Join the authors of The Deposition Handbook, 6th Edition, (forthcoming 2024) to discover the latest techniques for powerful, dispositive depositions. Dennis R. Suplee, David B. Markowitz, Nicole Reimann, R. Kyle Busse, and Alison R. Gutierrez discuss strategies, concepts, and advanced techniques for this critical case component. These renowned deposition experts draw from over 100 years of collective experience.
Markowitz Herbold attorneys Laura Salerno Owens and Erin Dawson will present on the topic of depositions to the Multnomah Bar Association's Young Litigators Section.
Unemployment insurance (UI) benefits are the sole means of temporary wage replacement for workers and are crucial in preventing individuals and families from spiraling into poverty. Markowitz Herbold attorney and pro bono lawyer for Legal Aid Services of Oregon, Dallas DaLuca, is participating in a panel discussion on representing low-income claimants with UI benefits controversies in Oregon, the need for pro bono assistance, and how private attorneys and legal aid advocates can get involved and provide critical help.
Markowitz Herbold attorneys Chad Colton and Stephen Deatherage will discuss writing and arguing motions before young lawyers participating in the Oregon Association of Defense Counsel's Defense Practice Academy.
Markowitz Herbold attorney Adam Starr and Barran Liebman attorney Wilson Jarrell will discuss the effective preparation of summary judgment motions and presentation of oral argument, including what to cover in the motions and arguments, how to organize the arguments for maximum persuasive impact, how and when to use exhibits, best practices for presenting oral argument, responding to questions from the judge, and other useful information for preparing for and arguing summary judgment in state and federal court.
Markowitz Herbold attorneys David Markowitz, Laura Salerno Owens, and Kyle Busse discuss all things deposition at this day-long workshop.
Join Markowitz Herbold trial lawyer Chad Colton of Markowitz Herbold for this presentation about the intricacies of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6) depositions and their significance for attorneys and companies facing pending and future litigation.
Markowitz Herbold attorney Hannah Hoffman will be speaking about First Amendment issues at the Oregon State Bar's Government Law Section and the Oregon City Attorneys Association's 2023 Government Law Review.
Markowitz Herbold lawyers Adam Starr and Jordan Pahl will discuss the nuts & bolts of documenting settlement agreements including the essential parts of settlement, standard forms, and the difference between a settlement judge and a mediator.
Join us for this discussion with Markowitz Herbold attorneys Chad Colton and April Stone as they provide an overview of federal rule changes on the horizon that will have implications for federal civil, criminal, bankruptcy, and appellate practice, including changes to the rules of evidence concerning the admissibility of expert testimony.
Markowitz Herbold attorney David Markowitz will present at the 2023 Annual OSB Family Law Conference on the topic of persuading the trial judge.
Markowitz Herbold attorneys Kerry Shepherd, Anit Jindal, April Stone, and Hannah Hoffman will discuss the top issues facing municipalities including housing and homeless issues, public records and meetings, as well as 1983 disputes at the League of Oregon Cities' Annual Fall Conference.