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Pleading and Proving Negligent Entrustment Claims in Illinois - e-learn

P2206-22E
Now available for pre-order. Program will be added to your account shortly following the live webcast on 2/9/2022.
$80.00

Pleading and Proving Negligent Entrustment Claims in Illinois - Live Webcast

P2206-22W
Live webcast on 2/9/2022 from 12:00 - 1:00 PM
$80.00

Pleading and Proving Negligent Entrustment Claims in Illinois

P2206-22U
Review the current state of the law regarding negligent entrustment (i.e. what are the elements of the claim, what type of conduct is actionable and what type of conduct is not actionable) and different techniques to discover evidence to survive a motion for summary judgment and win at trial.
From $80.00

Attacking the Liar’s Best Lies: “I Don’t Remember" & “I Do Remember”

P2050-20U
Whether at trial or in deposition, the “yes-no” question quite frequently constitutes a Scylla & Charybdis problem for the adverse witness: the “yes” constituting a damaging-to-witness admission, and the “no” creating a risk of the witness being impeached … maybe a BIG risk of a BIG impeachment. Thus, a willing-to-lie witness (and there are so many!!), perhaps coached by an unethical attorney (and there are so many!!), tries to avoid Scylla & Charybdis by claiming “I don’t remember X.” As experienced litigators well know, and newbie litigators will soon discover, these claims can be very tough to successfully attack. Learn the very best lines of attack against these lies.

Not included in IICLE® Online All-Access subscription.
From $200.00

Witness Testimony: Making the Most of Illinois Supreme Court Discovery Rules and Other Best Practices

P2004-20E-07
A panel of experienced attorneys, including an IWCC Arbitrator, discuss the use of Supreme Court Rules 204, 216, 213(f) and 213(g) and other best practices for securing effective testimony from witnesses.
$80.00

Admitting Medical Evidence

P2004-20E-04
Understand common issues regarding foundation for and admissibility of medical records, medical bills, doctor’s testimony and opinions. Learn how to get controversial evidence admitted (or object to some).
$60.00

What an Orthopedic Doctor Thinks You Should Know about Upper and Lower Extremity Injuries

P2004-20E-02
An orthopedic surgeon instructs on the common medical conditions involving the upper and lower extremities that you may encounter in your law practice, including basic anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, and prognosis issues and causal connection.
$60.00

Child Rep and Guardian Ad Litem Training

P2001-20U
This completely virtual training program offers 10 information-packed hours of CLE required by Illinois statute to serve as a child representative or GAL. If you are an experienced Child Rep or GAL, register for Day Two Only, which focuses on important updates and advanced skills.
From $200.00
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