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Trial Preparation: From the Close of Discovery to the Moment You Arrive in Court - On-Demand
Webinar now available On-Demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Join this one-hour webinar to ensure you’re fully prepared to handle all aspects of your next trial.
Trial preparation is vital, but effective preparation is imperative. To hone your litigation skills, you need to do more than prepare. This webinar will cover important foundational issues so that you can be confident that you are fully embracing all favorable pretrial motions and evidence rules.
Take one hour to help make sure you are preparing in the most effective way and cover all your bases before your next trial! The presentation will provide a broad overview of the procedural issues and protocol leading up to the first day of trial. It will touch on the following topics:
- Framing and limiting the issues to be tried
- Pretrial disclosures (exhibit and witness lists)
- Motions in Limine
- Objections to proposed exhibits or witnesses
- Jury instructions
- Organization for the first day of trial
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Trial Preparation: From the Close of Discovery to the Moment You Arrive in Court — is just $99.
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About Your Presenters:
Weathers P. Bolt is an associate at Starnes Davis Florie, in their Mobile office. His practice is devoted to general civil litigation with a focus in the areas of complex insurance and commercial transactions litigation. Mr. Bolt also handles matters involving financial services, bad faith, physician malpractice, nursing home malpractice, products liability, and personal injury claims. He has tried jury and bench trials to a verdict and has experience compelling and defending claims in arbitration. Mr. Bolt has also defended several actions brought by governmental agencies, helping to resolve them through both settlement and trial. He received his B.A. degree in economics from Emory University and his J.D. degree at the University of Alabama School of Law.