Advance Your Discovery Skills with Judge and Seasoned Attorney Insights
Litigation is often won or lost in discovery. Your skills can turn the tide of battle or make a slam-dunk case a nightmare. Are you at the top of your discovery game? Our judge and seasoned attorney faculty will give you a strategic advantage by showing you how to apply the rules with precision and tactically deal with an array of discovery issues. From depositions to digital devices, gain practical insights that will result in better, more cost-effective discovery. Hone your skills and become a master of discovery - register today!
Discover what judges don't want to see in your discovery motions.
Conduct more fruitful depositions with creative questioning techniques.
Get the evidence you need from the cloud, smartphones, tablets, or other devices.
Find out how to secure discovery from third parties in other states.
Neutralize the "Rambo" lawyer during the discovery process and depositions.
Learn how to effectively safeguard confidential and privileged information during litigation.
Mistakes That Judges Wish Attorneys Would Stop Making
Advanced Deposition Strategies
Obtaining Evidence From Electronic Devices
Your Guide to Subpoenas: Phone Records, Interstate Discovery, and More
Dirty Discovery Tactics: How to Deal With the "Rambo" Litigator
Continuing Legal Education LA CLE
- 6.00Approval Exp. 7/14/2024
This course or a portion thereof has been approved by the Louisiana Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Louisiana State Bar Association. This program may qualify for up to 6.0 hours (based on a 60-minute credit hour) of self-study credit, of which 1.0 hour will apply to self-study ethics credit. No more than 4.0 hours of self-study CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period.
Robert W. Hallack is the principal of Hallack Law Offices in Baton Rouge. He was an associate editor for the Southern University Law Review by virtue of his article, "Louisiana's Comparative Fault Doctrine and the Mitigation of Damages," which was cited by the Louisiana Supreme Court. He devotes his practice to personal injury and wrongful death cases, including vehicle accidents, medical negligence, nursing home negligence, professional malpractice, maritime accidents, premises accidents and injuries at work. Mr. Hallack has lectured extensively on medical malpractice, nursing home abuse/negligence, alternative dispute resolution, proving damages, evidence and workers' compensation issues. He is a member of the Baton Rouge and Louisiana State bar associations, as well as all federal courts in the state. Mr. Hallack is also a member of the Wex Malone Inns of Court. He earned his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Southern University Law Center.
David A. Lowe is a partner with the law firm of Keegan, Juban, Lowe & Robichaux, LLC, where he focuses his practice in civil litigation, corporate matters, employment law, personal injury, and successions. Mr. Lowe is admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in the state of Louisiana, and has been admitted to practice pro hac vice before multiple federal courts in other jurisdictions. He has argued multiple cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Court. Mr. Lowe is a member of the Baton Rouge, Louisiana State, Federal and American bar associations. He earned his B.A. degree from the University of Southwestern Louisiana and his J.D. degree from Louisiana State University.
Brock L. Wimberley is an attorney with Strauss Massey Dinneen LLC. His practice focuses primarily on insurance coverage and defense, including bad faith and extra-contractual litigation, catastrophic/disaster claims and related mass litigation, ﬁrst and third-party property damage, and ﬁrst and third-party personal injury, ﬂood, and insurance fraud. Mr. Wimberley earned his Bachelor of Science in Management (B.S.M.) degree from Tulane University. He graduated cum laude from LSU Law School, earning his J.D. degree and a Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law (D.C.L.). Mr. Wimberley is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association and is admitted to practice before all Louisiana State and Federal Courts.
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