On Thursday, February 16, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute will examine recent developments in civil litigation.
The update begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m. at the Wanamaker building in central Philadelphia.
For a quarter of a century, civil litigation attorneys throughout Pennsylvania have relied on this program to learn of the hottest new cases and considerations affecting the practice of civil litigation. Remaining up to the minute has become increasingly important in today’s legal field. What was the tried and true approach one day may be considered archaic the next.
Join Peter J. Hoffman, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC, as he leads a faculty of highly respected panelists in a full-day presentation of case decisions shaping the civil litigation landscape.
Spirited discussion and analysis of the most important decisions from both Pennsylvania and the federal courts highlight a day full of knowledge and humor. Combining topics in motor vehicle law, products liability recent legislation and cases in professional malpractice, developments in Pennsylvania civil procedure, practical evidence and ethical issues in a litigation practice, the day will move quickly in an informal style.
To register for this program visit www.pbi.org.