Keys for Unlocking a Successful Mass Torts or Products Liability Practice
Are you a complex litigation practitioner looking for more strategies for success?
Then register now to join the NCAJ Products Liability, Class Action and Mass Torts Section on Friday, Jan. 20 at 1 p.m. for our virtual, half-day CLE — Keys for Unlocking a Successful Mass Torts or Products Liability Practice.
Our speakers will show you ways to leverage N.C. law to gain jurisdiction over out-of-state defendants, provide a primer on emerging litigation involving different types of chemical exposure, teach you how to get the most out of our state’s unfair and deceptive trade practices act, and perhaps most importantly, help you avoid the myriad ethical pitfalls that can arise in class actions and mass torts.
**Open to NCAJ Members Only**
Speakers and Topics
Welcome and Introductions by Program Chair
Developing Personal Jurisdictional Precedent in Product Liability Cases
Chemical Exposure Litigation Ins and Outs
Leveraging Udtp Claims In Class Actions And Products Liability Cases
Common Ethical Considerations for Class Actions and Product Liability Cases
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