Effective, Efficient and Ethical Practice in Federal Court: What the Judges Want You to Know and Criminal Law Considerations for Civil Practitioners CLE

Effective Efficient Ethical Practice and Criminal Law CLE Material Packet 12.5.19

Part I: “Effective, Efficient and Ethical Practice in Federal Court: What the Judges Want You to Know” Join us for a conversation with the Hon. Mae D’Agostino, Hon. Therese Wiley Dancks and Hon. Christian Hummel from the Northern District moderated by Michael J. Murphy, Esq., of Carter, Conboy, Case, Blackmore, Maloney & Laird, P.C., exploring the practical and ethical barriers to effective presentation and adjudication of matters before the Court.  The discussion will seek insight on best practices from the judges’ perspective on nearly every phase of litigation from drafting pleadings and papers to courtroom conduct.

Part II: “Criminal Law for Civil Practitioners” The intersection of civil and criminal law can create unique consequences for clients. During this portion of the CLE, Tina Sciocchetti, Esq., of Nixon Peabody will discuss potential exposure in the criminal arena that can arise from civil litigation and provide practical guidance on recognizing and avoiding collateral harm.

2 Ethics credits and 1 Professional Practice credit.