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- Date: Mon, 16 Mar 1998 21:03:19 EST
The third annual seminar of the Forensic Engineering Technical Group of the Los Angeles Section of ASCE will be held at the University of California Irvine on May 15, 1998 from 8 am to 4 pm. Seminar Theme: "The Future of Forensic Engineering" Featured Speakers: Philip J. Kolczynski, Esq. "Ethical challenges for expert witnesses" Harold Coleman, Esq. "Expert do's and don'ts from a mediator's perspective" Jeriel Smith, Esq. of Gibbs, Giden, Locher & Acret "Plaintiff attorney's expectations of expert witnesses" Jerry Kurland, Esq. of JAMS Endispute "The future of mediation in settling complex disputes" Kyle D. Kring, Esq. of Kring and Brown "The effects of recent case law on construction defect litigation" The seminar will include continental breakfast , lunch, parking, and workshop materials. The price is $125 prepaid before April 8, 1998 or $140 at the door. Exhibit spaces are available. For inquiries or for a registration form, please contact one of the following Forensic Engineering Technical Group Board members: Jason Jazayeri 714-263-1920 Steve Helfrich 909-792-7366 Steve Kent 714-224-3808 Richard Foley 714-549-9595 Steve Provenghi 213-662-1184
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