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Handling Medical Negligence Cases During COVID-19 and Beyond Webinar

Webinar

Handling Medical Negligence Cases During COVID-19 and Beyond Webinar

DATE
Apr 27, 2021 Apr 27, 2021
LOCATION
Online | 2:00 - 4:30 p.m. ET
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Hear from Moderator Kathleen Nastri

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About the Webinar

The pandemic has created a new set of challenges for handling medical negligence cases. Join David Wenner, Greg Cusimano, Kathleen Nastri, Max Panoff, and Lyle Warshauer as they discuss juror attitudes toward healthcare professionals, rethinking case intake and investigation, and minimizing the “Hero Defense” strategy. 

  • Exclusive, empirical research on changing juror perceptions from Greg Cusimano and David Wenner
  • Inside look at shifting standards of care across states
  • Emerging defensive strategies and how to fight back
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