Conducted on April 4, 2017
Mastering the Standards for Fault, Causation and Damages in Foodborne Illness Litigation
Conducted on February 22, 2017
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Strafford webinars offer an excellent opportunity to train your entire staff—with no lost travel time or expenses.
Each live webinar features presentations by a panel of nationally recognized authorities, followed by an interactive Q&A session. In most cases, presentation materials can be viewed online or printed out and audio can be accessed via the web or a telephone.
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Very good breadth and depth of the subject matter - the speakers had a lot of experience and insight.
Ken J. Pedersen
Pedersen & Company
I appreciated that the webinar provided a narrow focus on a highly technical special interest area.
Karr Tuttle Campbell
Good breadth of information.
Lockridge Grindal Nauen
Content was superb.
Webb & Carey
I was pleased with the in-depth, comprehensive coverage of a fairly narrow but important set of issues.
Patricia L. Chapman
A very good nuts and bolts program on what to do in this area.
The Law Office of Carol Coplan Babbitt
I appreciated that the content provided a useful summary of the law in different jurisdictions.
Robert W. DiUbaldo
Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge
Very good current, practical and applicable discussion and information provided.
Clawson & Staubes
I appreciated the practical strategy issues raised by the speakers. The detailed information about specific techniques was especially helpful.
Faegre & Benson
I liked the practical insights, particularly when tied to cases the presenters had worked on.