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120 minutes
Date Published

June 11, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Premises Liability

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Summary

Dan and Minh will discuss how to approach discovery in a premises liability case, and what issues must be covered in the discovery you propound and answer. They will walk you through the discovery that is typically objected to and explain how to craft motions to get the information you are entitled to. They will also demonstrate how to effectively take a PMK /PMQ deposition, and explain how to prepare your premises liability client for deposition.

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Presenters

Daniel Pierson

Dan Pierson established his sole private practice in Century City in 1990. His trial practice focus is the representation of... Read More

Minh T. Nguyen

Minh Nguyen is the principle Trial Lawyer at NGUYEN LAWYERS, ALC - INJURY TRIAL ATTORNEYS FOR JUSTICE, a boutique 5 lawyer... Read More

Lauren Horwitz

Lauren Horwitz is a trial attorney in the wrongful death and catastrophic injury practice group at BD&J, PC. She has... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Premises Liability Case Analysis: Discovery
Premises Liability Case Analysis: Discovery - Slide Deck
Premises Liability Case Analysis: Discovery - Additional Materials
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