From Interviewing to Investigating-Evaluating Your Case (RENO)




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From Interviewing to Investigating-Evaluating Your Case (RENO)

Part of the Richard A. Harris Series of Continuing Legal Education

Does your case make sense?

As with any case, the story begins and ends with the plaintiff, your client. As counsel, you’ll need to thoroughly interview and investigate to evaluate your client’s credibility. 


This seminar will cover the following:

  • Heads up-does the case make sense?
  • Do your homework
  • Is your witness or client fragile?
  • Spot weaknesses in your case
  • Gathering information
  • How to hire good experts
  • Preservation of evidence
  • Ethical considerations:
  • Don’t become a witness in your own case
  • Improper communications with represented parties

Plaintiff Lawyers Only

Presented by: John Samberg, Esq.

John Samberg, Esq. is a partner based in the Reno office of Wolf, Rifkin, Shapiro, Schulman & Rabkin, LLP. In over thirty years of civil practice, Mr. Samberg has handled a broad variety of matters, including commercial, construction, and bankruptcy litigation, real estate disputes, creditor’s rights, and major injury/wrongful death cases in State, Federal and Bankruptcy Courts across the country. Before entering the practice of law, Mr. Samberg worked as a private detective.

Available via streaming

Location

Second Judicial District Court - Jury Assembly Room

Second Judicial District Court

Jury Assembly Room

75 Court Street ● Reno

 


Cancellation Policy

Refunds are granted 48 hours prior to event. No show, no refund.