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Dear Bill,

Great idea would give the lawyers a field day and probably turn FBI wild let
alone all the other 3 letter organizations in teh US.


John Nichols

At 20:18 16/03/98 -0800, you wrote:
>Hmmm. Sounds like a good place to conduct an Anthrax experiment.
>Just kidding.
>Bill Allen
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>Subject:	Issues in Forensic Engineering '98
>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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