All John Day (5 Hour Bundle)

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  1. Tennessee Law of Jury Selection
    In case you are feeling rusty because you’ve not tried a jury trial lately, John will bring you into the groove with his comprehensive discussion of the law concerning jury selection in civil cases.

    Please view by December 31, 2020 for 2020 credits, or by September 14, 2021 for 2021 credits.

    IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY: Please verify when you register for an online CLE course that you have not previously attended the program during the live presentation or video replay. The CLE Commission will not approve CLE credit for the same course even if it is taken in a different calendar year.
    Presenters
    John A. Day
    John Day is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Specialist and has been a trial lawyer since 1981. He is the author of Day on Torts: Leading Cases in Tennessee Tort Law and Tennessee Law of Civil Trial, and co-author of Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault. John was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2002 and currently serves on the Board of Regents for the College.

    Recently, John was elected to the International Society of Barristers. He has been recognized...More


    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Tennessee Law of Jury Selection - Video
    • Tennessee Law of Jury Selection - Paper
    Credit
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    TN
  2. 10 Things Civil Trial Lawyers Ought to Know - Procedure/Evidence Tips (Part 1)
    John will guide you as only John can through a discussion of the essential procedural and evidentiary issues that every civil trial lawyer must understand to succeed.

    Please view by December 31, 2020 for 2020 credits, or by September 14, 2021 for 2021 credits.

    IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY: Please verify when you register for an online CLE course that you have not previously attended the program during the live presentation or video replay. The CLE Commission will not approve CLE credit for the same course even if it is taken in a different calendar year.
    Presenters
    John A. Day
    John Day is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Specialist and has been a trial lawyer since 1981. He is the author of Day on Torts: Leading Cases in Tennessee Tort Law and Tennessee Law of Civil Trial, and co-author of Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault. John was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2002 and currently serves on the Board of Regents for the College.

    Recently, John was elected to the International Society of Barristers. He has been recognized...More


    This seminar includes the following components:
    • 10 Things Civil Trial Lawyers Ought to Know - Procedure/Evidence Tips (Part 1) - Video
    • 10 Things Civil Trial Lawyers Ought to Know - Procedure/Evidence Tips (Part 1) - Paper
    Credit
    Click on jurisdiction for specific details
    TN
  3. 10 Things Civil Trial Lawyers Ought to Know - Procedure/Evidence Tips (Part 2)
    John will continue his discussion of the essential procedural and evidentiary issues that every civil trial lawyer must understand to succeed, in this part two of what you should know.

    Please view by December 31, 2020 for 2020 credits, or by September 14, 2021 for 2021 credits.

    IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY: Please verify when you register for an online CLE course that you have not previously attended the program during the live presentation or video replay. The CLE Commission will not approve CLE credit for the same course even if it is taken in a different calendar year.
    Presenters
    John A. Day
    John Day is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Specialist and has been a trial lawyer since 1981. He is the author of Day on Torts: Leading Cases in Tennessee Tort Law and Tennessee Law of Civil Trial, and co-author of Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault. John was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2002 and currently serves on the Board of Regents for the College.

    Recently, John was elected to the International Society of Barristers. He has been recognized...More


    This seminar includes the following components:
    • 10 Things Civil Trial Lawyers Ought to Know - Procedure/Evidence Tips (Part 2) - Video
    • 10 Things Civil Trial Lawyers Ought to Know - Procedure/Evidence Tips (Part 2) - Paper
    Credit
    Click on jurisdiction for specific details
    TN
  4. Tort and Comparative Fault Law Updated 2020 (Part 1)
    No one leaves a Day on Torts session without being impressed with John’s comprehensive knowledge of this area of the law. In this two-part session, John will review and comment on recent tort and comparative fault opinions to help you navigate this complex and ever-changing area of the law.

    Please view by December 31, 2020 for 2020 credits, or by September 14, 2021 for 2021 credits.

    IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY: Please verify when you register for an online CLE course that you have not previously attended the program during the live presentation or video replay. The CLE Commission will not approve CLE credit for the same course even if it is taken in a different calendar year.
    Presenters
    John A. Day
    John Day is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Specialist and has been a trial lawyer since 1981. He is the author of Day on Torts: Leading Cases in Tennessee Tort Law and Tennessee Law of Civil Trial, and co-author of Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault. John was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2002 and currently serves on the Board of Regents for the College.

    Recently, John was elected to the International Society of Barristers. He has been recognized...More


    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Tort and Comparative Fault Law Updated 2020 (Part 1) - Video
    • Tort and Comparative Fault Law Updated 2020 (Part 1) - Handout
    Credit
    Click on jurisdiction for specific details
    TN
  5. Tort and Comparative Fault Law Updated 2020 (Part 2)
    John continues his review of the recent tort and comparative fault opinions, giving you an up-to-the-minute picture of the current state of the law in this practice area and offering his expert analysis of how emerging trends will likely affect your practice.

    Please view by December 31, 2020 for 2020 credits, or by September 14, 2021 for 2021 credits.

    IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY: Please verify when you register for an online CLE course that you have not previously attended the program during the live presentation or video replay. The CLE Commission will not approve CLE credit for the same course even if it is taken in a different calendar year.
    Presenters
    John A. Day
    John Day is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Specialist and has been a trial lawyer since 1981. He is the author of Day on Torts: Leading Cases in Tennessee Tort Law and Tennessee Law of Civil Trial, and co-author of Tennessee Law of Comparative Fault. John was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2002 and currently serves on the Board of Regents for the College.

    Recently, John was elected to the International Society of Barristers. He has been recognized...More


    This seminar includes the following components:
    • Tort and Comparative Fault Law Updated 2020 (Part 2)
    • Tort and Comparative Fault Law Updated 2020 (Part 2) - Handout
    • Compendium of Tennessee Tort Reform Statutes and Related Case Law (9th Ed.) - Paper
    Credit
    Click on jurisdiction for specific details
    TN

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