Fundamentals of Oregon Civil Trial Procedure (On Demand)

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SUMMARY
Whether you are new to trial practice or simply need a refresher on basic trial skills, this seminar features some of Oregon’s most experienced practitioners and judges.
DESCRIPTION

Whether you are new to trial practice or simply need a refresher on basic trial skills, this seminar features some of Oregon’s most experienced practitioners and judges. From the art of drafting complaints and answers to the anatomy of a trial, attorneys and judges share their expertise. Get tips for taking and defending depositions. Review the discovery basics, including discovery requests, subpoenas, and other general discovery provisions. Learn what a closing argument should include. Gain valuable insight on best and worst practices for documenting settlement agreements. In addition, a circuit court judge shares best practices for courtroom conduct, while a panel of judges discusses how to protect your appeal.

Cosponsored by the Litigation Section.

Presented by:
• Courtney Angeli, Buchanan Angeli Altschul Sullivan LLP, Portland
• John Bachofner, Jordan Ramis PC, Vancouver
• The Honorable Channing Bennett, Marion County Circuit Court, Salem
• David Eder, Thuemmel Uhle and Eder, Portland
• Stanton Gallegos, Markowitz Herbold PC, Portland
• Steve Larson, Stoll Berne PC, Portland
• Gretchen Mandekor, Rosenbaum Law Group PC, Portland
• Nathan Morales, Perkins Coie LLP, Portland
• The Honorable Lynn Nakamoto, Oregon Supreme Court, Salem
• The Honorable Adrienne Nelson, Oregon Supreme Court, Salem
• Dennis Rawlinson, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, Portland
• Adam Starr, Markowitz Herbold PC, Portland
• Kimberly Anne Stuart, Washington County Counsel, Hillsboro
• Joel Sturm, Thuemmel Uhle and Eder, Portland

9 Oregon Practice and Procedure credits
ID 57679, 09/26/2019
Complete by 09/26/2022
for Oregon credit

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Please note that it may take up to 30 days after you complete an online seminar for it to appear on your online MCLE Compliance Report at www.osbar.org.

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