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Seminar Number

9226

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Fee:

$140

EXPERT TESTIMONY IN GEORGIA
A Decade of Daubert in State Courts of Georgia

RECORDED OCTOBER 30, 2015

Archived Webcast

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Ethics Hour and 3 Trial Practice Hours

Presiding:
Mary Donne Peters, Program Chair, Author, The Admissibility of Expert Testimony in Georgia; Gorby Peters & Associates, LLC, Atlanta

welcome and program overview
Mary Donne Peters
Overview of Daubert and FRE 702 and Essential Update on Federal law
David L. Balser, King & Spalding LLP, Atlanta
MAXIMIZING DAMAGES IN COMMERCIAL LITIGATION WITH AND WITHOUT EXPERTS
Hon. Roy E. Barnes, The Barnes Law Group, LLC, Marietta
John F. Salter, Jr., The Barnes Law Group, LLC, Marietta

SUPER DAUBERT—THE ADMISSIBILITY OF EXPERT TESTIMONY IN MEDICAL CASES
Julye M. Johns, Huff, Powell & Bailey, LLC, Atlanta

“PEER REVIEW”—WHAT DOES THIS REALLY MEAN AND WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT?
Dr. Sonja A. Rasmussen, Editor-in-Chief, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR); Director, Division of Public Health Information and Dissemination, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta (Invited)

HOW TO AVOID daubert DEATH TRAPS: Tips for Surviving a Daubert Motion
J. Darren Summerville, The Summerville Firm, Atlanta

DO YOU NEED AN EXPERT TO PROVE LIABILITY IN A PREMiSeS CASE?
Michael J. Gorby, Gorby Peters & Associates, LLC, Atlanta
the Ethics hour
Hon. Warren P. Davis, Judge, Superior Court, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit, Lawrenceville
CROSS EXAMINING EXPERTS IN CRIMINAL CASES
Bruce S. Harvey, Bruce Harvey Law Firm, Atlanta
AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCES IN ADMISSIBILITY OF EXPERT TESTIMONY IN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES IN GEORGIA
Ronald L. Carlson, Fuller E. Calloway Chair of Law, Professor Emeritus, University of Georgia School of Law, Athens
Michael Scott Carlson, Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney, Cobb County Judicial Circuit, Marietta; Adjunct Professor, Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, Atlanta