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The Abusive Litigaiton Seminar is Coming February 4

The Georgia ICLE Abusive Litigation Seminar will be held against this year at the State Bar of Georgia, downtown Atlanta at 104 Marietta St. NW, on February 4, 2015.  This is one of the better attended CLE events, and it boasts one of the longest running, in tact, faculty going.

This seminar covers all aspects of abusive litigation in Georgia.

For over a decade, this seminar has boasted a core group of speakers that include Frank J. Beltran, Kim M. Jackson, James W. Penland, Christine L. Mast, and Hugh C. Wood.  The written materials have been used and updated for over a decade, and could be marketed as its own treatise.  The written materials are essentially a hornbook on Georgia attorney fee and abusive litigation law.

In addition, the seminar attracts some of the best and brightest judges in Georgia each year.  This year, the participating judges include Hon. David E. Nahmias, Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia, a Court of Appeals panel consisting of judges Hon. Sara L. Doyle, Christopher J. McFadden, Elizabeth L. Branch, and J.D. Smith, and Fulton County Superior Court Judge Hon. Christopher S. Brasher.

It starts early (8:10) and ends early (3:00).  The schedule is here.

The seminar is presided by Frank J. Beltran and Kim M. Jackson.

If you litigate civil cases, this is a seminar you want to attend.

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