An ELI Skills Seminar – CLE Credit Available!
This online skills workshop will train attorneys and environmental professionals on best practices for working with technical consultants in a legal context. Technical consultants, such as scientists and economists, often serve as experts who provide courtroom testimony to support litigation. However, these experts also provide necessary support for working with agencies, commenting on regulations, and evaluating transactions.
In this skills seminar, you will learn the “what, when, where, and how” of working with experts. The seminar will provide a course map for how to select and retain the best consultant for your needs, when rules of privilege attach and what to do if privilege is lost, how to communicate effectively with experts, and what restrictions experts operate under.
This session’s faculty will guide you through the process as you navigate your relationships with experts and they will provide invaluable insight that will benefit your next case, deal, or regulation as it relates to your practice as a whole.
Steven P. Solow, Partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP (moderator)
Lily Chinn, Partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
Yarissa Martinez, Engineer, Formerly with the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
Dr. Kent Van Liere, Senior Vice President, NERA Economic Consulting
CLE INFORMATION: READ CAREFULLY BEFORE REGISTERING
To receive CLE credit:
- You need to register for the webinar and provide payment to ELI prior to any applicable CLE deadline for your jurisdiction.
- If you desire CLE credit in a jurisdiction that we list as having pre-approved the session or that we have applied to for approval, you must still note on your webinar registration that you want CLE from that jurisdiction.
- You will need to actively respond to several polls that are presented during the live session. This means that you must be logged into the webinar and able to participate when the session begins at 12 noon ET and for the entire duration of the session.
- You will also need to complete an online survey. Your certificate of attendance will be emailed to you a week or so after the session.
To find out about the status of CLE approval in your jurisdiction:
- List of jurisdictions that have approved the event for CLE credit and number/type of hours approved. (This chart will be updated as jurisdictional approvals are received.)
- .If we receive your completed registration and by these deadlines, ELI will seek CLE pre-approval in these jurisdictions. (Also includes list of states in which we will not apply for approval for this online session--you may or may not be able to self-apply, depending on your jurisdiction's policies.)