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Live Webcast – January 21, 2021
- 12:00-1:00pm PT / 1:00-2:00pm MT / 2:00-3:00pm CT / 3:00-4:00pm ET
This course discusses key aspects of selecting, preparing and trying slip and fall cases against private premised owners – from selecting the right case and evaluating a client, to key discovery issues and trial presentation.
Arkady Itkin specializes in a wide range of labor and employment related issues, claims and wrongful termination cases on both, employee and employer side, business formation and litigation as well as serious personal injury case and medical malpractice. He is licensed to practice law in the State of California and Northern and Eastern U.S. District Courts. Mr. Itkin regularly takes injury and employment cases to trial and arbitration. Mr. Itkin graduated from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 2007, and received his M.A. in Philosophy with the emphasis on Greek/Roman philosophy at San Francisco State University. Prior to, and while attending law school, Mr. Itkin worked as a paralegal and a law clerk in several prominent civil litigation law firms in San Francisco and Sacramento, including the Choulos, Choulos & Wyle firm in San Francisco, and the legal department of Union Pacific Railroad Company in Sacramento.
1 General Credit
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- Selecting a client – the right injury, the right personality, evidence of liability, skeletons, preserving importance evidence
- Filing a case – naming the right defendants and pleading your case correctly
- Written Discovery – get all the critical documents establishing liability
- Plaintiffs Deposition – prepare the Plaintiff the right way
- Defendant’s Deposition – ask the right, leading questions of the PMQ
- Trial – keep it simple; importance of videos and pictures, if available