It’s been a busy time at Eric J Hertz, PC, and the train just keeps on rolling.
The firm recently completed two very successful and prestigious speaking engagements. The first was the Connectionology Seminar of America in Charlotte, NC, where Attorney Eric J. Hertz shared his knowledge and war stories on the topic of “The Methodology of Obtaining The Best Experts and Results for your Case”. Mr. Hertz was joined at the event by a number of nationally renowned speakers, including John Romano, Doug Beam, Dr Harvey Moore, Dino Colombo, Liz Zwibel, and many more.
Directly following the Connectionology Seminar, Managing Attorney Camille Godwin spoke for the American Association of Justice at its Nursing Home webinar. Ms. Godwin is widely considered the top litigator in the country for Nursing Home trials. She spoke on the topic of analyzing Nursing Home cost reports and using them effectively in depositions and at trial.
Not to worry if you missed these events. Mr. Hertz and Ms. Godwin have additional speaking engagements coming up that focus on Nursing Home litigation. Ms. Godwin will be a featured speaker at the American Associations of Justice’s Annual event in Denver, Colorado, from July 7th through July 11th. She will be discussing the “Admissibility of Cost Reports: Newest Developments and Pitfalls from the Trenches” at the Nursing Home Litigation Group CLE session.
Eric J. Hertz, meanwhile, will be continuing his 20-year+ tradition of chairing seminars at the Georgia ICLE and is presenting a new Nursing Home CLE on September 6, 2018. There will be many renowned speakers presenting at this event on topics including:
• Overview of Long-Term Care Issues
• Regulations and Nursing Homes
• Discovery in Nursing Home Cases– Plaintiff and Defense
• Ethics in Litigation
• Connecting with the Jury
• Opening Statements in Nursing Home Cases
• Dealing with Bills and Liens
• Professionalism in Mediation and Arbitration
Please mark your calendars. We hope to re-engage with friends and colleagues, as well as make new ones!
Eric J. Hertz