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Trial Lawyer Lessons Learned During Quarantine, Part 2

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Date Published

September 22, 2020


Illinois Trial Lawyers Association


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The COVID-19 Pandemic has changed the normal practice of law, and it is important to stay abreast of issues that impact law firm practices. How your practice, dockets, etc. have had to adapt during this year; lessons learned and advice going forward for issues such as settling cases without the threat of jury trials; zoom depositions; new technology; management of people remote, and moreā€¦..

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Ann E. Callis

Ann Callis is a former chief judge of Illinois's Third Judicial Circuit.[2] A member of the Democratic Party, she was the... Read More

Randy S. Cohn

Randy S. Cohn is a shareholder at Simmons Hanly Conroy with twenty years of legal experience. He oversees a team of attorneys... Read More

Hon. Patti Englander Henning

As a County Court Judge for 4 years, I presided over small claims, traffic infractions, misdemeanors (including DUIs), civil... Read More

Miranda L. Soucie

Miranda L. Soucie focuses her practice in the area of serious personal injury cases, including automobile accidents,... Read More

David Cates

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This program contains the following components:

Trial Lawyer Lessons Learned During Quarantine
Trial Lawyer Lessons Learned During Quarantine - Materials
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