Friday, February 17 | 8:15-9:15 AM The Domino Theory: Proving Proximate Cause at Trial
Edward Capozzi,Brach Eichler, LLC One of New Jersey’s most renowned and dynamic personal injury attorneys, Edward P. Capozzi exclusively handles auto, trucking, NJ Transit, products liability, and other catastrophic personal injury cases. Known for his fierce cross-examination of medical witnesses and artistic presentations of his cases, Edward lectures across the country on trial techniques and the concept of proximate cause.
Friday, February 17 | 9:20-10:20 AM Voir Dire: Live and Remote Jury Selections Tips & Pitfalls
Elise Sanguinetti, Arias Sanguinetti Wang & Torrijos Elise Sanguinetti isa founding partner at Arias Sanguinetti Wang & Torrijos LLP and a past president of the American Association for Justice. Sanguinetti’s main focus of expertise is serious injury, wrongful death cases, civil appeals, and legal malpractice, and she exclusively represents plaintiffs in civil litigation.
Friday, February 17 | 10:40-11:40 AM Lessons for Lawyers by Lennon (Ethics)
Matthew J. Kita, Attorney & Counselor at Law Matt Kita is a personal injury appellate lawyer based in Dallas, Texas. Matt’s practice has focused primarily on authoring briefs and presenting oral arguments in Texas and California’s state and federal appellate courts. His civil practice is concentrated on representing victims of personal injuries, civil-rights violations, and reputational torts.
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