42 Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs ATLA Education Saturday, July 3 9:45 am Technology on the Go: Effective Presentations at Motion Hearings and Mediations Programs John D. Wood, TN 10:15 am Struggle to Juggle: Using Technology as a Working Lawyer with Kids The following programs are available for Laura E.G. Tamez, TX CLE credit. CLE forms and worksheets are 10:45 am Quick and Easy Document Imaging and Retrieval located in the pocket of this program book. If John A. McLeish, Canada you have questions regarding these programs, please visit the ATLA Education booth 11:15 am Adjourn located in Hall D—Hynes Convention Center. Insurance Law Section Constitution Ballroom B, 2nd Floor [S] Saturday, July 3 Chair and moderator: George G. Mahfood, FL Theme: Hot Topics and Recent Developments Advocacy Track Grand Ballroom Salon E, 4th Floor [M] 8:30 am Opening Remarks/Elections Theme: Voir Dire—First Impressions Always Last 8:45 am Disaster and Business Interruption Coverages Moderator: Nicole Schultheis, MD Richard P. Lewis, NY 9:30 am Long-Term Care Insurance 1:45 pm Opening Remarks Frank N. Darras, CA 2:00 pm Improving the Jury Using Juror Questionnaires 10:15 am HMOs/Medical Negligence: Jeffrey A. Breit, VA Overcoming ERISA and Getting to the Jury 2:45 pm Demonstration: Voir Dire That Works Alice J. Wolfson, CA R. Ben Hogan, III, AL 11:00 am Insurance Issues Facing the Elderly and 3:15 pm Challenges for Cause: Exposing Bias Possible Legislative Remedies Frank Costilla, Jr., TX Hon. Linda J. Melconian, State Senator, Hon. Netti C. Vogel, Associate Justice, Massachusetts Rhode Island Superior Court 11:45 am Lunch 4:15 pm The Cutting-Edge Science of Jury Selection 2:00 pm Disability Insurance Richard W. Gabriel, CA (trial consultant) John P. Murray, FL Frederick Schenk, CA 2:45 pm Defeating Arbitration Clauses 5:00 pm Adjourn Jeffrey M. Liggio, FL 3:30 pm Property and Casualty Insurance: Claims and Cancellation Problems Communications, Computers, and James C. Plummer, TX Law Office Technology Committee Constitution Ballroom A, 2nd Floor [S] 4:15 pm Life and Annuity Policies Joseph N. Kravec, Jr., PA Chair: Donald H. Slavik, WI Moderator: TBD 5:00 pm Adjourn Theme: Productivity and Portability 8:30 am Opening Remarks Law Student Program 8:45 am Using Technology to Sharpen Your Message Presented by the Law Schools Committee Without Losing Your Mind Liberty Rooms A-C, 2nd Floor [S] Bruce L. Braley, IA Chair: Philip F. Maher, IL 9:15 am Portable Automated Litigation Support Moderator: Althea T. Kippes, CA George Bellas, IL Theme: From Law Student to Lawyer: Strategies for Success 1:30 pm Opening Remarks * Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs 43 Saturday, July 3 1:45 pm Why I Became a Trial Lawyer Mary E. Alexander, CA Roxanne Barton Conlin, IA 2:30 pm What Makes a Good Case: Insights and Advice from a Top Trial Lawyer John F. Romano, FL MAKE A SOUND 3:00 pm 3:30 pm Break Tips for the Brand New Lawyer: Practical Advice INVESTMENT IN YOUR on Starting a Successful Legal Career G. Courtney French, AL 4:00 pm Winning the Case Through Pleadings CONTINUING LEGAL and Discovery Michael E. Withey, WA 4:30 pm What Hiring Partners Want: EDUCATION Interviews and Résumés William S. Friedlander, NY 5:00 pm Adjourn ATLA Education is recording most Minority Caucus continuing legal education programs in Constitution Ballroom A, 2nd Floor [S] their entirety. These high-quality recordings Chair: Wilbur O. Colom, MS are ideal for extended study in your office, Moderator: J. Franklin Long, WV home, or when traveling—and may Theme: Mass Torts in 90 Minutes be accepted for MCLE in your state. 1:45 pm Opening Remarks Selected programs will also be available on 2:00 pm Hunting and Gathering videocassette and video CD. Identifying the cases Selecting the right lead plaintiff Maintaining the database Wilbur O. Colom, MS Receive an MP3 CD Free 2:20 pm Upper Hand from the Start with a Purchase of Any Complaints and venue Hunter W. Lundy, MS Audio or Video Package! 2:40 pm The Experts You Need and Costs Insurance You may purchase convention tracks Consumer fraud on audiocassette, CD, or MP3 W. Eason Mitchell, AL from Playback Now at the Chemical exposure Hunter W. Lundy, MS ATLA Education Audio & Video Desk 3:10 pm Settlement Structures Hall D—Hynes Convention Center. Fernandez Anderson, GA 3:30 pm Adjourn * 44 Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs Saturday, July 3 – Sunday, July 4 Stalwarts/Hall of Fame Committee 3:30 pm How to Avoid Being a Target of a State Bar Grand Ballroom Salon F, 4th Floor [M] Complaint and Malpractice Action: Ethical Considerations Chair and morning moderator: Leonard A. Orman, MD Herman J. Russomanno, FL Theme: The Best of the Best—Distinguished Trial Lawyers 3:45 pm Trying Your Case with a Theme Grid: Reveal the Most Effective Concept or Technique They Use in No Case Is Too Complex to Teach the Jury Trial or in Preparation for Trial Michael R. Hugo, MA 8:30 am Opening Remarks 4:00 pm Closing Argument: Finding Relevant Themes 8:45 am Use of Focus Groups in Trial Preparation and Appropriate Heros James R. Ronca, PA Jules B. Olsman, MI 9:00 am Road Map to Victory: 4:15 pm Rebuttal of Closing Case Diagram and Trial Notebook Les Weisbrod, TX H.J.A. Alexander, GA 4:30 pm Adjourn 9:15 am Depositions—Making Their Expert Your Expert (or How to Make Your Case in Depos) Richard A. Bieder, CT Workers’ Compensation and Workplace Injury 9:30 am Developing