‘Trial Evidence for the Ohio Practitioner’ CLE seminar scheduled for May 21

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As part of our Professional Development Series, the Strauss Troy will present an in-house seminar on Tuesday, May 21, beginning at 9:15 a.m. for registration (Breakfast will be served).  The presentation is titled, “Trial Evidence for the Ohio Practitioner” and qualifies for 6.0 CLE Credit Hours.  The presentation qualifies for New Lawyer Training in Ohio.  The program has been submitted to the Kentucky Bar Association for approval/accredited continuing legal education activity.

The presentation examines in depth the essential elements of the effective use of evidence in the trial setting, including the use of witnesses, demonstrative evidence, understanding hearsay, expert testimony, and admissibility.

  • 9:15 am          Registration (Breakfast will be served)
  • 9:30                Trial Evidence for the Ohio Practitioner begins
  • 11:00               Break
  • 11:15               Program resumes
  • 12:45 pm         Break/Lunch (provided)
  • 1:30                Program resumes
  • 4:30                Environmental Site Assessments

To register, please contact Terry L. Reddington at 513.629.9469 or TLReddington@strausstroy.com by Friday, April 26th if you plan to attend.


A note from our Program Moderator, Charles C. Ashdown:

We will begin promptly at 9:30 a.m.

The Supreme Court Commission on CLE has requested that we advise you that during this seminar, phones should be muted or turned off.  If you must take a call during the presentations, please take the call outside of the room.

Out of respect for your colleagues and speakers, the Commission asks that you not read the paper or engage in other activities that may be distracting to your fellow colleagues.

Please note scheduled breaks will be offered during the seminar.

The amount of CLE credit you are eligible to receive may be reduced if you are absent during the seminar.  If you need to leave during the seminar, please make the appropriate deduction from your request for CLE credit.

CLE regulations require that we submit requests for credit within 30 days of the date of the seminar or be assessed a late fee.  If you leave without completing the appropriate paperwork, your credit will not be reported.

If you have a question for the speaker during the presentation, please feel free to submit your inquiry to questions@ohiobar.org with “Trial Evidence for the Ohio Practitioner” in the subject line or call 1-800-232-7124, and let the operator know that you have a question for the seminar speaker.