CLE – Civil Procedure in Connecticut’s State and Federal Courts: Similarities and Differences

  • 05:00 PM

A Program of the Federal Practice Section, Hartford County Bar Association:
Co-Chairs: Brian O’Donnell, Reid and Riege, P.C.; Michael Menapace, Wiggin and Dana LLP
Civil Procedure in Connecticut’s State and Federal Courts:  Similarities and Differences

The program will explore the most important and frequently encountered differences between federal and state court practice. Topics will include, among others, commencement of suit, assignment of judges, scheduling orders, written discovery, expert disclosures, use of medical records, out-of-state depositions, dispositive motions, jury selection, motions in limine, judgments, sanctions and alternative dispute resolution.

Panelists:
Hon. Michael P. Shea, United States District Court
Hon. Antonio C. Robaina, Connecticut Superior Court
Jonathan B. Orleans, Esq., Pullman & Comley LLC
Moderator:
Adam J. Blank, Esq., Wofsey, Rosen, Kweskin & Kuriansky, LLP

Thursday, October 17, 2013
05:00 p.m. Registration & Buffet dinner
05:30 to 07:30 p.m. Program
The Hartford Club 46 Prospect Street, Hartford.
This program qualifies for 2 CLE Credit Hours
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