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THE 21st ANNUAL NEW JERSEY MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LAW SEMINAR

Moderated by:Abbott Brown, Esq., Jon Lomurro, Esq. and Gary Riveles, Esq., (Co-authors of New Jersey Medical Malpractice Law (7th Ed. 2018)
Sponsored by:
Carol Bryan, CIC
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Saturday
Oct
14

$199

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For the 21st consecutive year, this seminar reviews every published and unpublished medical malpractice case and all relevant developments in New Jersey Medical Malpractice law during the last 12 months.

This seminar is moderated by Abbott Brown, Esq., Jon Lomurro, Esq. and Gary Riveles, Esq., (Co-authors of New Jersey Medical Malpractice Law (7th Ed. 2018), and includes a panel of plaintiffs and defense malpractice lawyers. This program is traditionally attended by a substantial number of the most experienced medical malpractice trial lawyers from both sides of the malpractice bar, who actively participate in the discussion. As such, this seminar provides a unique opportunity to engage in a discussion of every new malpractice case and development, as well as important policy issues.

The seminar is specifically intended to keep the faculty and attendees at the 'state of the art' in New Jersey Medical Malpractice law. There are no generic discussions that apply to litigation generally, such as how to take a deposition or file a motion in limine. This seminar is focused on all recent developments that matter to malpractice attorneys. As such, this program is the most valuable seminar of the year for New Jersey medical malpractice attorneys!

Note: The seminar book (300+ pages) is included in the course registration fees and will be provided to each registrant electronically prior to the program. Contact us at 908-902-2011 for discounts available to groups from the same firm.

CLE Information: 

New Jersey:

This Program has been approved by the New Jersey Board of Continuing Legal Education for 5.1 credits. Of these, 0.0 qualify as Ethics/Professionalism and 5.1 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in civil trial law, criminal trial law, workers compensation law and/or matrimonial law.

New York:

Effective November 1, 2014, New Jersey is a "Group B" New York approved jurisdiction. Accordingly, attorneys admitted in New York may use this program as part of their New York mandatory continuing legal education requirements.

Pennsylvania:

This Program has been approved by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for 4.0 Substantive Credits. 


Event Location
Holiday Inn: Clark, New Jersey (off GSP Exit 135)
Schedule of Events
Saturday
8:00 - 8:30 a.m.
Sign in/Registration & Breakfast (Included)
Saturday
8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Panel Lecture: Session One
Saturday
10:30 - 10:45 a.m.
Break
Saturday
10:45 - 12:45 p.m.
Panel Lecture: Session Two
Saturday
12:45 - 1:00 p.m.
Question & Answer Session

The program agenda for this year, to date, involves 29 new malpractice cases that discuss the following topics:

  • Affidavit of Merit
  • Affordable Care Act
  • Arbitration
  • Apportionment of Damages
  • Charitable Immunity
  • Choice of Law:
  • Common Knowledge Doctrine
  • Damages
  • Discovery of Hospital Investigations
  • Dismissal for Failure to Provide Discovery
  • Expert Testimony - Net Opinion
  • Expert Testimony - Scope of Opinion
  • Expert Testimony - Qualifications of Experts
  • Fees and Costs
  • Hospital Investigations
  • Informed Consent
  • Judgment Charge
  • Jury Deliberations
  • Legal Malpractice
  • Offer to Take Judgment
  • Proximate Causation
  • Reasonable Medical Probability
  • Remittitur
  • Self-Critical Analysis
  • Summations
  • Standard of Care / Existence of Duty
  • Statute of Limitations
  • Voir Dire
  • Witnesses, Unavailability
  • Wrongful Birth

New Jersey:

This Program has been approved by the New Jersey Board of Continuing Legal Education for 5.1 credits.  Of these, 0.0 qualify as Ethics/Professionalism and 5.1 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in civil trial law, criminal trial law, workers compensation law and/or matrimonial law.

New York:

Effective November 1, 2014, New Jersey is a "Group B" New York approved jurisdiction. Accordingly, attorneys admitted in New York may use this program as part of their New York mandatory continuing legal education requirements.

Pennsylvania:

This Program has been approved by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for 4.0 Substantive Credits.

*Please review the follwing documents required for this course below*

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Have Questions about the Course?

Abbott Brown, Esq.

Jon Lomurro, Esq.

Gary L. Riveles, Esq.


Plaintiff Side Speakers:

  1. Dennis M. Donnelly, Esq. - The Donnelly Law firm
  2. William Gold, Esq. - Bendit Weinstock, Esqs.
  3. Emily A. McDonough, Esq. - The McDonough Law Office

Defense Side Speakers

  1. Tom Pyle, Esq. - MacNeill, O'Neill and Riveles
  2. Renee Sherman, Esq. - Ruprecht, Hart, Weeks & Ricciardulli,
  3. Paul Schaaff, Esq. - Orlovsky, Moody, Schaaff and Conlon.

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