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18th Annual

DTCI Conference

November 15-16

Join your colleagues at the Abe Martin Lodge inside Brown County State Park for a casual but informative two-day seminar. Bring your family and enjoy the park activities, including the indoor water park. 13.5 hours CLE credit (2.0 hours ethics) pending

Agenda

Thursday, Nov. 15Speciality Law Sections

Product Liability

State of the Art & Rebuttal after Wade v. Terex

Best Practices for Using Social Media

Case Law Update

Insurance Coverage

Indiana Insurance Law Update

Workers’ Comp Set-offs from UM/UIM Claims

Construction Statute of Repose

The Parameters of the Guest Statute

Defining “Material Misrepresentation” Provision Found in Insurance Policies

UM/UIM Case Law Update

Environmental Coverage Law Update

Employment Law

What “Obamacare” means to an Employer with a Collective Bargaining Agreement

Systemic Discrimination and Association Discrimination under ADA

Construction Law

Construction Claims & Disputes

Health Care Litigation

Loss of Chance Doctrine

Nurse Practitioner/Doctor Collaborative Agreements and Liability

Practice Tips for Handling Attorney Fee Issues under Wrongful Death Act

Business Litigation

Litigation Financing: The Convergence of Law, Finance, and the Capital Market

Trial Tactics

Live Direct & Cross of Experts: Review & Commentary

Paralegals

Excel & PowerPoint Workshop

Insurance Billing & Ethics – How to Avoid Delays

Summation Workshop – What’s New?

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Friday, Nov. 16General Session

Tips for Successful Litigation Management

Dina Cox, Lewis Wagner

Hot Buttons in Bad Faith Litigation

Thomas F. Segalla, Goldberg Segalla, Buffalo, N.Y.

How to Do Really Cool Stuff with an iPad at Trial

Matthew J. Schad, Schad & Schad

Mediation Practice & Pointers

Richard Kraege, The Mediation Group

Use of Technology in Simplifying Your Practice

David DeMoss, State Farm Litigation Counsel

Voir Dire & Jury Selection

Dennis Stolee, ThemeVision

Medicare Set-Asides and You

Shirley Daugherty, RN, Medicare Set-Aside Certified Life Care Planner

Ethics Considerations

Don Lundberg, Barnes & Thornburg



Full details of the meeting and mail-in registration forms will be sentin the near future.

To register now: Go to www.dtci.org and click on “Events” and then “Conferences.”

New members receive 50 percent off first-year dues when they register for the conference. Membership application must accompany registration. Application can be found at www.dtci.org

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