Webinar: Resolving Civil Cases While Emerging from a Pandemic

ALFA's Complimentary Summer Webinar Series
CLE credit is available.

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With current limitations on traditional civil jury trials in many States, Courts and parties are re-examining alternatives such as Bench Trials, smaller juries, limitation of issues for trial and ADR options that may have been underutilized. A Roundtable of experienced trial attorneys will discuss the pros and cons of the alternatives.

Young Moore attorney Christopher A. Page is among the panelists. Chris is an experienced trial attorney, with special emphasis on representation of clients in the Hospitality & Retail industries, where he represents a number of national clients with all of their legal needs, including claims relating to employment, business disputes, trademark infringement, false advertising, premises accidents, and construction defects. After graduating summa cum laude from Duke University, Chris earned his law degree from the Yale Law School where he served as Senior Editor for the Yale Law Journal. Chris is the Chairman Emeritus of ALFAI’s Hospitality & Retail Practice Group, and is the former Chairman of ALFA’s Marketing Committee. He also serves on ALFAI’s Board of Directors. Chris is a frequent speaker at ALFAI seminars, and has created many presentations on a variety of litigation and management topics, including the 2018 opening session on the Innovation Imperative: Why Businesses Need to Create a Culture of Innovation to Survive.

Other panelist include:

For more information, please visit Resolving Civil Cases While Emerging from a Pandemic – A Roundtable Discussion. 

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