2017 Workhorse Seminar



              

Program


Themes:
  • The Business of "Lawyering"
  • Persuasion in Advocacy
  • Settlement Institute
  • Daubert University
  • My First Trial
  • Product Liability
  • Premises Liability
  • Medical School for Lawyers
  • E-Discovery
  • Proof and Argument of Damages
  • Advanced Depositions Strategy & Practice
  • Attorney's Fees and Costs
  • Trucking Litigation
  • Improving Your Practice 

Thursday, March 2
12:15 pm - 1:30 pm

 An American sports broadcaster, ESPN football analyst and former long-time college football coach. He has been a featured analyst on ESPN's College GameDay program since its inception in 1987.
Corso’s appearance is sponsored by Counsel Financial and the Law Offices of Tim Misny, Cleveland, Ohio


TUESDAY
February 28, 2017

 

Tuesday Morning Session

7:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Business of Lawyering

This session will focus on finances, personnel, and marketing.  You will learn the “how” and “why” of law firm management strategies in order to better understand why the best interests of your clients are enhanced when your law firm is run as a smart and wise business model.
Moderator: Eric Romano, Romano Law Group, West Palm Beach, FL

  • Millennials – Managing Millennials in Your Law Firm and Marketing to Millennials  in Other Law Firms (for Referral Purposes) – New Twists, Challenges, and Obstacle
       Dana N. Brooks-Cooper, Barrett, Fasig & Brooks, Tallahassee, FL
  • Productivity of Lawyers and Staff: Defining It, Understanding It, and Recognizing “Real-Productivity” from “False-Productivity” – How to Define and Learn Whether Partners – (Including Law Firm Owners) – Are Genuinely Productive – Steps You Can Take to Increase Productivity and Eliminate That Which is Non-Productive in the Law Firm Setting
       Thomas W. Carey, Carey, Leisure & Neal, Clearwater, FL  
  • The Seven Deadly Sins of Social Media Marketing
       Luke W. Russell, Founder, Russell Media, Muncie, IN
  • What If You Train Them and They Leave?  What If You Don’t Train Them and They Stay?  [Lawyers and Staff]
       Micki Love, Law Firm Operations Expert, Bowling Green, KY  
  • The Power, Magic, and Productivity in Brands and Branding – What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Branding of Lawyers and Law Firms – Learning Branding Steps Which Can Backfire
       Tim Misny, Misny Law Offices, Cleveland, OH  
  • Six Ways to Finance Your Law Firm
       Joe DiNardo, Counsel Financial, Buffalo, NY  


Tuesday Featured Luncheon Program

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
Moderator: Paul D. Jess, Interim Executive Director, Florida Justice Association, Tallahassee, FL

The New Daubert Opinion: What it Means – What it Doesn’t Mean
Speakers: Wayne Hogan, Terrell Hogan, Jacksonville, FL; John S. Mills, The Mills Firm, Tallahassee; and Troy Rafferty, Levin Papantonio, Pensacola, FL

In response to the recent Daubert decision, we have created a special panel just to address how this new development will impact your practice. 

Live Webcast: Watch from your desk or device!
FJA members unable to attend Workhorse can register for the live webcast of the luncheon. During this live webcast, members will be able to ask questions of the speakers during the Q&A period of the program.


Tuesday Afternoon Session

1:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Persuasion in Advocacy

Opening Your Eyes and Expanding Your Horizon to the New and Ever-Changing World of Persuasion in Advocacy  
Moderator: John F. Romano, Romano Law Group, West Palm Beach, FL

  • The Twelve Best Ideas – (Including Learning Experiences) – from 37 Years in the Courtroom – Using the Fire Power of Imagination!
       Randi McGinn, McGinn Carpenter Montoya & Love, Albuquerque, NM
  • The Art of Storytelling and Communicating 
       Gary B. Pillersdorf, The Pillersdorf Law Firm, New York, NY
  • Putting Your Best Foot Forward – The Persuasive Opening Statement – (Steps You Can Take to Win Your Case “Next Week” with a Powerful and Persuasive Opening Statement) – [Remember: You Are the First Witness in the Case!]
       Peter Perlman, Peter Perlman Law Offices, P.S.C., Lexington, KY
  • Helping the Jury to See the Invisible – Proving a Brain Injury in the Absence of Positive Diagnostic Studies
       Gary Gober, Gober Law, Nashville, TN
  • Demonstrating Your Case to the Jury – Allowing the Jurors to Explore the Visual Realities of the Case
       Frank L. Branson, The Law Offices of Frank L. Branson, Dallas, TX


Tuesday Evening Sessions

6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

FJA Annual Settlement Institute

In this session, the speakers and attendees will explore multiple aspects of settlement tactics, techniques, strategies and philosophies.  You will learn how to maximize the result for the client in personal injury and wrongful death cases.
Moderator: Beth W. Finizio, Finizio & Finizio, P.A., Fort Lauderdale, FL

  • Demand Letters – Traditional Strategy Versus New Way of Thinking by Insurance Carriers – Are Demand Letters Even Worth Sending Out Anymore?  What to Include and What to Avoid in Demand Letters – What the Adjuster Needs to Know Versus What the Plaintiff Lawyer Wants to Say (and How They Are Most Often Vastly Different)
       Joseph A. Linnehan, Morgan & Morgan, Fort Myers, FL
  • The Top Five for Both Sides – Lesson Learned from History and Experience:  The Five Most Important Things I Have Learned from Thousands of Mediations as to: (a) Five Ways Plaintiff’s Lawyers Can Maximize the Result for the Client at Mediation as Compared to (b) Five Ways Defense Lawyers (and Adjusters) Can Maximize the Result for the “Client” at Mediation
       Jay Fraxedas, Fraxedas Mediation Firm, Orlando/Maitland, FL
  • Understanding and Appreciating the Subtleties and Nuances of Each of the “Labeled” Strategical  Moves and Knowing What They Mean, When to Do Them, When to Avoid Them, How They Might Backfire, and More – i.e., Bracketing, “the Mediator’s Number,” “the Silver Bullet,” and More
       Dawn Berlanga-Helms, Mediate First, Inc., Melbourne, FL 
  • Productive Mediations Resulting in Settlements versus Failed Mediations Resulting in Impasse – What Makes the Difference?  Steps You Can and Should Take in Order to Eliminate or Minimize Failed Mediations and Impasses
       Kimberly Sands, Principal, Upchurch Watson White & Max, Daytona Beach, FL
  • Negotiation 101 – What Is Negotiation?  How to Negotiate?  How to Win at Negotiations versus How to Guarantee Losing It in Negotiations!  Learn the Basic Concepts and Maneuvers of Negotiations
       Stephen G. Fischer, MATRIX Mediation, West Palm Beach, FL

Daubert University

Moderator: TBA 

  • Prosecuting and Pursuing a Daubert/Frye Motion to Exclude or Limit an Expert Witness
       Troy Rafferty, Levin Pappantonio, Pensacola, FL
  • Defending and Protecting Plaintiff’s Expert Witness Against a Daubert/Frye Attack
       Michael D. Eriksen, Eriksen Law Firm, West Palm Beach, FL
  • The “Daubert Report” – Everything You Need to Know But Were Afraid to Ask – How Daubert Reports Can Win Cases and Lose Cases – Beware of the Minefields!
       Dustin B. Herman, Spangenberg Shibley & Liber, Cleveland, OH
  • Daubert and the Non-Scientific Witness
    Todd J. Michaels, The Haggard Law Firm, Coral Gables, FL
  • Panel Discussion Any and All Issues, Matters, Questions or Disputes Relating to Daubert/Frye

 

My First Trial

Moderator: Eric Romano, Romano Law Group, West Palm Beach, FL

  • North Star Discovery Plan - A New Way to Chart your Way to Victory 
       Alexander M. Clem, Morgan & Morgan, Orlando, FL  
  • My First Voir Dire
       Michal Meiler, Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin, Miami, FL
  • The Mindset and Psyche of the Young Lawyer (or New Lawyer) in Prepping for and Handling His/Her First Trial – Things to Do and Things to Avoid!  Trial Checklists!  Guarding Against Defense Lawyer Mind-Games
       Eric Romano, Romano Law Group, West Palm Beach, FL
  • My First Opening Statement
       Leslie M. Kroeger, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
  • Conducting the Examination of the Plaintiff in Your First Personal Injury Trial
       Douglas Beam, Douglas R. Beam, P.A., Melbourne, FL
  • Cross-Examining the Defense Medical Examiner in My First Personal Injury Trial
       David M. Carter, Gould Cooksey Fennell, P.A., Vero Beach, FL
  • My First Summation
       Matthew N. Posgay, Coker, Schickel, Sorenson, Posgay, Camerlengo & Iracki, P.A., Jacksonville, FL

