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Scott Stanley speaking at TLABC Seminar, "Dealing with Doubt: Plaintiffs Personal Injury 2013"
Murphy Battista
February 1, 2013

Scott Stanley speaking at TLABC Seminar, “Dealing with Doubt: Plaintiffs Personal Injury 2013”

J. Scott Stanley, a lawyer here at Murphy Battista LLP, will be speaking at a seminar organized by the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia, titled “Dealing with Doubt: Plaintiff’s Personal Injury 2013”. This full day event will focus on different aspects of dealing with cynical or suspicious decision makers as a plaintiff’s lawyer in personal injury disputes. As the event description explains:

“You know that at each stage of the case you will likely encounter a key decision maker who is skeptical: witnesses, family doctors, potential experts, adjusters, defence counsel, judges, and jurors.”

The program is designed to provide plaintiff’s counsel with the background knowledge and modern tools necessary to present evidence of injury and loss in ways designed to win over skeptical decision makers.

Scott will be presenting a paper titled, “Bad Faith, Policy Limits and the Skeptical Insurer “ along with North Vancouver personal injury lawyer Faith E. Hayman.

The event takes place on Friday, February 22, 2013 at the Renaissance Vancouver Hotel Harbourside.

You can register online or by signing up at the event itself (a registration table will open at 8:00am).

Note: The seminar is only available to TLABC members who limit their practices to working exclusively for plaintiffs.

The seminar qualifies for 6.5 hours of LSBC Continuing Professional Development credits including one embedded hour of professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations.


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