This is an exerpt from “2011 Motor Vehicle Accident Litigation: The Road Less Travelled”, a CLE program from the New York State Bar Association.
In this program, an outstanding faculty, including partners of many of New York State’s leading plaintiff and defendant personal injury law firms, focus on specific types of cases frequently encountered in motor vehicle litigation. This practice-based program presents the “nuts & bolts” of handling these types of cases from the perspective of both the plaintiff and the defendant.
– Truck and Bus Accidents
– Motorcycle and Bike Accidents– Highway/Roadway Defect Cases – Dram Shop Litigation-Proving and Disproving Liability – Summary Judgment for the Plaintiff- Not Just in Rear-end Collision Cases – Summary Judgment for the Defendant – Ethical Considerations in Motor Vehicle Litigation
The Program Co-Chairs are Christopher Sallay (video exeprt) , Partner, Gair, Gair, Conason, Rubinowitz, Bloom, Hershenhorn, Steigman & Mackauf and Robert Glick, Managing Partner, Brand, Glick & Brand, P.C.
The complete video of this program can be purchased here for CLE Credit: