WAJ Introduces Downloadable
WAJ currently offers written materials in advance of its CLE programs
Effective in Spring, 2012, WAJ is pleased to offer electronic copies of its written seminar materials in advance of each Continuing Legal Education Seminar and we are previewing this new feature with the 2012 Spring Seminar.
All attendees at the 2012 Spring Seminar on March 23 will receive a hard copy of the written materials.
Effective with the 2012 Summer Seminar, hard copies of written seminar materials will only be available if purchased in advance for an additional $25 fee. All hard copies must be ordered at least fourteen days in advance of each CLE seminar to ensure availability.
Downloading written materials
To download individual presentation PDF materials, Click on the title of the presentations on the righthand side of this page.
If you wish to download all written materials at once, you may download them in batches for the morning and afternoon sessions:
In the future, each seminar registrant will be emailed a link on our website prior to each seminar to access the written materals.
This new process will help us create a more "green" seminar experience by eliminating paper and will allow attendees to better access their seminar materials anywhere and anytime using a web connection.
Edward J. Vopal, Habush Habush & Rottier SC, Green Bay
What are Those People Really Thinking?: Using Focus Groups
Kelly L. Centofanti, Centofanti Law SC, Mequon
Five Things That Should Be in Every Trial Notebook
Peter M. Young, Habush Habush & Rottier SC, Rhinelander
Metal on Metal Hip Implants: An Example of Multidistrict Litigation at Work
Robert L. Jaskulski, Habush Habush & Rottier, Milwaukee
Effectively Dealing With Claims Adjusters
L. Craig Nierman, Nierman Law, P.L.C., Coralville, IA
Worker's Comp for PI Lawyers:
What You Don't Know Will Hurt Your Client
Dennis H. Wicht, Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf, Milwaukee
Mistakes I've Seen and Made
Beth Osowski, Curtis Law Office, Oshkosh
How to Properly Assign a Bad Faith Claim
David H. Weber, Liebmann Conway Olejniczak & Jerry, Green Bay
Resolving by Arbitration
Gail Groy, Rizzo & Diersen SC, Kenosha
Strategies for Effective Discovery
Kristen E. Lonergan, Bremer & Trollop, SC, Wausau
Employee Rights Checklist: Spotting Good Cases to Take or Refer
Michael F. Brown, Peterson, Berk & Cross SC, Appleton
Richard J. Cayo, Halling & Cayo, S.C., Milwaukee
Going To Court With An iPad:
TrialPad App Makes Trial Presentation a Cinch
Ann S. Jacobs, Domnitz & Skemp, SC, Milwaukee
The Effect of New Insurance Law Changes on Personal Injury Cases
Jeffrey M. Berzowski, Di Renzo & Bomier LLC, Neenah
Wis. Stats. § 895.453:
Is it Legal for My Client’s Chiropractor to Pick My Pocket?
Jacob R. Reis, Habush Habush & Rottier, SC, Appleton
Surviving an Appeal
Amy M. Risseeuw, Peterson, Berk & Cross SC, Appleton
E-discovery and Disclosure
William C. Gleisner, III, Law Offices of William C. Gleisner III, Hartland
Investigating Dog Bite Claims
Debra Bursik, Bay Investigation Services, Green Bay