General Credit Hours: 8.5
CDs/DVDs may not ship until 4-6 weeks after the original program date below.
This one-day seminar has been designed to appeal to civil, criminal, and appellate practitioners. Those in attendance will benefit from a thorough discussion of the latest developments in Florida evidence law, and an exploration of difficult, recurring evidentiary issues.
Original Program Date: September 25, 2020
A View from the Bench – How to Avoid Daubert Pitfalls
Honorable Paul G. Byron, Orlando
How Ethics Saved Me
Jay Andrew Hebert, Esq., Tampa
Managing Electronic Data in Discovery and Discovery Analytics
Chad S. Roberts, Esq., Jacksonville
Expert’s Point of View – Challenging the Expert under Daubert
Ming Xiao, Ph.D., P.E., RIMKUS Consulting Group, Inc.
Remote Testimony – Admissibility Concerns (including Rules’ updates and uniform statute)
A. Brian Phillips, Esq., Orlando
Authenticity and Admissibility of Social Media and Digital Evidence
Moderated by H. Scott Fingerhut, Esq., Miami
Recent developments regarding the Florida Evidence Code and an Overview of the Interaction of the Rulemaking and Legislative Processes.
Course Number: 3524
Credit Hours:Professional Responsibility Credit Hours: 1
Ethics Credit Hours: 1
Technology Credit Hours: 3.5
Appellate Practice Credit Hours: 8.5
Business Litigation Credit Hours: 8.5
Civil Trial Credit Hours: 8.5
Criminal Appellate Law Credit Hours: 8.5
Criminal Trial Law Credit Hours: 8.5
Juvenile Law Credit Hours: 8.5