Update & Review Seminar, October 11, 2019, 4.5 General MCLE credit hours
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October 11, 2019
Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
Adverse Examination of Defendants at Trial, Combating Common Medical Malpractice Defenses, Developing Themes, Nursing Home Trials Following Grauer v Clare, Overcoming Governmental Immunities, Police Misconduct Pursuits, Proximate Cause, Sexual Abuse Cases
Originally presented, Friday, November 1, 2019, at the Hilton Oak Brook Hills Resort, in Oak Brook. This program has been approved by the MCLE Board of the Illinois Supreme Court for 4.5 General MCLE credit hours. For MCLE Credit the course must be completed by October 10, 2021. Presenters will address: Police Misconduct Pursuits; Sexual Abuse Cases; Developing Themes; Overcoming Governmental Immunities; Proximate Cause; Combating Common Medical Malpractice Defenses; Adverse Examination of Defendants at Trial; Nursing Home Trials Following Grauer v Clare Oaks; Judicial Observations; Special Interrogatories; Litigating Construction Cases.Expand summary
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