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The Amazing Musante: Reveals His Secret Tricks and Techniques! - COMBO

Description

Wednesday and Thursday, November 2 and 3, 2016 
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Pan Pacific Hotel, 999 Canada Place, Vancouver
or attend via live webinar


*Optional ethics session: two Self-Paced eLearning courses worth 1 hour each,  completed on your own time over any two weeks before December 31, 2016 (one eLearning course for each day of this combo session).

Who should attend: All litigators interested in learning proven techniques for examinations for discovery.

Learning level: All levels

The Great Examination for Discovery: Principles and Principal Techniques
Wednesday, November 2, 2016


If done right, the questioning of an adverse witness at an examination for discovery is an intellectually rigorous discipline requiring the diligent and skillful application of the logical rules that best exploit case theory opportunities and best attack case theory problems.

All litigators should have studied the discipline’s dozens of rules while still in law school, and, later on, should have observed their law firms' experienced litigators effectively employing those rules in every adverse examination for discovery. 

Attacking the Expert's Opinion at Trial
Thursday, November 3, 2016

The expert is typically the most dangerous trial witness because, testifying cloaked with the mantle of the "truth-seeking, seen-it-all-before scientist," his or her opinion can determine a major issue, maybe the entire case.  Yet, the expert can also be the trial's most vulnerable witness because, unlike the fact witness who must principally defend only first-hand observations, the expert can be attacked on several fronts: science, integrity, qualifications, and thoroughness.

The focus of this seminar is the one, logical method the trial cross-examiner must understand to most effectively attack the "scientific merits" of the expert's opinion, no matter the field of expertise.

Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 13 hours 
*If you complete two Self-Paced eLearning courses worth 1 hour each before December 31, 2016, you will obtain 2 CPD hours, which involves professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management.
Note: As part of your registration, you will receive a non-transferrable complimentary registration to any two eligible Self-Paced eLearning courses (one eLearning course for each day of this combo session)—click here to see the list of course offerings.

Course Instructor
Robert Musante — Alamo, California

Pricing
EARLY BIRD COMBO - Register by October 6, 2016 and SAVE
Live Course: $1100 | Student: $550
Live Webinar: $1000
Save even more with your CPDone Pass.

After October 6, 2016
Live Course: $1210 | Student: $605
Live Webinar: $1100
Save even more with your CPDone Pass.


Unable to attend without financial support? Learn more about CLEBC's Bursary Program and our Easy Pay Plan.

Registration includes an electronic copy of the course materials.  This course will not be added to the webinar archives.

CLEBC Program Coordinator
Mary Kingston, Production Manager, Programs
mkingston@cle.bc.ca



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