the Effective Use of Audiovisual Section and Workplace Injury Litigation Group Depositions and the “Smoking Gun” Simmons Room, 3rd Floor [M] Neil Sugarman, MA Section chair and moderator: Deborah G. Kohl, MA 9:45 am Connecting with Your Expert Witnesses Litigation Group chair: John B. Boyd, MO Robert K. Jenner, MD Theme: Scientific Evidence, Daubert, and Its Effect in 10:00 am Computer-Animated Accident Reconstruction Workers’ Compensation Practice John K. Powers, NY 8:30 am Opening Remarks/Section Elections 10:15 am Trial Triangle—Preparing for Trial 8:45 am Pain—Is It Real? The Hows, Whys, and Whats Gregory S. Cusimano, AL Allison Gorski, M.D., MA 10:30 am Voir Dire in the Connective Tissue Case 9:30 am Neuropsychological Testing in Head Injury David R. Bossart, ND Cases—How Is It Done and What Does It 10:45 am Proving Catastrophic Damages/Injuries Mean/Neuropsychiatric Approach to Traumatic Mark S. Mandell, RI Brain Injury Evaluation Sheldon Benjamin, M.D., MA 11:00 am Learning Lessons in Advocacy from Great Moments in the Movies—Three Key Lessons 10:15 am Mold in the Workplace—What the Workers’ John F. Romano, FL Comp Practitioner Needs to Know Frederick J. Jekel, SC 11:15 am Making the Insurance DME Your Expert in a MIST Case Using a “Ben Franklin Balance Sheet” 11:00 am Overview of the Court’s Perspective on Scientific Francis Patrick Murphy, IL Evidence in Workers’ Comp Cases Following Daubert and State Decisions 11:30 am The 15 Commandments of Cross-Examination Hon. Susan Maze-Rothstein, MA Roxanne Barton Conlin, IA 11:45 am Adjourn 11:45 am Lunch Moderator: Sheldon L. Miller, MI 2:15 pm Storyboards in Opening and Closing Sunday, July 4 Maury A. Herman, LA Advocacy Track 2:30 pm When the Plaintiff Cannot Testify in Words Grand Ballroom Salon E, 4th Floor [M] Linda Miller Atkinson, MI - Theme: Juror Bias—\bi - s\ (n) a personal e 3:00 pm Inoculating the Defense and sometimes unreasoned judgment William P. Lightfoot, DC Moderator: Jacob G. Vigil, NM 3:15 pm Human Factors Issues in Premises Liability Cases 8:45 am Opening Remarks Leo V. Boyle, MA * Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs 45 Sunday, July 4 9:00 am OJB 101-Getting to Fair and Impartial Justice Inadequate Security Litigation Group Mark S. Mandell, RI Wellesley Room, 3rd Floor [M] 9:45 am Using Focus Groups to Overcome Juror Bias Chairs: Amanda Farahany, GA, Carrie Frank, CO and John Elliott Leighton, FL 10:30 am Panel: New Frontiers in OJB Moderator: Jeff Feinman, PA The next step and where do we go 8:45 am Opening Remarks from here? Gregory S. Cusimano, AL 9:00 am Beating the Daubert Challenge James B. Lees, Jr., WV Norman D. Bates, MA David A. Wenner, AZ Jeffrey K. Peraldo, NC Noon Adjourn 9:45 am Screening, Selecting, and Investigating Inadequate Security Cases: What to Look for Before Taking a Case John Elliott Leighton, FL Complex Regional Pain Syndrome/Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) Litigation Group 10:30 am Crime on Campus: Colleges, Universities, Suffolk Room, 3rd Floor [M] and Schools Amanda Farahany, GA Chair: Mary Alice McLarty, TX Moderator: Stanley J. Marks, AZ 11:15 am Liability of Banks, Security Providers, and Financial Institutions Theme: Teaching a Jury About CRPS/RSD Raymond O. Bodiford, FL 8:45 am Opening Remarks Noon Adjourn 9:00 am Medical Aspects of RSD Donald Stevens, M.D., MA 9:40 am Panel: Debunking Their Expert and Maximizing Litigation at Sunrise Your Damages Cosponsored by Howard Richman, Goldsmith Richman Steven E. Goren, MI & Harz, LLP; Barry Hill, Hill Toriseva & Williams Mary Alice McLarty, TX PLLC; Robert Jenner, Janet & Jenner, LLC; Jeffrey Daniel Rodriguez, CA Manheimer & Scott Charnas, Manheimer & Charnas, R. Steven Shisler, PA LLP; and Michael Hugo, Lopez Hodes Resataino Milman & Skikos, LC 10:30 am Adjourn Grand Ballroom Salon E, 4th Floor [M] Moderator: Donald H. Slavik, WI Federal Tort and Military Advocacy Section Simmons Room, 3rd Floor [M] 6:30 am Opening Remarks 6:35 am The Art of Depositions in Personal Injury Cases: Chair and moderator: How and When to Make Objections and Michael E.J. Archuleta, M.D., J.D., TX Preserve Privileges Theme: The FTCA Case: Pleading, Litigating, and Collecting Maureen Martinez-Schwab, FL 8:45 am Opening Remarks/Elections 6:45 am Bringing a Gun Shot Case—Pitfalls and Insurance 9:00 am Newborns of Active-Duty Mothers: What Is Their Jason McCoy, CT Status? Feres Barred or Not? 6:55 am Section 8 Housing Requirements: Laurie Higginbotham, TX A Minimum Standard of Care 9:45 am The Judgment Fund and the Department of Joseph P. Shannon, IL Justice—Taming the Beasts or Just Checking Off 7:05 am Using the Internet to Prepare Medical Witnesses the Boxes? Anthony M. Sellitto, NJ Prof. Jeffrey Axelrad, MD 7:15 am Guidant Ancure Stent Litigation 10:30 am Adjourn Mary J. Williams, WV 7:25 am Federal False Claims Act—Qui Tam Cases Brian Wojtalewicz, MN * 46 Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs Sunday, July 4 7:35 am How to Diffuse the Testimony of the Part I: Clinical Oversight “Independent” Medical Examiner and Other 9:00 am “The DON”—How to Discover and Interpret the Resources at the ATLA Exchange Critical Documents Jeffrey M. Padwa, RI Staffing Regional Nurse 7:45 am Keeping Your Client in Court... QI reports and charting Michael J. Quirk, DC Interdepartment communication 7:55 am Revisiting Electronic Communications and committees and Lawyer’s Duty of Maintaining Maria L. Rubio, FL Client Confidences 9:45 am “The Medical Director” Karen E. Read, OR The contract 8:05 am Crash Course in Crashworthiness Job description David P. Angueira, MA Regulatory responsibilities Committees 8:15 am Causes of Action and Recisionary Damages QI reports in Securities Analyst Conflict Claims Martin J. Solomon, AZ Michael Brady Lynch, FL 8:30 am Adjourn Part II: Financial Oversight 10:30 am Understanding the Organizational Structure Nursing Home Litigation Group Tension between clinical and financial Grand Ballroom Salon F, 4th Floor [M] Unions Chair and moderator: Mark R. Kosieradzki, MN Governance board Regional director Theme: Clinical and Financial Oversight of Nursing Home Care Administrator 8:45 am Opening Remarks Contracts with management companies Understanding the subsidiaries David A. 