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Conference Agenda

Sunday, August 28, 2022

9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Registration
10:00 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
Lunch Included
How to Fireproof Your Law Firm: Both the Visionary and the Integrator Perspectives
Mike Morse, John Nachazel
Beyond the Life Care Plan - Different Thoughts for Presenting Future Medical Expenses
Jim Perdue
Identifying the Auto Products Liability Case with Great Damages
Brian Chase
Understanding the Foundational Differences Between Physical Pain and Physical Suffering and Between Mental Pain and Mental Anguish – Appreciation the Subcomponents of Damages Elements – Connection with the Jurors through Powerful Arguments and Strategies to Obtain Justice!
John Romano
Marijuana and Damages
Brian LaCien
Winning with Experts in Sexual Abuse Cases involving Children, Adults and the Elderly: PTSD, Repressed Memory, and Competency and Credibility Issues
Martin Gould
Last Minute Damages: What You Can and Must Do in Closing
John Uustal
The Next Massive Frontier: Big Cases and Big Rewards in Europe
Dan Bryson

Monday, August 29, 2022

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Breakfast and Lunch Included
Profound Stories of Non-Economic Damages for Every Case
John Gomez
Lessons Learned from the Surfside Condo Settlement
Jeff Goodman
My Keys to Winning Large Verdicts – Learned from 40+ Years in Practice
Danny Rodriguez
Getting 7 Figure Verdicts in Low Speed/Low Impact Auto Cases
Robert Glassman
Why We Take on the Big, Impossible Cases and Why You Should Too
Hunter Shikolnik
The ABC’s of TBI: The Brain Injury Case Must be Handled, Litigated & Tried to Get the Most for Your Client
Liz Zwibel
Give ‘em Hell: One Man’s Thoughts on Making Burn Injuries Come to Life
Cale Conley
Representing the Survivor in the Institutional Sexual Abuse Case
Rayna Kessler
The Camp Lejeune Justice Act: How to Write a Statute for a Trial Lawyer
Ed Bell

Tuesday, August 30, 2022

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Breakfast Included
Focus Groups: The In-Person vs. Remote Formats. How to Decide on the Method that Works Best but Still Gets Everything You Need for Your Case
Bobby DiCello and Chris Stombaugh
Ethics in Client Acquisition: Intake, TCPA, Privacy
Cameron Rentch, Ryan Vaspra
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Conference Pricing & Details

Conference Pricing

$1395 – First Attorney
$1295 – Early Registration (register before August 7th)
$1195 – 2nd+ Attorney from the same firm

Conference Hotel

The Encore at Wynn Las Vegas is the all suite addition to the highly successful Wynn Resort & Country Club, the only casino resort to have the Mobile 5 Star, the Michelin 5 Red Pavilions and the AAA 5 Diamond Rating. 360 Advocacy has secured a limited block of suites on a first-come, first serve basis at the group rate of $289. You can make your reservation by clicking the Book a Hotel Room link above or call the Wynn at 877-321-9966 and ask for the 360 Advocacy block.

Continuing Legal Education

An application for accreditation for continuing legal education credit (approximately 17.50 credit hours, including 2.0 ethics hours for 60 minute states and approximately 18.60 credit hours, including 2.4 ethics hours for 50 minute states) has been submitted to all mandatory CLE states. Number of credits awarded will vary based on state regulations. Please bring your license and/or bar information with you to the program.


Conference Exhibitors

Thompson Flanagan is a premier insurance brokerage firm focused on protecting your firm and its assets against professional liability claims.

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