Date(s) - 12/08/2017
8:15 am - 1:00 pm
Westin River North
4.25 MCLE hours
7:30 – Registration Desk Opens (Continental breakfast provided.)
Seminar begins at 8:15 AM; ends at 12:50 PM
REGISTER IN ADVANCE – course material is distributed electronically prior to the seminar and course handbooks will NOT be available at the door. Admittance cannot be guaranteed for at-door registrations.
Program Planning Chair & Moderator:
Matthew M. Gannon, Healy Scanlon Law Firm / Chicago
Topics include –
Failure to Diagnose Cases – Keith A. Hebeisen, Clifford Law Offices / Chicago
Case Selection – Stephen D. Phillips, Phillips Law Offices / Chicago
Loss Chance of Recovery – Todd A. Smith, Power Rogers & Smith, LLP / Chicago
Voir Dire – Patrick A. Salvi, Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard / Chicago
Opening Statements – Margaret Battersby Black, Chair, ITLA Women’s Caucus, Levin & Perconti / Chicago
Perspective from the Bench – What Plaintiffs Lawyers Miss – The Honorable Clare Elizabeth McWilliams, Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County, Law Division / Chicago
Deposing Defense Experts – Michael P. Cogan, Cogan & Power / Chicago
Healthcare Technology Liability – Kenneth T. Lumb, Corboy & Demetrio / Chicago
The Products Case Hidden Within a Med Mal Case – Peter J. Flowers, Meyers & Flowers / Chicago
Known Risk Defense – Steven M. Levin, Levin & Perconti / Chicago
ITLA’s Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook has been completely rewritten!
The Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook has been rewritten and contains the most recent cites and references for each of the 18 chapters of the Notebook.
- A MUST for every plaintiff’s lawyer who handles malpractice cases.
- Save hours of research time.
- Most recent cites and references.
- Handy reference in the courtroom to handle virtually any situation.
- 18 Chapters – indexed and tabbed for easy use.
Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook Chapters
735 ILCS 5/2-622 • Statute of Limitations • Medical Studies Act • Negligence/Standard of Care & Locality Rule • Institutional Negligence; Vicarious Liability; HMO Liability; Nursing Home Liability • Res Ipsa Loquitur • Informed Consent/Battery • Patient Fault • Proximate Cause • Learned Medical Treatises • Use of Medical Records • Physician-Patient Privilege • Rule 213 Opinion Witnesses • Closing Argument • Jury Instructions • Settlement • “Empty Chair”/Sole Proximate Cause Defense & Respondents in Discovery • Insurance Coverage; Bad Faith; Governmental Defendants & Governmental Regulation of Health Care Professionals •
Medical Malpractice Notebook Editor: Keith A. Hebeisen, Clifford Law Offices, Chicago
If you need a room at the Westin Chicago River North (single/double $209) call 312-744-1900 or 888-627-8359 BY NOVEMBER 7, 2017.
Indicate that you are attending an Illinois Trial Lawyers Association December function.
Admittance cannot be guaranteed for at-door registrations – course material is distributed electronically prior to the seminar and course handbooks will not be available at the door.