Seminars

In addition to providing litigation consultation and support, the Center for Forensic Economic Studies presents seminars and training to law firms, bar associations, claims departments and other professional groups.

Here’s what participating firms have to say about the Center programs:

“The lawyers indicated that your seminar was far more productive and worthwhile than some general run-of-the-mill CLE presentation. Everyone appreciated that the program was interactive. This was a invaluable training program that allowed our associates to gain experience in the examination of experts. Thanks for taking the time to present the seminar. We look forward to working with you in the future.”

— Jonathan M. Field, Partner, Mintzer Sarowitz Zeris Ledva & Meyers LLP

“The program presented by the Center economists at our firm gave our attorneys an opportunity to hone their expert witness examination skills by preparing for and conducting simulated de bene esse depositions. The economists shared their experiences in dealing with real-world damages issues and our attorneys gained insight into how to present damages arguments more effectively. It was a very worthwhile experience and I recommend the Center’s CLE programs.”

— Lawrence J. Schempp, Director of Professional Development and Training Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin

In many states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York, in-house seminars may be accredited for continuing legal education credit hours.

To arrange for a program at your firm or office or to obtain a list of upcoming seminars, contact Chad Staller at the Center for Forensic Economic Studies, 1 800 966-6099, or cstaller@cfes.com

Click for the Forensic Economic Studies 2017 Seminar Catalog

 

Center economists have presented programs recently at many leading firms and legal organizations, including:

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