WEDNESDAY
March 1, 2017

Wednesday Morning Session

7:00 am - 12:00 pm 

Product Liability

Moderator: Nicholas C. Johnson, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC, Palm Beach Gardens, FL

  • The Handling, Litigation, and Trial of a Hip or Knee Medical Device Product Liability Case
       Brenda S. Fulmer & Cal Warriner, Searcy, Denney, Scarola, Barnhart & Shipley, P.A., West Palm Beach, FL
  • “The Consumer Expectation Test” and Product Liability Law in Florida – History and Progeny – Jury Instructions and Verdict Form
       Celene Humphries, Brannock & Humphries, P.A., Tampa, FL
  • Plaintiff’s Expert Witnesses in Product Liability Cases – Locating Them, Vetting Them, Choosing Them, Working with Them, Reports, and Prepping Them for Deposition and Trial
       Mark A. Avera, Avera & Smith, LLP, Gainesville, FL
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Driverless Cars
    Ted Leopold, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
  • Seeing Is Believing – The Art, Science, and Methodology of Re-creations, Reenactments, and Static and Dynamic Testing in Order to Prove Defect
       C. Richard Newsome, Newsome Melton, Orlando, FL
  • Help Me Help You: Don't Let Your Handling of the Personal Injury Case Lose the Bad Faith Case
       Fred Cunningham, Domnick Cunningham & Whalen, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 
  • Hover Board Defects
       Lance C. Ivey, Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath, LLP, West Palm Beach, FL
  • The Anatomy of a Truck Underride Defect Case – from the Perspective of a Vehicular Safety Expert
       Peter Leiss, P.E., C.F.E.I., C.V.F.I., Automotive Engineer & Crash Expert, Robson Forensic, Lancaster, PA
  • Identifying and Handling Defective Drug Cases
       Joseph A. Osborne, Osborne & Associates, Boca Raton, FL
  • The Values Lecture: Doing Good in People’s Lives and Doing Well Along the Way
       Stuart Z. Grossman, Grossman Roth Cohen & Yaffa, Coral Gables, FL

Wednesday Featured Luncheon Program

12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
Moderator:  John F. Romano, Romano Law Group, West Palm Beach, FL

  • The Psychology of Persuasion in Advocacy – The Art and Methodology of Bringing Out the Truth to the Jury in a Catastrophic Injury Case by Molding the Liability Case in Order to Feed and Strengthen the Damages Case – Understanding What It Means to “Convince”
       Robert “Mongo” Mongeluzzi, Saltz Mongeluzzi Barrett & Mendesky, PC, Philadelphia, PA 


Wednesday Afternoon Session 1:05 pm - 5:30 pm

Premises Liability

Moderator: Jonathan T. Gilbert, Colling, Gilbert, Wright & Carter, Orlando, FL

  • Proof and Argument of Liability in “Negligent Security” Cases
       Michael A. Haggard, The Haggard Law Firm, Coral Gables, FL 
  • Defeating the Motion to Bifurcate in Premises Liability (and Other Cases)
       Dan Cytryn, Law Offices of Cytryn and Velazquez, P.A., Coral Springs
  • Creative and Innovative Discovery Tactics and Strategies in “Slip and Fall” and “Trip and Fall” Cases
       P.J. Scheiner, Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, Attorneys For the Injured, Fort Myers, FL
  • Lessons I Learned from Cases I Lost – The Rose Colored Glasses Approach
       Dan Rosner, Rosner & Tucker, P.C., Vineland, NJ
  • Voir Dire on Liability Issues in Premises Liability Cases
       John Elliott Leighton, Leighton Law, P.A., Miami, FL
  • Hot Tips: How to Select, Prepare and Litigate a Premises Liability Case
    Thomas F. Slater, Pajcic & Pajcic, Jacksonville, FL
  • Investigating the Premises Liability Case – Winning and Productive Investigations versus Useless and Superficial Investigations (Including When to Hire an Independent Private Investigator)
       Corey B. Friedman, Romano Law Group, Lake Clarke Shores, FL 

