If you can make it please attend – 

REMINDER TRIAL SKILLS CLE THIS FRIDAY
The DBA Trial Skills Section Invites You to its
Friday, October 12th Presentation at noon at the Belo:

It’s My First Trial – What Do I Do Now?
featuring
Shelly Greco of Eberstein & Witherite LLP,
Brian Lauten of Sawicki & Lauten LLP, and
Rob Radcliff of Langley Weinstein LLP

If you have your first trial coming up or ever wondered whether you are doing it right, this is the CLE for you. THIS FRIDAY, October 12, trial lawyers Shelly Greco of Eberstein & Witherite LLP, Brian Lauten of Sawicki & Lauten LLP, and Rob Radcliff of Langley Weinstein LLP will discuss trial organization, voir dire, and expert witness examinations.

 

A 1998 graduate of Texas Tech School of Law, Shelly Greco represented hospitals and physicians against medical malpractice claims before handling personal injury trial law including trucking accidents, car wrecks, medical malpractice, pharmaceutical cases, premises cases and work-place injuries with Eberstein & Witherite, LLP, where she showcases her courtroom experience, commitment, and support for victims and families. Greco was named a Rising Star by Texas Monthly in 2007 and in April of 2011 by Thomson Reuters as well as One of the Best Lawyers in Dallas according to D magazine in 2011. Greco received the 2009 John Howie Award for the Courageous Pursuit of Justice in the Face of Adversity, presented by Dallas Trial Lawyers Association.

Brian Lauten is a JD/MBA who has three separate board certifications: in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, in Civil Trial Law Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, and in Civil Pretrial Practice Advocacy by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification. Lauten practices with Sawicki & Lauten L.L.P. in the areas of commercial litigation, business litigation, legal malpractice, trade secrets, non-competition agreements, contract and real estate disputes, fiduciary litigation, partnership disputes as well as high stakes “bet the company” litigation and wrongful death. Recognized as a “Super Lawyer” by Texas Monthly magazine every year since 2003, Lauten is a member of the invitation-only Million Dollar Advocates forum, an organization consisting only of attorneys who have received multi-million dollar jury verdicts. Lauten is a member of the National Trial Lawyers Association, an organization that comprises the Top 100 plaintiff’s attorneys in each state. Lauten received the 2010 John Howie Award for the Courageous Pursuit of Justice in the Face of Adversity from the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association.

A 2000 graduate from SMU School of Law, Rob Radcliff represents businesses and individuals throughout the State of Texas from trial through appeal. With first chair trial experience, Rob has represented businesses in a wide variety of litigation matters including commercial matters, labor/employment matters, construction matters, and personal injury matters. Rob frequently writes about employment transition issues including non-compete agreements at www.smoothtransitionslawblog.com. Radcliff has been named a Rising Star by Texas Monthly from 2006 to 2012.

We hope that you can attend and bring a friend or colleague this Friday, October 12th at noon at the Belo Mansion!