Applying the rules of evidence is no easy task, especially in the heat of battle. With so much riding on your ability to deliver key exhibits and testimony to decisionmakers, you need to know the rules like the back of your hand. This online seminar will equip you with real-world insights for getting your evidence admitted, keeping theirs out, and winning the expert witness war. Gain leverage and get yourself trial ready - register today!
Find out how to set documents up for easy admission at trial.
Anticipate key barriers to admission and how to get around them.
Learn how to deliver a damaging blow to an opposing expert's qualifications or testimony.
Uncover traditional and creative uses for motions in limine.
Get tips for introducing business records, social media posts, and other exhibits at trial.
This course is part of the Pennsylvania Evidence, Experts, and Trial: Beyond the Basics series.
SHARON L. CAFFREY is chair of the Products Liability and Toxic Torts division of Duane Morris LLP's Trial Practice Group. She concentrates her practice in the areas of mass tort, products liability and toxic tort litigation. Ms. Caffrey's experience ranges from serving as the national coordinating counsel for Pliva, Inc. in its PPA litigation, to serving as one of two science defense coordinators and one of a handful of national trial counsel for Ford Motor Company and General Motors Corporation in their asbestos litigation, to handling major asbestos trials around the country for Ford Motor Company. Ms. Caffrey has significant trial experience, including extensive experience as MDL counsel in both asbestos and PPA litigation. She also consults with clients about the new Medicare Section 111 reporting requirements. Ms. Caffrey's is a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel and has served as a vice chair of the Toxic Tort and Environmental Law Committee of the American Bar Association. She founded and chaired Duane Morris' Womens Initiative for seven years and co-chaired the first Lexis-Nexis conference on Advancing Women in the Profession. In addition, Ms. Caffrey is a member of Duane Morris' Partners' Board and its Diversity and Inclusion Committee. She is a graduate of Widener University School of Law and a graduate of American University.
WILLIAM H. PILLSBURY is a solo practitioner with the Law Offices of William H. Pillsbury PLLC. He has taken his deep knowledge of legal issues impacting businesses and nonprofits to serve as outside legal counsel for small businesses and nonprofits. Mr. Pillsbury is a veteran attorney with more than a decade of experience advising and representing businesses and nonprofits on a range of legal issues, including insurance recovery, labor and employment, board management, and commercial litigation. His insurance recovery experience includes representation of nonprofits, hotels, restaurants, nursing homes, school district joint insurance funds, and individuals. Mr. Pillsbury has assisted his clients recover insurance under a variety of coverages, including property, business interruption, commercial general liability, boilers and machinery, and life insurance. He also helps his clients with their construction matters. Mr. Pillsbury also had the honor of being a judicial law clerk on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He also has been recognized by his peers as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for 2015 and 2016 and a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star from 2012 through 2014. Mr. Pillsbury earned his B.A. degree from Rutgers University and his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from Temple University. He is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
LAWRENCE S. ROSENWALD has handled more than 1,000 civil and criminal cases in a variety of legal areas over his 40 year career and has extensive transactional experience as well, including contract, construction, real estate, commercial and estate, and trust law. He has litigation experience in areas as diverse as real estate, trusts and estates, eminent domain, construction, commercial, and civil rights. Mr. Rosenwald has lectured in the areas of real estate law, credit and collection practice, eminent domain law, and trust and estate law to various professional groups. He earned his B.S. and J.D. degrees, with honors, from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School and Law School. Mr. Rosenwald served as chairman of the Eminent Domain Committee and chairman of the Vendors and Purchases Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association, and was a member of the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association.
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