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All archived webinars are merely for educational and viewing purposes ONLY. NO CLE CREDIT will be given for watching the archived webinar.

When "the Truth" is found to be Lies: Identifying and handling experts who deceive

TASA ID: 12912

Note: This webinar was approved for CLE credit in CA, NJ, PA and IL (general and professional responsibility: Legal Ethics). 

Disclaimer: Please remember that if you are applying for CLE credit you must attend for the full 60 minutes of the LIVE presentation, not the ONDemand version. If a participant is seeking credit in states we are not approved to issue credit and the participating party seeking credit incurs a fee to receive said credit, it is not the obligation of TASA to remit payment for such credit. It is the participant's obligation to remit payment to the state in which they would like to receive credit.

On October 27, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction anatomic pathologist Dr. David Strayer, presented a one-hour, interactive webinar presentation, When "the Truth" is found to be Lies: Identifying and handling experts who deceive, for all legal professionals. During this presentation, Dr. Strayer tried to help you identify and address concerns relating to inappropriate or deceptive expert witness testimony.  What was said and what was suggested will reflect his experience as an expert witness, mainly relating to causation analysis.

Part II: When "the Truth" is found to be Lies: Identifying and handling experts who deceive

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Note: This webinar was approved for CLE credit in CA, NJ, PA and IL (general and professional responsibility: Legal Ethics). 

Disclaimer: Please remember that if you are applying for CLE credit you must attend for the full 60 minutes of the LIVE presentation, not the ONDemand version. If a participant is seeking credit in states we are not approved to issue credit and the participating party seeking credit incurs a fee to receive said credit, it is not the obligation of TASA to remit payment for such credit. It is the participant's obligation to remit payment to the state in which they would like to receive credit.

On October 28, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction anatomic pathologist Dr. David Strayer, presented part two of a one-hour, interactive webinar presentation, Part II: When "the Truth" is found to be Lies: Identifying and handling experts who deceive, for all legal professionals. During this presentation, Dr. Strayer tried to help you identify and address concerns relating to inappropriate or deceptive expert witness testimony.  What is said and what is suggested will reflect his experience as an expert witness, mainly relating to causation analysis.

Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana:

A Medical Evidence Based Perspective

TASA ID: 20522

Note: This webinar is approved for CLE credit in CA, IL, NJ, and PA.

Disclaimer: Please remember that if you are applying for CLE credit you must attend for the full 60 minutes of the LIVE presentation, not the ONDemand version. If a participant is seeking credit in states we are not approved to issue credit and the participating party seeking credit incurs a fee to receive said credit, it is not the obligation of TASA to remit payment for such credit. It is the participant's obligation to remit payment to the state in which they would like to receive credit.

On May 13, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction with medical cannabis expert Dr. Rachna Patel, presented a one-hour, interactive webinar presentation, Driving under the Influence of Marijuana: A Medical Evidence Based Perspective, for all legal professionals. During this presentation, Dr. Patel provided medical evidence-based answers to the following questions:

•             Does Marijuana actually impair ability to drive?

•             Is testing for THC (the main psychoactive substance in cannabis) a reliable means to measure impairment?

•             How does Marijuana affect psychomotor performance?

•             How does Marijuana affect driving performance?

•             Does the dose of Marijuana consumed matter?

•             Is there a correlation between THC blood levels and degree of impairment?

•             How to test for marijuana?

•             What are legal limits for marijuana?

Valuing Damages in Labor and Employment Cases: Discrimination | Fair Pay Act | Wrongful Termination | Class Action

TASA ID: 10362

On May 6, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction with forensic economist Nora Ostrofe, presented a one-hour, interactive webinar presentation, Valuing Damages in Labor and Employment Cases: Discrimination | Fair Pay Act | Wrongful Termination | Class Action, for all legal professionals.

During this presentation, Nora Ostrofe discussed:

• The fundamentals of how economists calculate damage claims in discrimination, Fair Pay Act, wrongful termination, and class action (including wage and hour) cases.

• State and Federal Equal Pay Act, and Title VII discrimination cases often require detailed calculations of compensation with, and without, discrimination.

• Wrongful termination wage loss claims, or calculations of back pay and front pay, can be quite challenging.

• Class action cases frequently require management and analysis of voluminous and frequently disorderly data sets.

• Perspectives that experts can take that influence value.

• Useful practice pointers, such as: minimizing economic expert fees; obtaining economic data through discovery from recalcitrant opposing counsel; and how to depose and cross examine economic experts.

Police and Crisis Intervention – A Crisis in Itself

TASA ID: 321

On March 31, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction with law enforcement and safety expert Timothy Dimoff, presented a one-hour interactive webinar presentation, Police and Crisis Intervention – A Crisis in Itself, for all legal professionals. During this presentation, Tim Dimoff discussed:

• Definitions of The Use of Force Continuum and how it is to be used when responding to active situations.

• Various types of crisis situations that law enforcement encounters including mental illness, domestic violence, disorderly conduct, suicidal situations, autism, impairment, fear, and more.

• Current training protocols for officers to understand and recognize the clues and behaviors of persons who may be in a mental health crisis vs. being mentally ill. 

• Proper officer responses to a person in crisis situation including risk assessment; determining potential threats; recognizing rage or anger vs. fright; recognizing and utilizing protocols for responding to dementia, cognitive impairment, delusions, paranoia, and more. 

• The debate of how defunding of police can affect the risks and potential harm to other first responders when responding to people in crisis situations. 

Disclaimer: Please remember that if you are applying for CLE credit you must attend for the full 60 minutes of the LIVE presentation, not the ONDemand version. If a participant is seeking credit in states we are not approved to issue credit and the participating party seeking credit incurs a fee to receive said credit, it is not the obligation of TASA to remit payment for such credit. It is the participant's obligation to remit payment to the state in which they would like to receive credit

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