Pincus Pro-Ed invites Jeffrey Davis to speak at Plaintiff Attorney’s Guide to the Medical Malpractice Pre-suit Seminar May 10th
This year Pincus Professional Education’s Plaintiff Attorney’s Guide to the Medical Malpractice Pre-suit Seminar will feature Miami ABOTA Chapter President Jeffrey Davis as one of its faculty speakers. Held on May 10th in Fort Lauderdale, the discussions will provide comprehensive coverage of what it takes to bring medical malpractice action to trial in Florida.
Comprised of labyrinthine statutes and rules that trap the unwary, Florida’s process for taking Medical Malpractice to court can be complicated. At the seminar, your faculty – all experts in Medical Malpractice litigation – will cover issues related to pre-suit investigation and procedure to help you prepare your case for the optimum result.
Presuit evaluation, case intake, the pre-suit screening process , review of recent case law,discussion of emerging legal issues, and other topics will also be on the agenda.
Established in 2005, Pincus is a National Continuing Professional Education program that provides the practical, quality, and accredited continuing legal education training required The Florida Bar Association. In addition to live seminars, Pincus also provides webinars, audio, and written materials for its courses which consist of a multiplicity of legal fields.
As ABOTA MIAMI President and a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, Jeff Davis is able to practice in both State and Federal Court.Mr. Davis is one of 350 lecturers this year joining Pincus’s fraternity of instructors – which includes State Supreme Court Justices, Federal Circuit Court Judges, and prestigious attorneys specializing in all legal practices. With 30 years of experience in medical malpractice, personal injury, wrongful death, and an Avvo rating of 10,Jeff Davis will provide Pincus’s clients a perspective of the law honed by knowledge and skill.
Source : American Board of Trial Advocates
THE AMERICAN BOARD OF TRIAL ADVOCATES SUPPORTS
CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERTS’ DEFENSE OF AN INDEPENDENT JUDICIARY
DALLAS (November 23, 2018)—The rule of law and the independence of the judiciary are fundamental, guiding principles of our historic, constitutional system of the separation of powers, created through the genius of our founding fathers, and so admired throughout the world. Our founders purposely designed the judicial branch to be apolitical. Judges are governed by the rule of law—not partisanship or shifting political winds.
Partisan assaults based on supposed political affiliation because of which administration nominated a judge perpetuates a troubling misperception of the role of our courts and their constitutional judicial independence.
Attacks on specific judges or specific appellate courts and threats to break up the courts are inappropriate and undermine the institutional credibility of our judicial system. As stated by Justice Neil M. Gorsuch during his confirmation hearings last year, these kinds of attacks are “demoralizing and disheartening.”
We applaud United States Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts for stating that:
“We do not have Obama judges or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges. What we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them. That independent judiciary is something we should all be thankful for.”
The American Board of Trial Advocates fully supports Chief Justice John Roberts’ statement and we give thanks for an independent judiciary.
National President, American Board of Trial Advocates
About the American Board of Trial Advocates
Founded in 1958, ABOTA is an invitation-only national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges. ABOTA and its members are dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the civil jury trial right provided by the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. ABOTA membership consists of more than 7,600 lawyers—equally balanced between plaintiff and defense — and judges in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
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American Board of Trial Advocates urges Executive Branch to alter border immigration policy
DALLAS (June 20, 2018) — The American Board of Trial Advocates condemns the forcible separation of children from their parents at the U.S. border and the detainment of these children in locked facilities. These actions are an offense to human decency, violate the tenets of the U.S. Constitution and impede the proper administration of justice.
The Department of Homeland Security confirmed last week that at least 2,000 children had been separated from their parents since the policy was announced in May 2018.
National President Cynthia McGuinn said: “Politics must be put aside in this matter. A zero-tolerance policy that leads to children being separated from their parents is inconsistent with America’s principles and values. We are a diverse country that has a rich history of the proper administration of justice and forcibly separating migrant children from their parents does not support the rule of law or due process.”
About the American Board of Trial Advocates
Founded in 1958, ABOTA is a national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges. ABOTA and its members are dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the civil jury trial right provided by the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. ABOTA membership consists of more than 7,600 lawyers — equally balanced between plaintiff and defense — and judges spread among 96 chapters in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.