Please register now for the next AEGIS Claims Roundtable seminar – Professionalism and Ethical Consideration in Case Management – which will be held Thursday, May 26 in Chicago.
Utility companies are faced with claims and lawsuits arising from catastrophic injuries suffered by members of the public. These injuries can result from events such as electrical contacts and gas explosions. Such cases can be defended and damages mitigated if they are professionally and ethically investigated, prepared, negotiated and presented to a jury.
A distinguished panel of experienced industry in-house and outside counsel will discuss ethics and professional conduct during all stages of case development such as investigation, e-discovery, settlement negotiations, the decision to try the case and trial tactics. As always, you're welcome to attend AEGIS Claims Roundtables in person or by videoconference, and Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are offered. For more information about the AEGIS Claims Roundtable program, please contact Jeff Schupack by e-mail or by phone at 201.508.2658.
Also, please mark your calendars for the remaining 2011 AEGIS Claims Roundtable seminar on Directing the Discovery Process to Accurately Evaluate the Case, to be held on Thursday, October 13 in East Rutherford and Thursday, October 27 in Las Vegas.