Seminar Number

107345

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6 CLE Hours
including
1 Ethics Hour,
1 Professionalism
Hour and
5 Trial Practice
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PREMISES LIABILITY

RECORDED MARCH 5, 2010

Presiding:
Michael J. Gorby, Program Chair, Gorby, Peters & Associates, LLC, Atlanta

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Michael J. Gorby

THIRD PARTY CRIMINAL ACT LITIGATION—Establishing Liability Against the Property Owner
Nicholas C. Moraitakis, Moraitakis, Kushel, Pearson & Gardner LLP, Atlanta

DEFENDING A NEGLIGENT SECURITY CASE—Preparing a Case for Summary Judgment and Trial
Lynn Roberson, Swift, Currie, McGhee & Heirs, LLP, Atlanta
daubert challenges—Yes, They Apply to Premises Liability Experts
Mary Donne Peters, Author, “Expert Testimony in Georgia”; Gorby, Peters & Associates, LLC, Atlanta
the slip and fall case—Pitfalls Encountered by Plaintiff and Defense Counsel
James R. Doyle, Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP, Atlanta
establishing damages in a premises case—How To Reconcile and Deal with Georgia’s Apportionment Statute
Gilbert H. Deitch, Deitch & Rogers LLC, Atlanta
updates on premises liability Law—New Decisions Handed Down
Michael J. Gorby
ethical considerations in the litigation of a premises case
Speaker to be determined
the expert’s role in a premises liability case—Plaintiff and Defense Perspective
Jeffrey H. Gross, Premises Liability Expert, Jeffrey H. Gross Consulting, Atlanta