"Locating and Working With Witnesses"
Three Seattle-area litigators* will be presenting their tips, insights and experiences regarding navigating the process of finding witnesses and obtaining witness testimony.
When: May 21, 2013 12–1 p.m.
Where: WSBA Offices 1325 Fourth Avenue, Suite 600 Seattle
Bring your own lunch—drinks will be provided. This no-cost event is for Litigation Section members only. Space is limited. RSVP to Stacy Holmes at email@example.com.
Matthew Turetsky, Schwabbe Williamson & Wyatt. Matt has been a commercial litigator for almost 20 years. Matt's practice focuses on cases involving complex business disputes, lender liability, consumer protection and consumer product liability, and class actions. He has tried cases to verdict in the Superior Courts of Washington and Federal Court—jury and bench trials—and arbitrations.Cheryl Farrish, Certa Law Group. Cheryl works for a personal injury law firm downtown. She handles a wide range of injury cases, from automobile accidents to complex construction injury cases. She represents clients at trial and arbitration across Western Washington.Jason Amala, Pfau Cochran Vertetis Amala. Jason’s clients and cases span a diverse range, from pro bono representation of elderly tenants, to representing employees and consumers injured by defective products, to numerous multi-million dollar settlements for victims of childhood sexual abuse. Jason primarily practices in state and federal trial court.
Panel Moderator: Will Dixon, Dixon Law Firm. Will is a seasoned personal injury attorney with more than 15 years of legal experience successfully representing clients in numerous multi-million dollar cases in Washington and federal courts. He focuses his practice on serious personal injury, medical malpractice, automobile and truck accidents, bicycle and pedestrian accidents, wrongful death, employment discrimination and products liability cases.
The Section maintains records of some past events for the convenience of attendees who may wish to apply for CLE credit, as well as selected minutes of Executive Committee meetings.
November 16, 2010: "Getting Paid – Part 1: Developing an Effective Ethical Fee Agreement." Approved for 1 ethics credit.
August 27, 2010: CLE: "Anatomy of a Trial." Approved for 6.5 general CLE credits.
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