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C L I F F O R D Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs 47 Sunday, July 4 – Monday, July 5 11:15 am Getting to the Bottom of Nursing Home Finances Financial management and Monday, July 5 reporting documents Admiralty Law Section Financial statements Medicare cost reports, state cost reports, Suffolk Room, 3rd Floor [M] SEC reports Chair: C. Arthur “Brother” Rutter, III, VA David A. Paul, FL Moderator: John W. deGravelles, LA Noon Adjourn Theme: Maritime Law in a Changing World 8:30 am Opening Remarks/Elections Paralegal Advisory Task Force 8:45 am The Exxon Valdez Disaster: Implications for Simmons Room, 3rd Floor [M] Maritime Punitive Damages David C. Tarshes, WA Chair and Moderator: Dennyce Korb, SD 9:20 am Forum Non Conveniens Theme: The Paralegal’s Role in Discovery Stevan C. Dittman, LA 11:00 am Opening Remarks 9:55 am Maritime Damages: A Practical View Denise E. Vaughan, FL 11:15 am Using the ATLA Exchange for Case Preparation and Legal Research 10:30 am City of New York Ferry Disaster Jerome F. O’Neill, VT Paul S. Edelman, NY 11:45 am How to Make the Black Box Work for You 11:05 am Issues in Maritime Personal Injury Damages Donald H. Slavik, WI Charles M. Davis, WA 12:15 pm The Never Ending Nightmare of HIPPA Releases 11:40 am Adjourn David Lebron McGuffey, TN 12:45 pm Adjourn Advocacy Track Grand Ballroom Salon E, 4th Floor [M] Vioxx (Cox—2 Inhibitors Arthritis Drugs also Includes Celebrex) Litigation Group Theme: Discovery: Overcoming Obstacles in Getting to the Truth Suffolk Room, 3rd Floor [M] Moderator: John Elliott Leighton, FL Chair: David F. Miceli, AL and Shelly A. Sanford, TX 8:45 am Opening Remarks Moderator: Shelly A. Sanford, TX 9:00 am Developing a Discovery Plan Theme: Vioxx Litigation David Wm. Boone, GA 11:00 am Opening Remarks 9:30 am Identifying and Structuring the Questions for a 11:15 am The Pathology of Vioxx-Related Deaths Defense Witness Deposition Joye Carter, M.D., TX Robert Mongeluzzi, PA Noon Panel: Status of Litigation and Discovery Update 10:00 am Ethical Issues That Arise in Discovery David R. Buchanan, NJ (This topic is under consideration for ethics credit.) David Jacoby, NJ Depositions David F. Miceli, AL Valerie A. Yarashus, MA Other discovery 12:30 pm Questions and Answers Gerson Smoger, J.D., Ph.D., TX 12:45 pm Adjourn 11:00 am Managing Electronic Discovery Michael J. Ryan, FL 11:35 am Lunch Moderator: Isaac K. Byrd, Jr., MS 2:00 pm Effective Use of Videotape Depositions in Settlement and at Trial Paulette Chapman, DC William P. Lightfoot, DC * 48 Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs Monday, July 5 2:45 pm How Discovery Techniques Can Aid in 10:00 am Maximizing the Recovery of Settlement and in Proving Damages Emotional Distress Damages Julie Braman Kane, FL Wylie A. Aitken, CA 3:20 pm Responding to the Discovery Request— 10:30 am How Not to Ruin a Bad Faith Case Answering Difficult Questions Charles J. Surrano, III, AZ George V. Choulos, CA 11:00 am How the Defense Makes Plaintiff Attorney’s 3:55 pm Lessons Learned from the Conduct an Issue in Bad Faith Cases Birmingham Church Bombing Case James C. Plummer, TX G. Douglas Jones, AL 11:30 am Adjourn 5:00 pm Adjourn Business Torts Section Suffolk Room, 3rd Floor [M] Attorneys Information Exchange Group (AIEG) Independence Ballroom, 2nd Floor [S] Chair and moderator: Arthur N. Bailey, NY Theme: Cutting-Edge Document Discovery and Future Chair: Susan E. Lister, MI Business Litigation Concepts Moderator: James A. Lowe, OH 2:00 pm Opening Remarks/Elections 8:30 am Opening Remarks 2:15 pm How to Discover E-Mail and Computer Data 8:45 am Combating the Freak Accident and After It Has Been Purged Heck-of-a-Wreck Defenses Joan E. Feldman, WA Mary K. Fleck, WA 3:10 pm Representing Public Entities in Fraudulent 9:15 am Recognizing and Preserving Auto Product Contracting Cases Defect Claims Joseph W. Cotchett, CA Jeffrey P. Foote, OR 4:05 pm Class Action Practice With or Without 9:45 am Product Liability Issues Involving On-Road Congressional Changes and Off-Road Motorcycles Lisa Mezzetti, DC Martin J. Healy, Jr., IL 5:00 pm Adjourn 10:15 am Trucks, Trucks, and Only Trucks: Investigating Tractor-Trailer Accidents Steven M. Schorr, P.E., PA Civil Rights Section 10:45 am F-150 Pickup Trucks Liberty Rooms A-C, 2nd Floor [S] “Suicide Doors” Jeff Wigington, TX Chair: Edward G. Kramer, OH Moderator: Andrew M. Fischer, MA Door latch defects Jaime A. Gonzales, Jr., TX 8:00 am Opening Remarks/Elections 11:45 am Adjourn 8:15 am Supreme Court Review Ralph Boyd, VA 8:55 am Perspective from the Bench: How Civil Rights Bad Faith Insurance Litigation Group Issues Are Viewed by the Court—What Works Constitution Ballroom A, 2nd Floor [S] and What Doesn't Hon. Holly B. Fitzsimmons, U.S.M.J., Chair and moderator: Richard Langerman, AZ U.S. District Court, CT Theme: Important Issues in Bad Faith Cases 9:50 am Panel: Prisoners Rights 8:30 am Opening Remarks The pitfalls of the PLRA and representing prisoners 8:45 am How Are The Appellate Courts Applying Peter J. Costanza, MA Campbell v. State Farm to Punitive Damage Awards Prison wrongful death cases Stuart Esner, CA Antonio Ponvert, III, CT 9:30 am Daubert and Other Challenges to Bringing prisoners rights claims through Bad Faith Experts the Americans with Disabilities Act Alice J. Wolfson, CA Kenneth V. Kurnos, MA * Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs 49 Monday, July 5 10:50 am Predatory Lending Family Law Section Stuart T. Rossman, National Consumer Liberty Rooms A-C, 2nd Floor [S] Law Center, MA Chair: Charles R. “Rusty” Webb, WV 11:45 am Adjourn Moderator: Sarah L. Shena, CA Theme: Current Issues in Family Law Practice Construction Defects—Property Damages 4:00 pm Opening Remarks/Elections Litigation Group 4:15 pm Relieving Stress in Your Family Law Practice Wellesley Room, 3rd Floor [M] Charles R. “Rusty” Webb, WV Chairs: Fred W. DeVore, III, NC, and Gary W. Jackson, NC 4:45 pm Practical Tips to the Family Law Practitioner Moderator: Stephen W. Mullins, MS from a Family Court Judge Theme: Beyond the Basics: Construction Defects Litigation Hon. Mike Kelly, Eleventh Family Court Circuit, WV 8:30 am Opening Remarks 5:15 pm Forensic Psychology in Claims of Child 8:45 am The Future of Mold Litigation Sexual Abuse Kimberly R. Wilson, NC Chester Fairlie, CT 9:15 am How to Successfully Pursue a Class Action 5:45 pm Adjourn Involving Construction Defects Gary E. Mason, DC 9:45 am Insurance Coverage Issues for Health Care and Disability Litigation Group Construction Defect Claims Republic Ballroom A, 2nd Floor [S] Edward Eshoo, Jr., IL Chair: Robert Armand Perez, Sr., OH 10:15 am Common Problem Products and Moderator: John J. Spiegel, FL Construction Defects Paul L. Kelley, P.E., MA Theme: Handling ERISA’s Impact on Health Care and Disability Benefits Claims 10:45 am Future of EIFS Litigation and Construction Defect Litigation 1:45 pm Opening Remarks Richard A. Capshaw, TX 2:00 pm Strategies for Winning at the Claims Level 11:15 am Adjourn and for Developing the Possible Record Mala Rafik, MA 2:30 pm The Scope of the ERISA Record Expert Witness Admissibility (Daubert) Carrie Feit, FL Litigation Group 3:00 pm What Insurance Laws Are Not Preempted Liberty Rooms A-C, 2nd Floor [S] by ERISA Mark D. DeBofsky, IL Chair and moderator: Anthony Z. Roisman, VT 3:30 pm Adjourn Theme: Taming the Daubert Tiger 1:45 pm Opening Remarks 2:00 pm How to Brush Your Teeth: Laser Eye Surgery Malpractice Litigation Group Surviving Analysis Under Daubert Republic Ballroom A, 2nd Floor [S] Alan Cantor, PA Ned Miltenberg, DC Chair and moderator: Gregory K. Zeuthen, OR 3:00 pm Face Your Tiger-Return to Mountain: Theme: Current Refractive Surgery Malpractice Issues Defeating Daubert 4:00 pm Opening Remarks Leslie J. Bryan, GA 4:15 pm Corneal Transplant Following LASIK Surgery 3:30 pm Adjourn Donna Miller Rostant, VA 4:45 pm Medical Device Litigation as It Relates to LASIK and Refractive Surgery Carolyn N. Merchant, NM * 50 Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs Monday, July 5 5:15 pm Assessing the Preoperative Assessments: 7:05 am Brief History of Crown Standup Forklift Litigation The Key to a Successful LASIK Case J. Brent Austin, KY B. Kent Buckingham, J.D., O.D., TX 7:15 am The Soul of Foot Malpractice Claims 5:45 pm Adjourn Jay Grife, FL 7:25 am Presenting Damages in a Burn Injury Case Eunice Trevor, PA Lawyers Marketing Committee 7:35 am Wheelchair Passengers and Accidents in Hotel Independence Ballroom, 2nd Floor [S] Courtesy Vans and Shuttles Chair: Michael A. DeMayo, NC, and Douglas W. Landau, VA Roger Greenberg, MD 7:45 am Fighting Protective Orders on Corporate Moderator: Michael A. DeMayo, NC Documents and Testimony Theme: Restoring Esteem to the Legal Profession-Power Leslie W. O'Leary, OR of Attorney 7:55 am Toxic Mold in Automobiles 2:00 pm Opening Remarks Kimberly Wilson, NC 2:15 pm Attracting Perfect Clients 8:05 am Fraternity Litigation: A Basic Primer on the Donna Boris, CA Status of Violence, Injury, Death, Alcohol Misuse, and Litigation Involving the Fraternity Industry 3:00 pm Succeeding at the Practice of Law from the Douglas E. Fierberg, DC Inside Out Lawrence D. Levin, PA 8:15 am Using Self-Serving Corporate Documents Against the Corporation 3:45 pm Twenty-First Century Breakthrough Christopher L. Brinkley, WV Marketing for Lawyers Tom St. Louis, Canada 8:30 am Adjourn 4:30 pm Customer Service Oriented Law Practice Samy Chong, Canada Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway, and Premises 5:15 pm Adjourn Liability Section Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor [S] Litigation at Sunrise Chair: Karen K. Koehler, WA Moderators: Karen K. Koehler, WA, and Cosponsored by Howard Richman, Goldsmith Richman James S. Rogers, WA & Harz, LLP; Barry Hill, Hill Toriseva & Williams; Robert Jenner, Janet & Jenner, LLC; Jeffrey Theme: Demonstrating State of the Art Motor Vehicle Manheimer & Scott Charnas, Manheimer & Charnas, Collision Trial Techniques LLP; and Michael Hugo, Lopez Hodes Resataino 8:30 am Opening Remarks/Elections Milman & Skikos 8:45 