As a follow up to my previous post at the National Academy of Neuropsychology’s (NAN) 27th Annual Conference in Scottsdale, AZ, below is a link to an MP3 of my presentation. The topic of the presentation was “Neuropsychology in the Courtroom.”
I recently served as a presenter at the 6th Annual “Understanding The Medical and Legal Aspects of Brain Injury Litigation” Course sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of New York. Here is a podcast of my presentation, Use of Medical Literature in Brain Injury Litigation.
Daubert and Expert Testimony Podcast from the NABIS Seminar September 2005.
Greetings from Toronto where I am at the 2005 ATLA Annual Convention. I have just finished giving my presentation Discounting to Present Value: Does Their Have to be a Reduction?
It is hard to believe that today is the one year anniversary of the Traumatic Brain Injury Law Blog. I would like to thank everyone that has taken the time to read this blog, post a comment or email me a suggestion. When I started this blog, I wanted it to be a place that was easy to locate and had up-to-date information about acquired brain injury. I am happy to say that I think we have accomplished our objectives.
Last week I had the good fortune to speak to a group of young people about one of my passions, being an attorney. The presentation I made highlighted some of my experience over the past 20 years in the legal profession and the benefits of having a law degree.
I am happy announce that today’s post is the Brain Injury Blog’s first podcast. On Saturday, February 26, I was the Co-Chair of an ATLA-NJ Educational Foundation seminar titled, Trying the Auto Case: Openings to Summation. For my part of the day’s program, I spoke to the audience about effective strategies for cross examining defendant’s… Continue Reading