Association of Corporate Counsel Webcast: Employee Witness Preparation

7/22/2009

Litigation

Webcast

Arturo J. González

Arturo J. González

Sponsorship

Presented by Association of Corporate Counsel’s Litigation Committee and Morrison & Foerster LLP

All too often, inadequate witness preparation takes place on the eve of a hearing, deposition or trial, and your corporate client suffers accordingly. This webcast provides practical advice for better handling the preparation of corporate witnesses. Who should prepare the witness? What method works best? You will also learn how to avoid common pitfalls with proper preparation strategy.

For your convenience, this one-hour ACC program will be offered to you in your office via webcast. The rate for ACC members interested in CLE is $75; for non-members interested in CLE credit, the cost of the webcast is $175. For those interested in joining the webcast without receiving CLE credit, the program is complimentary. For more information about the ACC and its membership benefits, please see below.

Click here to register for the program.

Speakers:

  • Arturo J. González, Morrison & Foerster LLP
  • Mark Phillips, Phillips Partners, Inc.
  • Dan Waldman, Cypress Semiconductors

Moderator:

  • Kerry Schalders, R.H. Donnelley & ACC Litigation Committee Webcasts Chair

Association of Corporate Counsel

With over 24,000 members employed by more than 10,000 organizations in 80 countries, the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) is the world’s largest organization serving the professional and business interests of attorneys who practice in the legal departments of corporations, associations, and other private-sector organizations around the globe. To find out more about the benefits of ACC membership, click here.

CLE Credit

ACC Member: Enter billing code ACC-WEB-45 to save $100
Non-member: $175
Non-CLE: Complimentary

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