On May 10, 2013, Paul Llewellyn will join Richard Eichmann from FTI Consulting at Bridgeport’s Conference on Business Damages Analysis and Modeling – Litigating and Proving Damages. Among other things, Paul and Richard will explore the legal criteria for proving damages, the different measures of monetary damages, and approaching the expert deposition.
This summer, Paul and Marc will both be featured speakers at Pincus Professional Education’s new seminar, Mastering the Deposition: A Critical Skills Workshop. The program will be held on July 11, 2013 at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco.
Marc and Paul will be speaking at the Pincus Superior Court Boot Camp – one of the nation’s leading litigation skills program. The program will be taking place in Los Angeles on October 25-26, 2012.
On October 10, 2012, Marc will be one of the featured speakers at the Bar Association of San Francisco’s seminar, “Working with In-House Counsel 101.” The other speakers include senior litigators from Yelp and Bank of the West. The panel will address topics such as the dos and don’ts of working with in-house counsel, winning cases without losing sight of costs, and best practices from the in-house perspective.
A strategic lawsuit against public participation (SLAPP) intends to censor, silence, or intimidate individuals by saddling them with a lawsuit until they are silenced. Most California litigators have at least heard of the statute, but many litigators do not know how the statute applies in federal court. In an article published in the San Francisco Daily Journal on April 30, 2012, Marc Lewis examines the application of the anti-SLAPP statute in federal court.