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Pepper Hamilton 2016 Commercial Litigation CLE Update

Speakers: David S. Bralow, Lindsay D. Breedlove, Joanna J. Cline, Rachel Godsil, Kaitlin M. Gurney, Terry L. Mutchler, Gay Parks Rainville, John L. Schweder II, Eli Segal and Thomas E. Zemaitis

8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Pepper Hamilton 2016 Commercial Litigation CLE Update

Join us for an interactive seminar covering some of the leading topics in litigation today, as well as important concerns looming on the horizon. Our presenters will provide an in-depth look at major litigation-related issues and will offer attendees practical guidance on how these topics affect their litigation portfolios. Audience participation during the panels is encouraged, and attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage with presenters during this seminar.

8:00 AM | Breakfast and Registration
8:45 AM | Program

Topics and presenters include:

Third Circuit Update
Joanna J. Cline, Pepper Hamilton LLP
Lindsay D. Breedlove, Pepper Hamilton LLP
Eli Segal, Pepper Hamilton LLP

Native Advertising and Open Records
David S. Bralow, Pepper Hamilton LLP
Terry L. Mutchler, Pepper Hamilton LLP
Kaitlin M. Gurney, Pepper Hamilton LLP

"Implicit Bias in Civil Litigation"
Rachel Godsil, Director of Research & Co-Founder of the Perception Institute and Professor at Seton Hall Law School

Choose Your Own Adventure (Ethics)
Thomas E. Zemaitis, Pepper Hamilton LLP
Gay Parks Rainville, Pepper Hamilton LLP
John L. Schweder, II, Pepper Hamilton LLP

Click here for the detailed agenda.


Hyatt at The Bellevue
200 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102


There is no cost to attend, but this event is expected to fill up quickly. You are encouraged to register now by contacting Barbara Brady at bradyb@pepperlaw.com or 215.981.4020. Your registration will be confirmed via return email.

Additional Information

Approval is pending for 4.0 credits, including 1.0 ethics credit in Pennsylvania. New Jersey licensed attorneys may claim credit for this program under New Jersey’s reciprocity policy. Approval is pending for 4.5 substantive credits, including 1.0 ethics credit in New York. Approval is pending for 4.0 credits, including 1.0 ethics credit in Delaware.

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