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Pursuing Civil Liability for Criminal Acts
January 26, 2012 - 3:00 pm (Eastern)
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NBI Teleconferences
 
Schedule
90-Minute Teleconference -
January 26, 2012
Eastern 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Central 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Mountain 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Pacific 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
*Please note program duration may not reflect credit hours.
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The majority of our teleconferences are accredited for continuing education credit, including continuing legal education. Specific accreditation information for participating in this teleconference can be referenced on our website. Please note that program duration may not reflect credit hours.

Each attendee seeking continuing education credit must purchase an individual registration. A unique personal identification number will be assigned to each registrant to electronically track attendance for credit reporting purposes.

Tuition
$199 - First Registrant
$189 - Additional Registrants
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How to Register
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Phone - 1-800-930-6182
Reference Event Number: 58639
TELECONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Protect Your Client to the Best of Your Ability

Should you pursue civil liability for a criminal act? Before filing the claim in either court, know the pros and cons of taking your case the civil route. This fundamental course will examine the advantages and disadvantages as well as the available damages. Be prepared to properly advise your clients - register today!

  • Look at both the advantages and disadvantages of criminal liability vs. civil liability.
  • Find out whether or not a judgment in criminal liability cases affects the possibility of a judgment in civil liability.
  • Get up to speed on how civil liability is handled under the Federal Tort Law Act.

Look below for more information on this program AND how to register for this teleconference!

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AGENDA

Session Time: 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM Eastern
Presenter: John R. Kormanik

  1. Advantages of Civil Liability over Criminal Liability
  2. Disadvantages of Civil Liability over Criminal Liability
  3. Civil Liability Under Federal Tort Law Act
  4. Does a Judgment in Criminal Liability Affect the Possibility of a Judgment in Civil Liability
  5. Damages
  6. Regulatory Action
TELECONFERENCE INSTRUCTIONS
2 business days prior each registrant is emailed complete teleconference details. Dial-in access information (toll-free phone number and personal ID number), as well as links to access program materials and to request continuing education credit(s) will be provided.

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