Evidence and Trial Skills in Consumer Bankruptcy Cases

This session will use a common fact pattern and feature demonstrations of arguments and examinations regarding such evidentiary issues as whether a witness may appear by telephone, video or deposition; admissibility of expert testimony on value; whether an expert may rely on the testimony of other experts; when lay witness testimony on value may be admissible; and demonstrations of examinations of experts and nonexperts regarding valuation and other common issues that arise in evidentiary hearings. By extensively using role play, this session will create real settings for consumer bankruptcy attorneys to help them handle evidentiary hearings in bankruptcy court.

Price: $25.00
SKU: 173277
90 mins
Chief Judge Phillip J. Shefferly U.S. Bankruptcy Court (E.D. Mich.); Detroit Charles D. Bullock, Witness Stevenson & Bullock PLC; Southfield, Mich. Lisa S. Gretchko, Attorney Howard & Howard; Royal Oak, Mich. Michael Leib, Attorney Leibadr LLC; West Bloomfield, Mich.