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****Boardwalk Seminar 2017 - Top 10 Issues Facing New Lawyers
Published by New Jersey Association for Justice



Summary
Top 10 Issues Facing New Lawyers was originally presented on April 28,2017 at the Boardwalk Seminar in Atlantic City, NJ. This Webinar program features presenters lecturing on a variety of topics such as: Balancing work and family life, Alternative dispute resolution, Case Value, Bringing in new business, ERISA, Demonstrative Evidence, Motions in Limine, Effective Depositions, and essentials for Pre-Trial and Voir Dire.

Balancing Work & Family Life: A Constant Struggle For Young Lawyers Trying to Get Ahead
Emily A. McDonough, Esq.

Alternative Dispute Resolution: Effective Negotiation Against More Senior Adversaries
Jennifer M. Carlson, Esq.

Case Value: What Is My Case Worth?
James P. Kimball, Esq.

The Business of Bringing in Business: New Case Origination
Adam B. Lederman, Esq.

ERISA, Medicare & Medicaid Liens: Navigating and Negotiating
Franklin P. Solomon, Esq.

Litigation Checklist: What Must Be Done Before the Discovery End Date?
Tracey C. Hinson, Esq.

Effective Use of Demonstrative Evidence
Nicholas J. Leonardis, Esq.

Effective Use of Motions in Limine: Gaining An Advantage Before Trial Begins
John R. Gorman, Esq.

Effective Depositions: Know the Rules and Stand Your Ground
Paul R. D'Amato, Esq.

Essentials for Pre-trial Memo and Voir Dire
Oliver T. Barry, Esq.
Stephanie M. Lockspeiser, Esq.


Presenters
Emily A. McDonough, Esq.
Emily A. McDonough graduated with Honors from Princeton University and obtained her J.D. from Rutgers Law School. She is licensed to practice law in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Ms. McDonough has been successful in her representation of personal...More
Jennifer M. Carlson, Esq.
Jennifer M. Carlson, Esq. is an associate with Law Office of Richard M. Pescatore and focuses her practice on employment litigation and workman’s compensation. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Carlson served as a Deputy Attorney General in the New...More
James P. Kimball, Esq.
James P. Kimball, is with the firm Seigel Law, LLC and has tried over 90 jury trials to a verdict in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex and Passaic counties. In 2000, he was certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court...More
Adam B. Lederman, Esq.
Adam B. Lederman, Esq., a resident of Hoboken, New Jersey, is a senior associate at Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C., and concentrates his practice in the area of trial litigation. Originally a native of Marlboro, New Jersey, Adam graduated Magna...More
Franklin P. Solomon, Esq.
A graduate of Rutgers University School of Law at Camden, Franklin Solomon is an associate at the Locks Law Firm in Cherry Hill, where his practice includes litigating reimbursement claim issues on behalf of insureds and beneficiaries against health...More
Tracey C. Hinson, Esq.
Tracey Hinson is certified civil trial lawyer and a founding partner in the Princeton, New Jersey firm of Hinson Snipes, LLP. Tracey focuses her practice primarily in the areas of 1983 civil rights violations, medical malpractice, nursing home...More
Nicholas J. Leonardis, Esq.
Mr. Leonardis is certified by The Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Certified Civil Trial attorney. 2-3% of the lawyers licensed to practice in the state of New Jersey are presently certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as Certified Civil Trial...More
John R. Gorman, Esq.
John Gorman is the principal of Lutz, Shafranski, Gorman & Mahoney in New Brunswick. He has been in private practice for 33 years, and a partner for the last 28 years. He has been continuously certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a civil...More
Paul R. D'Amato, Esq.
Paul R. D'Amato is a New Jersey personal injury attorney and founder of the D'Amato Law Firm. Paul specializes in representing victims of all types of accidents, including construction, products liability and pharmaceutical litigation. For more than...More
Oliver T. Barry, Esq.
Oliver T. Barry joined Barry, Corrado, & Grassi in 2016 after serving as a judicial law clerk in the Law Division of the New Jersey Superior Court and working as an associate at the law offices of Rosner & Tucker, P.C. where he handled many types of...More
Stephanie M. Lockspeiser, Esq.
Stephanie is an Attorney at Wishnic & Jerushalmy in New Brunswick, New Jersey and handles personal injury and workers' compensation cases for the firm. She received her law degree from Drexel University Tom Kline School of Law in Philadelphia,...More
Originally Published
April 28, 2017

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following titles and components:
  1. Balancing Work & Family Life: A Constant Struggle For Young Lawyers Trying to Get Ahead
    • Balancing Work & Family Life: A Constant Struggle For Young Lawyers Trying to Get Ahead - Video
  2. Alternative Dispute Resolution: Effective Negotiation Against More Senior Adversaries
    • Alternative Dispute Resolution: Effective Negotiation Against More Senior Adversaries - Video
    • Jennifer Carlson - Paper
  3. Case Value: What Is My Case Worth?
    • Case Value: What Is My Case Worth? - Video
  4. The Business of Bringing in Business: New Case Origination
    • The Business of Bringing in Business: New Case Origination - Video
  5. ERISA, Medicare & Medicaid Liens: Navigating and Negotiating
    • ERISA, Medicare & Medicaid Liens: Navigating and Negotiating - Video
  6. Litigation Checklist: What Must Be Done Before the Discovery End Date?
    • Litigation Checklist: What Must Be Done Before the Discovery End Date? - Video
  7. Effective Use of Demonstrative Evidence
    • Effective Use of Demonstrative Evidence - Video
  8. Effective Use of Motions in Limine: Gaining An Advantage Before Trial Begins
    • Effective Use of Motions in Limine: Gaining An Advantage Before Trial Begins - Video
  9. Effective Depositions: Know the Rules and Stand Your Ground
    • Effective Depositions: Know the Rules and Stand Your Ground - Video
  10. Essentials for Pre-trial Memo and Voir Dire
    • Essentials for Pre-trial Memo and Voir Dire - Video

How To Attend
Join the self-paced program from your office, home, or hotel room using a computer and high speed internet connection. You may start and stop the program at your convenience, continue where you left off, and review supporting materials as often as you like.

Technical Requirements
You may access this course on a computer or mobile device with high speed internet (iPhones require iOS 10 or higher). Recommended browsers are Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Credit
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