Winter Conference 2018: Drive Your Case, Don't Let Your Case Drive You. Day 1: The Road Map.

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

2018 Winter Conference:
Drive Your Case, Don't Let Your Case Drive You
Day 1: The Road Map
Chairpersons Mallory Allen and Andrew Ackley
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Four Seasons Hotel, Seattle or via Webcast

5.25 Law & Legal Credits ? 0.5 Ethics Credits

8:50-9:00 Welcome & Opening
Seminar Chairs - Mallory Allen, Peterson Wampold Rosato Feldman Luna, Seattle
Andrew Ackley, Stritmatter Kessler Whelan Koehler Moore, Seattle

9:00-9:30 Case Plan: Strategy and Structure
Jenna Labourr, Washington Injury Lawyers, PLLC, Seattle

9:30-10:00 Representing Non-English Speaking Clients
Erica Buckley, Buckley & Associates, Seattle

10:00-10:30 E-Discovery, Black Boxes, Texts & Cell Phone Records
Andrew Ackley, Stritmatter Kessler Whelan Koehler Moore, Seattle &
Bryan Jorgensen, NW Casualty Claims Service

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-11:15 Reconstruction Diagrams and Video Animation:
Foundational Facts and Creating the Reconstruction
Meaghan Driscoll, Connelly Law, Tacoma

11:15-1:45 EXCLUDING EXPERT OPINIONS:
Liability: Reconstruction
Mallory Allen, Peterson Wampold Rosato Feldman Luna, Seattle

11:45-12:00 EXCLUDING EXPERT OPINIONS:
Damages: Wickizer
Andrew Ackley, Stritmatter Kessler Whelan Koehler Moore, Seattle

12:00-12:45 Lunch (boxed lunches included in tuition)

12:45-1:15 EXCLUDING EXPERT OPINIONS:
Damages: Tencer
Larry Kahn, Lawrence Law Group, P.S., Kirkland

1:15-1:45 Ethics in Dealing with Non-Party Witnesses:
Lay Witnesses, Treatment Providers, and Informal Discovery - RPC 4.1, 4.4
Kevin Coluccio, Coluccio Law, Seattle

1:45-2:15 Preparing for and Taking a 30(b)(6) Dep (Hiring, Training, Policies, Maintenance)
Lindsay Halm, Schroeter Goldmark & Bender, Seattle

2:15-2:30 Break

2:30-3:00 Medical Causation and Preexisting Injury
Nathan Roberts, Connelly Law, Tacoma

3:00-3:30 Pre-Trial Motions, Motions in Limine, and Motion in Trial
Heather Cover, Law Offices of James S. Rogers, Seattle

3:30-4:00 Discovery Abuses and Difficult Opposing Counsel: RPC 3.4 and Burnett Factors
Judge Shelly Speir, Pierce County Superior Court

Presenters
Andrew Ackley
Andrew Ackley is an attorney at Stritmatter Kessler Koehler Moore’s Seattle office. His practice focuses on products liability and wrongful death. Andrew was second-chair counsel for 43 plaintiffs in the recent four-month Ride the Ducks trial. Andrew...More
Mallory Allen
Mallory grew up in Bellingham, Washington and attended the University of Washington for her undergraduate degree. After graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, Mallory attended the UW School of Law where she sat on the Moot Court Honor Board,...More
Erica Buckley
Erica Buckley is CEO of Buckley & Associates, located in Seattle’s International District and in Tacoma. She represents people from all backgrounds who have been injured and need help achieving fair results. Her practice is entirely personal injury...More
Kevin Coluccio
Kevin Coluccio formed Coluccio Law in January 2014 after being a founding member of Stritmatter Kessler Whelan Coluccio since 1997. For nearly 30 years, Kevin has exclusively represented clients in injury and wrongful death claims.

Kevin...More

Heather Cover
Heather is a litigation attorney at the Law Offices of James S. Rogers. A substantial portion of her practice is devoted to holding manufacturers liable for defective products placed into the market. Heather has over 13 years of litigation experience...More
Meaghan Driscoll
Meaghan Driscoll’s practice focuses on a broad range of civil litigation, including cases involving employment discrimination, civil rights, and complex personal injuries. Meaghan holds her B.A. from Seattle University, and received her J.D. from...More
Lindsay Halm
Lindsay Halm is a shareholder at Schroeter Goldmark and Bender where she focuses her practice on ending discrimination and illegal pay practices in the workplace. She seeks justice on behalf of individuals, as well as for entire classes of workers....More
Bryan V. Jorgensen
Mr. Jorgensen graduated from WSU in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science in general physics. He began full time work as a forensic consultant with Northwest Casualty Claims Service in 1993 working with Lee Phelps and Dick Cole. Mr. Jorgensen has performed...More
Lawrence Kahn
Larry Kahn was born in Newark, New Jersey, started college at Rutgers University and after escaping New Jersey, finished at the University of Oregon. He attended Southwestern University School of law in Los Angeles and practiced there from 1986...More
Jenna Labourr
Jenna M. Labourr is a native Seattleite, born at Virginia Mason Hospital on Capitol Hill. She attended King’s High School and Pacific Lutheran University where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts. During college, Jenna developed a passion for advocacy...More
Nathan P. Roberts
Nate Roberts is a trial lawyer who represents real, everyday people as they work to hold corporations and government accountable. His primary focus is on the litigation and trial of complex personal injury and wrongful death claims. Over the course...More
Judge Shelley K. Speir
Judge Speir was in private practice for 19 years before being elected to the Pierce County Superior Court in 2016. She is currently the Chair of the Judicial Education/Cultural Competence Committee, and in July 2019 will become the Chair of the Civil...More

Originally Published

December 13, 2018


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Case Plan: Strategy and Structure
  • Representing Non-English Speaking Clients
  • E-Discovery, Black Boxes, Texts & Cell Phone Records
  • Reconstruction Diagrams and Video Animation: Foundational Facts and Creating the Reconstruction
  • EXCLUDING EXPERT OPINIONS: Liability: Reconstruction
  • EXCLUDING EXPERT OPINIONS: Damages: Wickizer
  • EXCLUDING EXPERT OPINIONS: Damages: Tencer
  • Ethics in Dealing with Non-Party Witnesses: Lay Witnesses, Treatment Providers, and Informal Discovery - RPC 4.1, 4.4
  • Preparing for and Taking a 30(b)(6) Dep (Hiring, Training, Policies, Maintenance)
  • Medical Causation and Preexisting Injury
  • Pre-Trial Motions, Motions in Limine, and Motion in Trial
  • Discovery Abuses and Difficult Opposing Counsel: RPC 3.4 and Burnett Factors
  • Seminar Materials

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