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Sexual Abuse Case Analysis – Part 2: Discovery & Motion Practice

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Date Published

October 15, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Sexual Abuse Cases

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Summary

A detailed outline of the documents, evidence and witnesses you need to prove your sexual abuse case and the common mechanisms (and roadblocks) to obtaining that evidence through written discovery, depositions, and law and motion practice. Learn how to obtain and use law enforcement evidence, child and adult protective services reports, incident reports, and other evidence that will build the foundation of your civil sexual abuse case.

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Presenters

Natalie Weatherford
Taylor & Ring

Natalie Weatherford is an attorney with Taylor & Ring in Los Angeles where she represents plaintiffs in personal injury... Read More

Douglas A. Rochen

Douglas Rochen is a strategic partner at Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP, responsible for the firm’s catastrophic injury... Read More

Candice Klein

Candice Klein is a founding partner of Chang|Klein LLP. Candice is intent on helping those victimized by insurance companies... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Sexual Abuse Case Analysis – Part 2: Discovery & Motion Practice
Sexual Abuse Case Analysis – Part 2: Discovery & Motion Practice - Paper
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