WEDNESDAY 

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Wednesday Evening Sessions

6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Medical School for Personal Injury/Wrongful Death Lawyers

(Plaintiff or Defense) – New and Unique Matters, Findings, Surgeries and Surgical Techniques, Diagnostic Tools, and Much More. Knowing and Understanding Medicine and Anatomy in Order to Bring Out the Truth for the Judge and Jury in Each and Every Case!
Moderator: Jaeson W. Homola, Barrett, Fasig & Brooks, Tallahassee, FL 

  • Whiplash Injury to Cervical Spine: The CranioCervical Syndrome, Novel Diagnostic Techniques and Surgical Approach; and Medical Legal Aspects
       Joel Franck, M.D., FAANS, Clearwater, FL
  • Physiatry, Pain Medicine, and Rehabilitation, and Continuum of Care
       Speaker: TBA
  • Identifying and Proving a Disc Injury After a Crash:  What to Look For, What Questions to Ask, What Diagnostic Studies are Available, and How to Prove Both Injury and Causation 
       Mark D. Herbst, M.D., PhD., Independent™ Diagnostic Radiology, St. Petersburg, FL 
  • Psychiatric and NeuroPsychological Considerations After a Traumatic Brain Injury
       Dr. Eric Kaplan, Psychiatrist & Dr. Rebecca Villar, Neuropsychologist, NeuLife Rehab, Mount Dora, FL

E-Discovery Course and Training

Driving Electronic Discovery With Technological Competency – Your Roadmap to Success at Trial
Moderator:  Steven W. Teppler, Abbott Law Group, Jacksonville
  • Chad Roberts, The Roberts Firm, Jacksonville, FL
  • John Jorgensen, The Sylint Group, Sarasota, FL
  • Erik Laykin, Duff & Phelps, Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Brittany R. Ford, Abbott Law Group, Jacksonville
Dancing the Electronic Discovery Kabuki Dance –  ESI Requests, Interrogatories, Requests for Admission and Forensics; Practicing to Perfection While Avoiding Ethics Pitfalls
Moderator:  Steven W. Teppler, Abbott Law Group, Tallahassee, FL
  • Chad Roberts, The Roberts Firm, Jacksonville, FL
  • John Jorgensen, The Sylint Group, Sarasota, FL
  • Erik Laykin, Duff & Phelps, Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Brittany R. Ford, Abbott Law Group, Tallahassee, FL 
Electronic Health Records and Beyond – New Evidence Abounds if You Know How to Get It 
Moderator:  Chad Roberts, The Roberts Firm, Jacksonville, FL
  • Hon. Ralph Artigliere (Ret’d.) (exp.), Blue Ridge, Ga
  • Steven W. Teppler, Abbott Law Group, Jacksonville, FL
  • F. Catfish Abbott, Abbott Law Group, Jacksonville, FL
  • John E. Jorgensen, The Sylint Group, Sarasota, FL


