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37th Annual Auto Law Seminar - Philadelphia
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When: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
8:50 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Where: Philadelphia 201 Hotel
201 N. 17th St.
Pennsylvania 19103
United States
Contact: Member Services

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5 Substantive & 1 Ethics CLE Credit
Tuesday, May 21 • 8:50 am - 5:00 pm

Invest in the future of your Auto Law practice with in-depth discussions from experienced panelists.  You don't want to miss this dynamic course.
Register early! *Printed or digital course book & materials (PowerPoints & supplements) available.
CLICK HERE for a printable registration form.

Course Highlights

  • Update of first-party, third-party liability, limited tort, peer review, medical examinations, and coverage issues, including ride-sharing companies.
  • Subrogation and Recovery of special damages, including preclusions and offsets, ERISA Plans, HMOs, Medicare, Medicaid, disability policies, and other such claims for reimbursement.
  • Proof of Damages and Causation in routine and serious motor vehicle cases – how to overcome the “PRE-EXISTING
    DEGENERATIVE CONDITIONS” causation defense in order to avoid a “zero” or “minimal” recovery. Plus an update on important recent civil procedure issues.
  • Evidence and Science - You will learn about gathering and using evidence to support accident reconstruction, including biomechanical and other scientific methods of proving your case.
  • Miscellaneous “Hot Topics” discussions based on listserv posts, including an update of social media issues.
  • New! A detailed analysis of government and municipal liability in vehicle accident cases, including a comprehensive review of
    the Political Subdivision Tort Claims Act, as well as an analysis of thresholds, recoverable damages, and limitations in both
    injured clients and death cases. 
  • And MORE!

    Course Planners:

    Leonard A. Sloane, Esq. & Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.


    Leonard A. Sloane, Esq.
    Dale G. Larrimore, Esq.
    James R. Ronca, Esq.
    Scott B. Cooper, Esq.
    David L. Lutz, Esq.
    James C. Haggerty, Esq.

    Joshua P. Geist, Esq.
    Michael J. Davey, Esq.
    Sudhir R. Patel, Esq.
    Erin K. Rudert, Esq.
    Kelly M. Ciravolo, Esq.

    Registration Fees:

    $359 • PAJ Member
    $329 • PAJ Member admitted to practice 2010-2019
      $99 • PAJ Paralegal Member
        $0 • PAJ Judicial Law Clerk Member

    $429 • Non-Member Attorney
    $299 • Non-Member Paralegal

        $0 • Digital Course Book Only
      $49 • Printed & Digital Course Book (+ tax) 

    *This program has been approved by the PA Continuing Legal Education Board for 5 hours of substantive law and 1 hour ethics law, practice and procedure CLE credit. The PAJ cancellation and refund policy applies to all meetings, including education events (this policy does not apply for the Annual Summer Retreat). All cancellations must be received at least 5 business days prior to the date of the meeting or event. Any issued refund will be the amount paid for the meeting or event minus a $50.00 fee. Thank you for understanding that your request for an exception to this policy will cost PAJ money.

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