am Building a Winning Damages Case Grand Ballroom Salon E, 4th Floor [M] David Ball, Ph.D., NC Moderator: Michelle A. Parfitt, DC 9:45 am Voir Dire: How to Talk About What We Most Fear to Hear 6:30 am Opening Remarks Christine Spagnoli, CA 6:35 am Paxil and Other SSRI Drugs: A Depressing Story 10:30 am Opening Statement with PowerPoint: Harris L. Pogust, NJ Show, Tell, Persuade 6:45 am Recommended Strategies for Investigation and Mark R. Kosieradzki, MN Litigation of Residential Fire Cases Caused by Thomas J. Vesper, NJ Electrical Products 11:00 am Plaintiff Direct Examination: Presenting a Roberto L. Ramirez, TX Likeable, Believable, and Compelling Witness 6:55 am Federal Torts Claims: A Practical Approach to Maria L. Rubio, FL the Procedural Aspects of a Federal Tort Claim 11:30 am Lunch Involving a Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Douglass F. Noland, MO 2:00 pm Calling the Defense Corporate Representative: (30(b)(6)) Unveiling the Wrongdoer James A. Lowe, OH * Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs 51 Monday, July 5 2:30 pm Reconstruction Animation in a Complex Commercial Truck or Bus Case Don’t Do Your Law Reporter Case Abstract Sets Antonio M. Romanucci, IL 3:00 pm Treating Doctor Direct Examination: Demonstrating and Establishing Case Research Injury Causation David B. Baum, CA in the Dark 3:45 pm Defense Doctor Cross-Examination Dorothy Clay Sims, FL Shed new light on your case research with ATLA’s Law Reporter Case Abstract Sets— 4:15 pm Closing Argument with PowerPoint: Providing Tools and Models to Enhance Jury Deliberation collections of verdicts, settlements, and Gary B. Pillersdorf, NY opinions from 1993 to the present detailing cases on a specific topic. 5:00 pm Adjourn Some topics include: • SUV and ATV Accidents (AS001) New Lawyers Division Grand Ballroom Salon F, 4th Floor [M] • Slip and Fall Accidents (AS003) • Defective Medical Devices (AS004) Chair and moderator: Vincent B. Browne, IL • Age Discrimination (AS005) Theme: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Justice: Valuable Tools for the New Lawyer • Skiing Accidents (AS013) 8:30 am Opening Remarks • Manufacturers’ and Premises Owners’ Liability for Swimming and 8:45 am Opening Your Office and Marketing Diving Accidents (AS014) Your Practice Robin Brewer, CA • Seat Belts and Air Bags (AS031) • Premises Liability: Hotels and Motels 9:25 am Preparing Your Experts (AS032) Stanley D. Helinski, MA • Negligent Highway Design and 10:05 am Medical Depositions Maintenance (AS040) Kenneth S. Spiegelman, FL • Insurer Bad Faith: Failure to Pay 10:45 am Identifying the Traumatic Brain Injury: Benefits/Defend (AS041) Proof of the Invisible • Recreational Boating Liability (AS053) Douglas K. Sheff, MA • Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer 11:30 am Lunch (AS064) 2:00 pm The Value of the Trial Notebook • Blood Bank and Blood Product Thomas J. Vesper, NJ Manufacturer Liability (AS070) 2:40 pm Evidentiary Use of Codes, Standards, • Nursing Home Liability: and Regulations Negligent Patient Care (AS077) Anthony Tarricone, MA • Manufacturer Liability for Defective 3:20 pm The Art of Voir Dire Forklifts (AS081) Lisa A. Blue, J.D., Ph.D., TX Visit www.exchange.atla.org for these 4:00 pm Look, Listen, and Learn: and many other case preparation resources The Keys to Your Success available from the ATLA Exchange. James W. Vititoe, CA Or call the Exchange at 800-344-3023 or 4:40 pm Avoiding Common Trial Pitfalls 202-965-3500, ext. 615. George G. Mahfood, FL For security purposes, the ATLA Exchange and its products and services are available only to ATLA 5:20 pm Adjourn plaintiff lawyers who are representing the plaintiff in a civil case, or a defendant in a criminal case. L114 1MMA * 52 Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs Monday, July 5 Social Security Disability Law Section Republic Ballroom B, 2nd Floor [S] Chair and moderator: Elliott Andalman, MD Theme: Improving and Broadening Your Skills 2:00 pm Opening Remarks/Elections 2:15 pm Panel: Preparing and Presenting Your Case before the Administrative Law Judge Robert Gutierrez, FL Douglas W. Landau, VA Hon. Bruce Segal (Retired), MD 3:15 pm Legal Issues Related to Your Social Security Railroad Law Section and Railroad/Highway Cases: Know The Answers: Unemployment, Crossing and Derailment Litigation Group COBRA, Medicare, and the Set Aside Grand Ballroom Salon G, 4th Floor [M] David R. Bryant, IL Litigation Group chair: Pamela R. O’Dwyer, TN 3:35 pm Impairment and Disability Evaluations: Section chair and moderator: Robert A. Schuetze, CO Controversies, Conundrums, and Caveats Theme: Anatomy of a Train/Semi Tractor-Trailer Nathan Zasler, M.D., VA Collision Case 4:15 pm Panel: The Interplay of 8:30 am Opening Remarks/Section Elections Disability Benefit Programs Scott B. Elkind, MD 8:45 am Setting the Stage: Description of the Facts, Christopher Latham, NY Issues, and Parties Susan M. O’Malley, NC Robert A. Schuetze, CO Lisa Tumminelli, NY 9:00 am An Overview of a Railroad Crossing Case 5:15 pm Adjourn Dale Haralson, AZ 9:45 am Representing the Train Crew Against the Railroad and the Trucking Company Women Trial Lawyers Caucus Michael Jay Leizerman, OH Simmons Room, 3rd Floor [M] 10:30 am Claims Against the State and Local Chair and moderator: Kristen A. Brinster, MD Governments—Joint Responsibility Sharon L. Van Dyck, MN Theme: Who’s Listening to the Women? What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Women’s