THURSDAY
March 2, 2017


Thursday Morning Session

7:00 am - 12:15 pm

Proof and Argument of Damages

Moderator: John F. Romano, Romano Law Group, West Palm Beach, FL

  • Conscious Pain and Suffering – Proving an Actual Awareness of Pain
       Olivia D. Liggio, Liggio Law, P.A., West Palm Beach, FL
  • Proof and Argument of Damages for Lost Wages in the Past
       Riley H. Beam, Douglas R. Beam, P.A., Melbourne, FL
  • Proof and Argument of Damages for Loss of Future Earning Capacity
       Benjamin Russell, Associates and Bruce L. Scheiner, Attorneys For the Injured, Fort Myers, FL
  • What Can the Plaintiff “Board” in Economic Losses – The Law, the Steps and the Strategy
       Vanessa Brice, Colling, Gilbert, Wright & Carter, Orlando, FL
  • Case “Theme” – Case “Theory” – Case “Image” – The Powerful Ingredients to Persuasion in Advocacy in the Courtroom
       Ervin A. Gonzalez, Colson Hicks Eidson, Miami, FL
  • Purposefully Packaging Your Case
       Dale Swope, Swope Rodante, Tampa, FL
  • Proof and Argument of Damages for Spousal Loss of Consortium
       James W. Gustafson, Jr., Searcy, Denney, Scarola, Barnhart & Shipley, P.A., Tallahassee, FL 
  • Proof and Argument of Damages for Filial Loss of Consortium
       C. Steven Yerrid, The Yerrid Law Firm, P.A., Tampa, FL
  • Proof and Argument of Damages for Loss of Various Senses – i.e., Sight, Smell, Hearing, Touch (or Physical Feeling), Taste
       Christian D. Searcy, Searcy, Denney, Scarola, Barnhart & Shipley, P.A., West Palm Beach, FL
  • Measuring the Immeasurable:  How to Ask the Jury to Put a Dollar Figure on Your Client’s Loss
       Steven C. Marks, Podhurst Orseck, P.A., Miami 

 


Thursday Featured Luncheon Program
Moderator: Eric Romano, Romano Law Group, West Palm Beach, FL

  • 12:15 pm Keynote Speaker: Lee Corso from ESPN’s College Game Day
  • Sponsored By Counsel Financial and the Law Offices of Tim Misny, Cleveland, OH
  • 1:15 pm  Meet & Greet with Lee Corso


Thursday Afternoon Session

1:30 pm - 5:30 pm


Advanced Depositions Strategy and Practice

Tactics and Strategies on the Methodology for How to Elicit the Information You Need to Support and Develop Your Case Theory and Theme and Develop a Cohesive and Convincing Trial Theme and Case Image:

  • Nail Down Case-Critical Facts
  • Decide Questioning/Interrogation Approaches
  • Utilization of Juror Attitudes and Beliefs
  • Obtaining Useful and Necessary Information from Each Deponent
  • Maintaining Control of Each Witness’ Testimony
  • Learning How to Handle Evasive and Hostile and Uncooperative and Opposition Witnesses Including Expert Witnesses
  • An All Encompassing Compact Course from Two of America’s Greatest Trial Lawyers and “Deposition Teachers” on How to Prepare for, Handle, and Then Use Depositions in State and Federal Court
       Phillip Miller, Nashville, TN, Co-Author of "Advanced Deposition Skills", Former President, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association and
       Paul Scoptur, Wauwatosa, WI, Co-Author of "Advanced Deposition Skills", Former Co-Chair, AAJ National College of Advocacy

Thursday Evening  Sessions

 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Attorney’s Fees and Costs

Strategies, Tactics, Steps, Law and Traps You Need to Avoid (Which You Often Set For Yourself)
Moderator: Elizabeth Munro, Vanguard Attorneys, Tampa, FL

  • Proposals for Settlement in State Court in Florida: Law, Procedure, and Avoiding “Backfire”
       Bard D. Rockenbach, Burlington & Rockenbach, P.A., West Palm Beach, FL
  • Plaintiff’s Motion for Attorney Fees – What to Do, How to Handle It, and How to Prevail
       Stephen A. Barnes, Barnes Trial Group, Tampa, FL
  • Plaintiff’s Motion to Tax Costs – (Why You Need to Be Thinking of the Preparation of This Motion From the Very Beginning of Your Litigation – As There Are Penalties to Pay When You Develop the Motion to Tax Costs “After” Your Verdict)
       Speaker: TBA
  • Contingent Fee Contracts – Everything You Need to Know in Order to Avoid Legal Problems, Financial Problems, Bar Problems, and Client Problems – Making Sure You Get It Right the First Time!
       Speaker: TBA
  • Effective Strategies for Serving and Responding to Proposals for Settlement to Help Reach a Settlement
       Rick Kolodinsky, LegalFeeGuard, Daytona Beach, FL

Trucking Litigation

Moderator: N. Joel Harris, Coker, Schickel, Sorrenson, Posgay, Camerlengo & Iracki, P.A., Jacksonville, FL

