On September 19, 2019, Amber Barlow presented on the topic of “How to Prepare for Expert Witness Depositions” at the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel’s Skills Beyond the Courtroom CLE. She also was a guest speaker during the CLE’s breakout round table discussions on “Deposition Techniques.”
On January 31, 2019, Amber Barlow was a speaker at the LADC Winter Seminar. This event, a joint CLE with the Texas Association of Defense Counsel, took place in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. LSU Law Professor Bill Corbett joined Amber on the session Recent Developments in Tort Law. Read their paper, Recent Developments in Louisiana Tort Law 2017-18 here.
On January 29, 2019, Skylar Rudin and Marcus Hunter spoke for the Legal Professionals of New Orleans (LPNO). Their presentation, Tips for a Superstar Assistant, focused on what makes great associates and legal secretaries. Skylar and Marcus were invited to speak by the organization, whose purpose is to promote education of the law.
Michele Hale DeShazo gave a one-hour CLE presentation to the Covington Bar Association regarding developments in Louisiana law on prescription.
Michele Hale DeShazo spoke on a panel at the Louisiana Diversity Council’s Fifth Annual Louisiana Women’s Conference. This is Ms. DeShazo’s 2nd year participating in this conference.
The Louisiana Diversity Council’s mission is to enhance appreciation for and understanding of the value of diversity and inclusion. We will achieve success through the efforts and activities which:
Michele Hale DeShazo recently spoke before the Covington, Louisiana Bar Association on Medicare issues. Her CLE presentation was entitled, “Medicare Reporting: Navigating the Labyrinth of Regulations.”
On May 2, 2013, Michele Hale DeShazo spoke on a panel at the Louisiana State Bar Association’s CLE program, Superwomen: Female Attorneys Can Run the World.
Michele Hale DeShazo served on a panel at the Louisiana Diversity Council’s Fourth Annual Louisiana Women’s Conference, “Finding Health, Wealth, and Balance in 2012,” in New Orleans. The event included motivational talks from successful women from all professional fields, as well as a keynote speech by political strategist, Donna Brazile.
Michele Hale DeShazo spoke at the Asbestos Litigation Tsunami panel during the Seventh Annual Judicial Symposium on Civil Justice Issues at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. The conference featured an audience of state and federal judges from throughout the country. The lively panel discussed various hot-button issues, including bankruptcy transparency matters and other claim trends.
Janika Polk spoke at Louisiana’s 3rd Annual Women’s Conference.