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PREMISES LIABILITY

RECORDED OCTOBER 11, 2013

Archived Webcast

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Ethics Hour, .5 Professionalism Hour and 6 Trial Practice Hours

Presiding:
Michael J. Gorby, Program Chair, Author, Premises Liability in Georgia; Gorby Peters & Associates, LLC, Atlanta

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Michael J. Gorby

UPDATE ON PREMISES LIABILITY CASES
Michael J. Gorby

THE TRIAL OF A SEXUAL assault PREMISES CASE
Establishing Liability And Damages For The Plaintiff
Peter A. Law, Law and Moran, Atlanta

THE NEW EVIDENCE CODE: IMPACT ON EXPERT TESTIMONY IN A PREMISES CASE
Mary Donne Peters, Author, Expert Testimony in Georgia; Gorby, Peters & Associates, LLC, Atlanta

DEFENDING A SEXUAL ASSAULT PREMISES CASE
Neutralizing The Sympathy Factor
Matthew G. Moffett, Gray, Rust, St. Amand, Moffett & Brieske LLP, Atlanta

APPORTIONMENT OF DAMAGES IN A PREMISES LIABILITY CASE
New Rules – New Considerations
James R. Doyle, II, Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP, Atlanta
ACTIVE PARTICIPATION BY THE PROPERTY OWNER IN THE WRONGFUL ACT
Malicious prosecution and other tortious conduct. Getting your case to a jury.
Charles R. Adams, III, Author, Georgia Law of Torts; Adams & Adams, Fort Valley

MEDIATION strategy IN A PREMISES LIABILITY CASE
Michael J. Gorby

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE TRIAL AND APPEAL OF A PREMISES LIABILITY CASE
Hon. William M. Ray, II, Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia, Atlanta