Health 11:15 am Lunch 8:30 am Opening Remarks 2:00 pm Voir Dire and Juror Bias Considerations Melissa McMath Hatfield, AR 8:45 am Informed Consent—The Message We May Be All Missing: How to Plead, Persuade and Prevail in 2:30 pm Trial Considerations from Informed Consent Cases the Train Crew’s Perspective Emphasis on women’s issues: childbirth, Michael J. Warshauer, GA hormone replacement therapy, fertility 3:15 pm Trial Considerations from treatment, hysterectomies the Truck Driver’s Perspective Laura E.G. Tamez, TX John W. Chandler, TN 9:15 am Are We Missing the Big One? Heart Disease in 4:00 pm Latest and Greatest Law—FELA Cases Women: The Number One Killer Richard Shapiro, VA Susan A. Dennehy, NY 4:30 pm Adjourn Theme: Breast Health: It’s Everybody’s Business 9:45 am How Do They Work? The Anatomy and Physiology of the Breast S. Chace Lottich, M.D., F.A.C.S., IN * Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs 53 Monday, July 5 – Tuesday, July 6 10:15 am Can We Rebuild Them? Breast Destruction and Aviation Law Section Reconstruction: Issues in Breast Surgery Republic Ballroom A, 2nd Floor [S] Cancer surgery, breast reduction, breast reconstruction, cosmetic surgery Chair and moderator: Douglas A. Latto, NY Linda Miller Atkinson, MI Theme: Mass Tort Litigation 10:45 am What Are They Worth? The Emotional and 8:15 am Opening Remarks/Elections Psychological Impacts of Breast Deformity and Loss 8:30 am Panel: Aviation Insurance Mary Beth Ramey, IN James Healy-Pratt, England Sharon Holahan, NJ 11:15 am Adjourn 9:15 am WTC Litigation/Victim Compensation Fund Jeffrey J. Ellis, NY Brian J. Alexander, NY Tuesday, July 6 10:00 am Evaluating Damages in Complex Advocacy Track Mass Tort Litigation Grand Ballroom Salon E, 4th Floor [M] Andrew J. Harakas, NY Kevin P. Durkin, IL Theme: Storytelling: When Oral Advocacy Is More Than 10:45 am Use of Demonstrative Evidence in Complex Raising Your Voice Mass Tort Litigation Moderator: Douglas K. Sheff, MA Victor M. Diaz, Jr., FL 8:15 am Opening Remarks 11:30 am Adjourn 8:30 am Lecture and Demonstration: Storytelling David R. Bossart, ND Construction Site Accidents and 9:15 am Developing a Trial Theme Nail Gun Litigation Groups Charles A. Mathis, Jr., GA Republic Ballroom A, 2nd Floor [S] 10:00 am Using Exhibits to Carry Your Theme Construction Site Accidents Litigation Group chair: Richard A. Boren, RI Jeffrey A. Manheimer, NY 10:45 am How to Combat Defense Themes Nail Gun Litigation Group chair and moderator: Scott E. Charnas, MA John M. O’Quinn, TX Theme: Updating Construction and Nail Gun Liability Issues 11:30 am Lunch 2:15 pm Opening Remarks Theme: Trial Themes That Work 2:30 pm Nail Gun Litigation—How to Handle and Moderator: Frank Verderame, AZ What to Look For in Establishing Liability Scott E. Charnas, MA 2:15 pm Lecture and Demonstration: Medical Negligence 3:00 pm OSHA Safety Standards: Kathleen Flynn Peterson, MN How They Apply—An Update Michael D. Block, IL 3:00 pm Lecture and Demonstration: Auto Eva Marie Mancuso, RI 3:30 pm Emerging Trends in Construction Site Litigation 3:45 pm Lecture and Demonstration: Products Frank Herrera, Jr., TX Christine Spagnoli, CA 4:00 pm Adjourn 4:30 pm Lecture and Demonstration: Nursing Homes Jeff E. Rusk, TX 5:15 pm Adjourn * 54 Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs Tuesday, July 6 Employment Rights Section Organization and Time Republic Ballroom B, 2nd Floor [S] Management Techniques for Lawyers Grand Ballroom Salon E, 4th Floor [M] Chair: Richard T. Seymour, DC Theme: So Little Time, So Much Paper Moderator: Steven R. Pingel, CA Theme: Workplace Justice for All 6:30 am-8:00 am 8:15 am Opening Remarks/Elections Moderator: Jerome F. ONeill, VT Speaker: Meg Spencer Dixon, Esq. 8:30 am Employment Law Update Richard T. Seymour, DC This program teaches lawyers the principles of organization and time management, and how to apply them every 9:10 am The Impact of 9/11 on Employment Law: day to do more work in less time. During this intensive, The New Racial Bias: Arab-American fast-paced presentation, attendees will learn a multitude Discrimination Cases of ideas, techniques, and strategies for managing time, Ismael Ahmed, MI (ACCESS) paper, and projects. This solution-oriented session presents Adele Rapport, MI (EEOC) productivity-enhancing techniques that are practical and Noel J. Saleh, MI (ACLU) workable in the real world of too little time, too much 9:45 am The Impact of 9/11 on Employment Law: paper, demanding clients, and constant changes. Protecting Those Who Serve: Representing Topics include: Veterans Returning to the Workplace Heather Newsom Leonard, AL Planning and prioritizing-tracking and managing short-term and long-term tasks; 10:10 am Navigating the Ethical Labyrinth of Ex Parte Organizing-techniques for getting organized and Contact with Current Nonmanagerial managing the paper flow; Employees and Former Managerial Employees Time management throughout the day—effective (This topic is under consideration for ethics credit.) use of the telephone, voice mail, and e-mail, and Frederick M. Gittes, MA overcoming procrastination; Maintaining momentum-self-motivation, 10:40 am Reaching the Juror Through Voir Dire and Jury investing time to “sharpen the saw.” Instructions in an Employment Case Hon. Mark Bennett, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Iowa Products Liability Section Karen Jo Koonan, CA Grand Ballroom Salon F, 4th Floor [M] 11:30 am