  • A Primer on Trucking Insurance Coverage
       Joseph V. Camerlengo, Jr., Coker, Schickel, Sorenson, Posgay, Camerlengo & Iracki, P.A., Jacksonville, FL
  • What Works, What Doesn’t in Trucking Litigation
       Steven M. Gursten, Michigan Auto Law, Detroit, MI
  • Corporate and Vicarious Liability, and Piercing the Corporate Veil
       Nathan Carter, Colling, Gilbert, Wright & Carter, Orlando, FL
  • A Primer on Electronic Data Recorders, GPS Tracking Systems, In-Cab Cameras and Fleet Management Systems
       Scott B. Smith, Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath LLP, West Palm Beach
  • The State of Federal Rules & Regulations You Need to Know
       Stefano D. Portigliatti, Coker, Schickel, Sorenson, Posgay, Camerlengo & Iracki, P.A., Jacksonville, FL
  • The Anatomy of a Truck Underride Defect Case – from the Perspective of a Vehicular Safety Expert
       Peter Leiss, P.E., C.F.E.I., C.V.F.I., Automotive Engineer & Crash Expert, Robson Forensic, Lancaster, PA

FRIDAY
March 3, 2017


Friday Morning Session

7:00 am - 12:00 pm 

Improving Your Practice

Friday Takeaways - Quick Tips to Immediately Improve Your Practice
Moderator: Doug Beam, Douglas R. Beam, P.A., Melbourne, FL

  • Seven Apps to Help You in the Courtroom
       A. Daniel Vazqyez, Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., Gainesville, FL
  • Debris or Defect? What to Look for to Determine if a Tire Blowout was Caused by Road Debris or a Tire Defect
       Ben J. Whitman, Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather, Keen & Littky-Rubin, LLP, West Palm Beach, FL
  • Black Box Data – How to Get It and What It Can Tell You
       Damian Mallard, The Mallard Law Firm, Sarasota, FL
  • Seven Apps to Help You Work More Efficiently
       Tony Quackenbush, Kelley Uustal, PLC, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • Looking Ahead: Post Election Economy and Innovations in Plaintiff and Attorney Structures   Sylvia Benito, CFA, Senior Vice President, Millennium Settlements, Inc., Tallahassee
  • Winning the Shell Game - Finding Coverage in Nursing Home Neglect Cases
       Sean Domnick, Domnick Cunningham Whalen, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
  • Cell Phone Data - How to Get It and What It Can Tell You
       Waylon Thompson, Manuel & Thompson, Panama City, FL
  • When and Why to Consider a Structured Settlement
       Michael Goodman, NFP Structured Settlements, Boca Raton, FL
  • Encrypt! The Russians are Coming!
       Stephen A. Barnes, Barnes Trial Group, Tampa, FL
  • We Are Trial Lawyers! We Are Not Glorified Claims Adjusters
       Matt Powell, MattLaw, Tampa, FL
  • Managing Your Cash Flow
       Dwight Hill, President, Sabadell United Bank
  • When and Why to Consider a Structured Settlement
       Michael Goodman, NFP Structured Settlements, Boca Raton, FL
  • Managing Your Cash Flow
       Dwight Hill, President, Sabadell United Bank
  • Telling the Story of Your Case
       Mark Lanier, The Lanier Law Firm, Houston, TX      

Friday Featured Luncheon Program

12:15 pm - 12:30 pm

2017 FJA “Compassionate Gladiator Award Winner” 
Compassionate Gladiator Award Presentation to Mark Lanier

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm 
America, the Owner's Manual: You Can Fight City Hall-and Win
Senator Bob Graham and Chris Hand

Friday Afternoon Session 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm 

  • Are You Paying Your Staff Properly? What You Need to Know
       Matthew K. Fenton, Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P. A., Tampa, FL 
  • Tips on What to Do When the Defense Discloses Their Experts in an Auto Negligence Case  
       Tiffany Faddis, Faddis & Faddis, Orlando, FL
  • Focus Groups for Free! *(Not Really, But Cheaper Than the Experts Say)
       P. Alex Gillen, Newsome Melton, Orlando, FL
  • Understanding & Explaining the Science of "Mild" TBI Cases: What You Need to Know to Avoid Turning Away a Seven Figure Case
       Bob Shepherd, MediVisuals, Inc., Richmond, VA