Date(s) - 12/02/2021
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
JW Marriott Chicago
Sponsored by the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association Education Fund – an Illinois Accredited MCLE Provider
THURSDAY, December 2, 2021
Approved for 4. MCLE hours
7:30 – Registration Desk Opens (Continental breakfast provided.)
Seminar begins at 8:15 AM; ends at 1:00 PM
REGISTER IN ADVANCE – course handbooks will NOT be available at the door – course material is distributed electronically prior to the seminar.
Admittance cannot be guaranteed for at-door registrations.
Program Planning Chairs & Moderators:
Sean M. Houlihan, Power Rogers LLP / Chicago
Kenneth H. Levinson, Levinson & Stefani / Chicago
Topics include –
Voir Dire – Stephan D. Blandin, Romanucci & Blandin LLC / Chicago
Judicial Perspective – The Honorable Thomas V. Lyons II, Judge, Circuit Court of Cook County, Law Division, Trial Section / Chicago
Radiology Cases – Patrick A. Salvi II, Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard / Chicago
Non-Economic Damages – Larry R. Rogers, Jr., Power Rogers LLP / Chicago
To Call or Not To Call the Defendant Doctor at Trial – Thomas A. Demetrio, Corboy & Demetrio / Chicago
Handling Defense Experts – Marc A. Taxman, Taxman Pollock Murray & Bekkerman / Chicago
Opening Statement / Closing Argument – Bridget C. Duignan, Latherow & Duignan / Chicago
Trying Your Medical Malpractice Case Post-Pandemic – Keith A. Hebeisen, Clifford Law Offices / Chicago
Maximizing Birth Defect Cases – Matthew J. Adair, Cooney & Conway / Chicago
Motion in Limine – Benjamin A. Crane, Coplan & Crane LLC / Oak Park
ITLA’S Medical Malpractice Trial Notebook Completely Rewritten in 2021
Editors: Keith A. Hebeisen and Sarah F. King, Clifford Law Offices, Chicago
Order the Medical Malpractice Notebook with seminar registration —
- 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
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Or call JW Marriott at 312-660-8200 BY NOVEMBER 10, 2021. Indicate that you are attending an Illinois Trial Lawyers Association December function.
Bookings are closed for this event.