Lunch Chair: Christine Spagnoli, CA Theme: Getting Results in Age Discrimination Cases Theme: Practical Techniques for Products Liability 2:15 pm “Write Them Up and Get Them Out”: Age Moderator: Julie Braman Kane, FL Discrimination Through Forced Ranking System Laurie McCann, DC (AARP) 8:15 am Opening Remarks/Elections Michael L. Pitt, MI 8:30 am Techniques for Cross-Examining the 2:45 pm Direct and Cross of Plaintiff’s Economic Expert Defendant’s Statistical Expert in an Age Discrimination Claim Daniel Dell’Osso, AZ Expert: John F. Burke, Jr., Ph.D., OH 9:05 am Tire Defect Litigation Direct examination: Ann-Marie Ahern, OH Frank Herrera, Jr., TX Cross-examination: Anthony Rizzotti, MA 9:40 am Daubert—Protecting Your Expert 3:30 pm Demonstration of Closing Argument Robert M.N. Palmer, MO in an Age Case Mary Dryovage, CA 10:15 am Compliance with Government Regulations— New Challenges and Defenses 4:00 pm Panel: Novel Theories of Law that Have Carrie Frank, CO Resulted in Recovery for Clients Maureen Binetti, NJ 10:50 am The Effect of State Farm v. Campbell on Kathryn B. Dickson, CA Products Liability Cases Sharon J. Arkin, CA 4:45 pm Adjourn 11:25 am Lunch * Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs 55 Tuesday, July 6 Moderator: James S. Rogers, WA Section on Toxic, Environmental, and Pharmaceutical Torts (STEP) 2:15 pm Getting the Most Out of Electronic Discovery Grand Ballroom Salon G, 4th Floor [M] Bradley D. Kuhlman, MO 2:50 pm Using Technology at Trial Chair: Steve Baughman Jensen, TX Theodore J. Leopold, FL Moderator: Raphael Metzger, CA Theme: Coordination Issues in National Mass Tort Actions 3:25 pm Emerging Issues in Forklift Litigation Christopher L. Brinkley, WV 8:15 am Opening Remarks/Elections 4:00 pm Propane Gas Litigation 8:30 am What’s the Proper Role of an MDL Plaintiff’s Louis C. Accurso, MO Steering Committee? Michael Fishbein, PA 4:35 pm Investigation of a Medical Device Case Beth Morrison Klein, CO 9:10 am A View from the Outside—Should You Avoid Federal MDLs and Keep Your Cases in 5:10 pm Adjourn State Courts? How to take control of your state court cases to insulate them from bad decisions Professional Negligence Section in federal MDL while still taking advantage Constitution Ballroom B, 2nd Floor [S] of good decisions by the MDL judge and good work by the PSC Chair: James P. Frickleton, MO Ellen A. Presby, TX Moderator: Jim M. Perdue Jr., TX 10:00 am Removal and Remand: How to Keep Your State Theme: Overcoming Challenges in Professional Negligence Court Case Where It Belongs Cases What’s the impact of an MDL proceeding 8:15 am Opening Remarks/Elections on threshold jurisdictional issues? What’s the potential impact of pending 8:30 am Neonatal Encephalopathy and Cerebral Palsy legislation on these issues? Dov Apfel, MD Gerson H. Smoger, J.D., Ph.D., CA 9:15 am Voir Dire in the Era of 10:30 am What’s at the End of the MDL Rainbow? Medical Malpractice Reform Prof. Susan Koniak, Boston University F. Gregory Barnhart, FL Christopher Placitella, NJ 10:00 am Effective Use of Demonstrative Evidence to 11:30 am Lunch Introduce Complex Medical Issues Frank L. Branson, TX Theme: Anatomy of Environmental and Occupational Tort Cases 10:45 am Identifying Critical Issues in Breast Cancer Cases Eleni Coffinas, NY 2:15 pm Panel: Developing an Environmental Tort Case Client development, organization/ 11:30 am Lunch management, selecting your experts, 2:15 pm Identifying Critical Issues in Anesthesia proving causation, exposure, epidemiology, Malpractice Cases toxicology, individual medical causation, Terrence Webber, M.D., J.D., CO settlement/resolution of large environmental cases 3:00 pm Witness Tampering and Witness Intimidation Esther Berezofsky, NJ Bruce L. Braley, IA Nachman Brautbar, M.D., CA 3:45 pm Holding Hospitals Responsible Under Thomas V. Girardi, CA Vicarious Liability Barry Levy, M.D., M.P.H., MA Manuel A. Reboso, FL Antonio Martinez, TX Jim Tarr, CA 4:30 pm Closing Argument/Storytelling in Catastrophic Medical Negligence Cases 5:00 pm Balancing Risks and Benefits in the Russ M. Herman, LA Development of Pharmaceuticals—Perspective of a Pharmaco-Epidemiologist 5:15 pm Adjourn Jerry Avorn, M.D., MA 5:30 pm Adjourn * 56 Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs Tuesday, July 6 – Wednesday, July 7 Sole Practitioners and Small Firm Section 8:30 am Understanding Defense Strategies in Brain Liberty Rooms A-C, 2nd Floor [S] Injury Litigation Michael V. Kaplen, NY Chair: John P. Feroleto, NY Moderator: Ruth E. Bernstein, NY 9:00 am Making and Countering Daubert Challenges Bruce H. Stern, NJ Theme: Marketing, Motivation, Management, and Maximization of Resources 9:30 am Malingering Tests: What They Are, What They Are Not 8:15 am Opening Remarks/Elections Frank Sparadeo, Ph.D., RI 8:30 am Competing with Large Firms: 10:15 am Defeating the Life Expectancy Defense Marketing the Small Practice Michael W. Kessler, NY John P. Feroleto, NY 10:45 am Deposing the Defense Neuropsychologist 9:15 am Accounting for Sole Practitioners Dorothy Clay Sims, FL Richard S. Binko, NY 11:15 am Lunch 10:00 am The Most Common Ethical Mistakes Made in Small Law Firms Afternoon Moderator: James W. Vititoe, CA (This topic is under consideration for ethics credit.) 