial Practice and Evidence: Objection It’s Work Product?
Current Ruling on James vs Ruiz
Top four In Limine Motions in an Auto Case
Can The DME Or Treating Doctor Testify As To The Mechanism Of Injury, Overtreatment or Malingering?
How to Use the Time Unit Rule
How to Prove Medical Bills at Time of Trial
Judicial Perspective: Most Common Evidentiary Trial Objections
Admissibility of The Opinion Of A Police Officer
Summing up the Evidence at closing: How far is too far?

Objection It’s Work Product?
Lynne M. Kizis, Esq. - Woodbridge, NJ

Current Ruling on James vs Ruiz
Marc C. Saperstein, Esq. - Teaneck, NJ

Top four In Limine Motions in an Auto Case
Adam L. Rothenberg, Esq. - Edison, NJ

Can The DME Or Treating Doctor Testify As To The Mechanism Of Injury, Overtreatment or Malingering?
K. Raja Bhattacharya, Esq. - West Orange, NJ*

How to Use the Time Unit Rule
Lauren D. Fraser, Esq. - Newton, NJ

How to Prove Medical Bills at Time of Trial
Jeffrey A. Rizika, Esq. - Springfield, NJ

Judicial Perspective: Most Common Evidentiary Trial Objections
Hon. John D. O'Dwyer - Hackensack, NJ

Admissibility of The Opinion Of A Police Officer
Gerald H. Baker, Esq. - Springfield, NJ

Summing up the Evidence at closing: How far is too far?
Brian Lehrer, Esq. - Florham Park, NJ
Martin Cedzidlo - Fort Lee NJ

Presenters
Lynne M. Kizis, Esq.
Lynne M. Kizis is a Shareholder and Director of Wilentz, Goldman &Spitzer, P.A., Woodbridge, New Jersey and Co-Team Leader of the Mass Tort/Class Action team which serves clients in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She has focused on complex,...More
Marc C. Saperstein
Marc Saperstein, a native of Dumont, N.J. is a founding member of Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C. He has a reputation of handling some of America's most complex cases including Tobacco Class Actions, Diet Drugs, Fuel Tank explosions caused by...More
Adam L. Rothenberg, Esq.
Adam is a partner with the firm of Levinson Axelrod and a Certified Civil trial Attorney since 2001 and serves on the Supreme Court Committee for Certification. His practice has focused on complex litigation now concentrating on Medical Malpractice,...More
K. Raja Bhattacharya, Esq.
Raja Bhattacharya is a partner with Bendit Weinstock in West Orange, NJ. He is a certified civil trial attorney. His practice areas are Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury.
Lauren D. Fraser, Esq.
As an injury law trial attorney with Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins, P.C., Lauren has successfully resolved cases for injured clients through settlement and jury verdict, having obtained some of the largest verdicts for injured...More
Jeffrey A. Rizika, Esq.
Jeff is a partner at the law firm of Javerbaum, Wurgaft, Hicks, Kahn, Wikstrom & Sinins, P.C. in Springfield, New Jersey. He concentrates his practice in the areas of Auto, Bus and Trucking Negligence, Premises Liability, Malpractice and Civil...More
Hon. John D. O'Dwyer, J.S.C.
Judge of the Superior Court Civil Division, Bergen County in January, 2017.
Gerald H. Baker, Esq.
Gerald Baker is one of the most able and high-profile personal injury attorneys in the nation with the firm Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins, P.C.

Baker has deep roots in fighting for the legal rights of workers and victims of...More

Brian R. Lehrer, Esq.
With the firm Schenck, Price, Smith & King LLP, and co-chairs the Commercial Restructuring and Workouts practice group and focuses on commercial foreclosures. He also has wide-ranging experience in representing commercial landlords in landlord-tenant...More
Martin S. Cedzidlo, Esq.
Mr. Cedzidlo has extensive trial experience, having tried to verdict hundreds of cases on behalf of his clients, including automobile accident cases, premises liability cases, Worker's Compensation cases, Malpractice cases, and Chancery cases...More

Originally Published

November 22, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Objection It’s Work Product?
  • Current Ruling on James vs Ruiz
  • Current Ruling on James vs Ruiz - Paper
  • Top four In Limine Motions in an Auto Case
  • Can The DME Or Treating Doctor Testify As To The Mechanism Of Injury, Overtreatment or Malingering?
  • Can The DME Or Treating Doctor Testify As To The Mechanism Of Injury, Overtreatment or Malingering? - Paper
  • How to Use the Time Unit Rule
  • How to Prove Medical Bills at Time of Trial
  • Judicial Perspective: Most Common Evidentiary Trial Objections
  • Judicial Perspective: Most Common Evidentiary Trial Objections - Paper
  • Admissibility of The Opinion Of A Police Officer
  • Summing up the Evidence at closing: How far is too far?
  • Summing up the Evidence at closing: How far is too far? - Paper

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