Spring Continuing Legal Education Series
Fairmont Hotel | 501 Market Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
April 10, 12:00-1:00 pm | May 7, 7:30-8:30 am | June 5, 7:30-8:30 am
Gleason is pleased to present a series of continuing legal education sessions at the Fairmont Hotel in downtown Pittsburgh. Each of these sessions will cover different topics, which are detailed below. Please feel free to register for some or all sessions.
May 7: “Effective Use of an Expert in Dispute Resolution”
Honorable (Ret.) Thomas T. Frampton, Goehring Rutter & Boehm
Jerome (Jeb) B. Schmitt, Jr. CPA/ABV/CFF, CFE, Gleason Experts
Judge Frampton presided over in excess of a hundred jury trials and conciliated several hundred civil cases while serving for the Mercer County Court of Common Pleas for ten years. Judge Frampton’s alternative dispute resolution practice focuses on commercial and business disputes, medical malpractice and other professional negligence, oil and gas issues, construction disputes, products liability, employment issues and personal injury. The presenters will discuss the benefits of retaining an expert to work directly with neutrals as part of a dispute resolution process.
June 5: “Personal Economic Damage Concepts, Considerations and Methods”
Douglas S. King, CPA/ABV/CFF, CTP, Gleason Experts
Presentation of the concepts, considerations and methods used by economists/accountants in calculating economic damages in personal injury, wrongful death and employment termination/discrimination matters, and medical malpractice claims. Topics covered will include lost earnings, fringe benefits, household services, personal maintenance, discounting, and future medical expenses.
April 10: “Data Analytics in Litigation” – COMPLETE
William G. Krieger, CPA/ABV/CFF, CFE, CGMA, Gleason Experts
Nicole A. Snyder, CPA/ABV/CFF, CFE, CITP, Gleason Experts
This CLE presentation explores the use of data analytics in a litigation setting, including a high-level overview of common technological tools used by financial experts. The presentation focuses on litigation case studies that exemplify the ways in which data analytics can be used to thoroughly and efficiently develop and argue your case.