2:15 pm What Assistance Does a Person with TBI Require? Gary B. Pillersdorf, NY Robert Voogt, Ph.D., VA 10:45 am How to Structure Your Law Office for 3:00 pm Meeting the Low Impact Defense Maximum Efficiency Mariusz Ziejewski, Ph.D., C.R.C., ND Hiring, managing, and motivating your staff Assigning duties 3:45 pm The Effect of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury on Mary Alice McLarty, TX Earnings and Work Life Expectancy Anthony Gamboa, Ph.D., M.B.A., KY 11:30 am Lunch 4:30 pm Weaving an Effective Story at Trial 2:15 pm Avoiding the Pitfalls: Lawyer Impairment Asa L. Bell, Jr., NC Spotting the danger signs Getting help 5:00 pm Defeating Defense Themes in Closing Argument (This topic is under consideration for ethics credit.) Dale K. Perdue, OH Lawrence J. Scanlon, OH 5:30 pm Adjourn 3:00 pm Streamlining the Claims Process Dealing with insurance companies Increasing efficiency in settling claims presuit Wednesday, July 7 Gary R. Gober, TN Advocacy Track 3:45 pm Use of Digital Cameras for Evidence Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor [S] Photography and Legal Documentation Theme: Experts Can Make or Break a Case John Kwan, CA Moderator: Jane Beckering, MI 4:30 pm Buying and Selling a Personal Injury Practice: How to Get Paid for a Brand You Have Spent 10:00 am Opening Remarks Millions to Build 10:15 am Locating and Working with Experts Before Trial Steven H. Silton, MN to Prove the Plaintiff’s Case 5:15 pm Adjourn Expert reports Investigation Geoffrey L. Gifford, IL Traumatic Brain Injuries Litigation Group 10:45 am Diffusing the Defense Through Expert Testimony Gary D. Fox, FL Constitution Ballroom A, 2nd Floor [S] 11:15 am Cross of Defense Experts at Trial Chair: Michael V. Kaplen, NY Les Weisbrod, TX Theme: Countering the Defenses in TBI Cases 11:45 am Lunch Morning Moderator: Randall H. Scarlett, CA 8:15 am Opening Remarks * Boston 2004 * ATLA Education programs 57 Wednesday, July 7 Theme: Damages: Actionable Loss 10:00 am Opening Remarks/Section Elections Moderator: Leslie C. Nixon, NH 10:15 am Panel: The Current Status of International 1:30 pm Lecture: Damages in Opening Tort Reform James M. Perdue, Sr., TX Australia Jo Hintz, Australia 2:15 pm Demonstration: Damages in Opening (Catastrophic Damages) United Kingdom TBD Mark A. Harvey, Wales 2:45 pm Lecture: Damages in Closing The European community Howard L. Nations, TX John Pickering, England Canada 3:30 pm Demonstration: Closing Argument Gary J. Bigg, Canada (Catastrophic Damages) Richard D. Hailey, IN Mexico Demetrio Guerra, Mexico 4:00 pm Demonstration: Closing Argument (Noneconomic Damages in the Wrongful Death Case) 12:15 pm Lunch Russ M. Herman, LA 1:45 pm The Impact of Tort Reform on Victims, 4:30 pm Adjourn Consumer Organisations, Labor Unions and Common Law Rights H. Bruce T. Hillyer, Canada International Practice Section and International 2:15 pm Opposing Tort Reform: Relations Committee Successful Strategies and Tactics Independence Ballroom, 2nd Floor [S] Raymond P. Boucher, CA Section Chairs: Ricky Edward Bagolie, NJ, and Gary Lauk, Q.C., Canada Gerard R. Mullins, Australia John Vail, DC Committee Chair: Martin Blake, CA 4:15 pm Roundtable: Developing an International Strategy Moderator: Gerard R. Mullins, Australia Program Theme: Tort Reform: An International Problem 4:45 pm Adjourn * with International Solutions The National College of Advocacy Applauds ATLA’s Diplomates Darrel Aherin John S. Crompton Robert D. Kreisman Howard L. Nations Richard E. Schwartz Lewiston, ID Tampa, FL Chicago, IL Houston, TX St. Louis, MO Patricia C. Bobb Gregory S. Cusimano Elizabeth F. Kuniholm Murray Ogborn Lance M. Sears Chicago, IL Gadsden, AL Raleigh, NC Denver, CO Colorado, CO Robert J. Bonsignore Donna R. Davis Steven C. Laird Roman R. Okrei Marcus Z. Shar Medford, MA Knoxville, TN Fort Worth, TX Lockport, IL Baltimore, MD David R. Bossart Amato A. DeLuca Edward C. Y. Lau Jerome F. O’Neill Douglas K. Sheff Fargo, ND Providence, RI San Francisco, CA Burlington, VT Boston, MA Larry Dean Lee Turner W. Branch Royce Deryl Edwards Boulder, CO Laurence F. Padway Michael D. Stevens Albuquerque, NM Joplin, MO Alameda, CA Yankton, SD James B. Lees, Jr. Jeffrey A. Breit Joseph M. Fine Charleston, WV Kathleen Flynn Peterson Nancy J. Turbak Norfolk,VA Alburquerque, NM Minneapolis, MN Watertown, SD James J. Leonard Stephen J. Brown James L. Gilbert Phoenix, AZ James R. Pratt, III O’Neal O. Wright Medina, OH Arvada, CO Birmingham, AL Detroit, MI William P. Lightfoot Robert J. Burford Stephen D. Heninger Washington, DC Terence R. Quinn Thomas J. Vesper Raleigh, NC Birmingham, AL Mark S. Mandell Rapid City, SD West Atlantic City, NJ Daniel L. Burgess Maury A. Herman Providence, RI Edson Howard Rafferty James W. Vititoe Birmingham, AL New Orleans, LA William L. Mauk Boston, MA Westlake Village, CA Lawrence K. Burleigh Russ M. Herman Boise, ID Richard M. Rawdon David A. Wenner Lafayette, LA New Orleans, LA Phillip H. Miller Georgetown, KY Phoenix, AZ Isaac K. Byrd, Jr. Mark R. Kosieradzki Nashville, TN Edward P. Ryan Eddi Z. Zyko Jackson, MS Minnetonka, MN C. Delaine Mountain Albany, NY Middlebury, CT Tuscaloosa, AL Their outstanding participation in ATLA continuing legal education is symbolic of their professional commitment and dedication to excellence. To find out how you can participate in the NCA’s Achievement Recognition Program, become an ATLA Diplomate, and be recognized at the VIP Reception during the next ATLA Annual Convention in Toronto, stop by the ATLA Education booth located in Hall D— Hynes Convention Center, or call 800-622-1791 or 202-944-2877.
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