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Date Published

September 8, 2020


Consumer Attorneys of California


Personal Injury


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In this series of 3 webinars, we'll have leading attorneys share their secrets on effectively working up cases pre-litigation, during litigation, and into trial. The "PI 101" series will include "I signed up the case, now what?"; "I filed the case, now what?" and finally, "trial is next month, now what?" Whether you are a brand new attorney or experienced practitioner we will provide practical hands-on tips on all phases of working up your personal injury cases that you can apply in practice tomorrow.

Session 2: "I filed the case, now what?" In this session, we'll walk you through the steps of working up your case toward trial. The foundation for every great multi-million dollar verdict is often laid in the early stages of the litigation process. We'll provide effective tips in working up your case and managing your clients' injuries all with an eye towards trial.

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Brett Schreiber

Brett Schreiber is a partner at Thorsnes Bartolotta McGuire in San Diego and past president of the Consumer Attorneys of San... Read More

Molly McKibben

Molly is a partner at Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP in Santa Monica, California. Molly’s trial practice focuses on... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

PI 101 Series- How To Work Up Your Case From Sign-Up To Trial Part 2
Part 2 Materials
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