1. The TASA Group, Inc. Presents: Issues in Vertical Transportation Litigation


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    On Tuesday, June 22, 2010, at 2 p.m. EDT, The TASA Group, Inc., in conjunction with vertical transportation expert Dr. Stephen Carr, Ph.D., presented a free, one-hour interactive webinar for all legal professionals on vertical transportation litigation (elevators, escalators, moving walks, dumb waiters, etc.). This presentation is based on Dr. Carr's work on over 200 cases in 37 states over the past decade. This program covered: An overview of vertical transportation Safety Codes Strategic Litigation Decisions Standard of Care Settlement and Trial Statistics About the Expert Dr. Stephen Carr holds engineering degrees from Cal Berkeley and the University of Utah at Salt Lake. He created and managed a new product development company for 30 years and testified on product defect, patent infringement and other intellectual property issues during that time. Today, he is an engineer with Technology Litigation Corporation, specializing in elevator and escalator accident investigation. He serves on several of the committees that write the Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators. About The TASA Group, Inc. TASA provides independent testifying and consulting experts to the legal community, within the fields of business, technology, the arts, and science. TASA experts are available locally and nationally, for plaintiff or defense. They assist with various phases of litigation, including case merit evaluation, strategy, education, research, reporting, and testimony. TASA serves law and insurance professionals, businesses, and government agencies. http://www.tasanet.com

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    • APIL Webinar 30.11.09


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      "Getting the most from your expert" - Ian Walker (former president of APIL) and Dr. Harry Brunjes (Chairman of PMG) talking to an online webinar of over fifty people.

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      • Rick Friedman Speaks to law students on "Why You should Become a Trial Lawyer"


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        • Tom Young - It Takes a Plan: Expanding Your Radius of Influence


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          • "Good Blogging Practices for Personal Injury Lawyers" -- Eric Turkewitz


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            Eric Turkewitz, author of The New York Personal Injury Law Blog, offers tips and suggestions for effective blogging for trial lawyers and explains why certain techniques may be harmful to the profession. The presentation was taped at the Radius of Influence Conference in Tampa, Florida on May 13th, 2010.

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              "If we as a society, are not willing to talk about this issue, are we really failing our children?" - Lorreta Merritt, LLB ------------------------------------- LIST OF QUESTIONS (WITH TIMECODE) [00:00:05.00] Introduction (Who do you normally represent?) [00:00:37.10] Do you ever represent natural, foster, or adoptive parent(s)? [00:01:43.10] How does the court define "negligence"? [00:02:22.18] Do you have to prove the CAS was negligent? [00:04:37.25] How do you prove fault? [00:07:16.17] Is the CAS contracting out to group homes to avoid being sued? [00:08:58.24] How does the law apply if other children (in a group home) abused the survivor? [00:10:16.11] If a file has been sealed for 20 years, or the CAS claims there is no file, can a survivor still sue? [00:11:08.26] How much money can a survivor sue for? [00:15:00.18] Is it harder to sue the CAS if the child was damaged before they went into care? [00:15:28.19] Is it worthwhile for an abuse survivor to sue for damages? [00:16:56.29] Are gag orders normally part of the settlement? [00:18:46.04] Do the claims cost tax payers when the CAS loses? [00:20:46.29] Would you encourage kids - teens or young adults - to sue? [00:22:30.25] What if a survivor can't afford a lawyer? [00:23:08.15] How do you know if it's "a strong case" ? [00:24:06.26] If the abuse happened in a foster home does that mean you can't sue the CAS? [00:24:42.28] Is there a statute of limitations? [00:28:02.10] Final thoughts...

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              • Personal Injury


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                The program covers the process of a Personal Injury lawsuit with two Personal Injury trail lawyers. Discussed are the initial meeting with an attorney, screening and investigation of case, proximate cause, medical records and police reports, filing a lawsuit, discovery, depositions, pre-trial motions, and the court trial. Host: Barry L. Gordon Barry L. Gordon and Associates Chicago Bar Association Member Guests: Steven J. Critz Law Offices of Steven J. Critz Donald LeBoyer Attorney At Law

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                • Self Defense


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                  Attorney Marc J. Victor talks about the use of self defense and deadly force and when you are able to use it under the law.

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                  • PIP Your Practice II


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                    David Marcarian, inventor of the MyoVision speaks on the new Evidence Based Model as it applies to the PIP Practice.

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