Litigation Department partners John D. North and Eric Tunis will present the seminar “Tools of the Trade: Procedural Devices Available to the Trial Lawyer,” sponsored by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education. This seminar will be presented three times over the course of the summer: Saturday, May 31 at The Westin in Mt. Laurel, NJ; Saturday, June 28 at the Crowne Plaza in Fairfield, NJ; and Thursday, August 21 at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick, NJ.
Mr. North and Mr. Tunis will offer tips and strategies for implementing the rules of evidence, to include the use of:
- Motions in limine
- NJRE 104 hearings
- Limiting instructions and curative instructions to blunt the effect of damaging evidence
- Objections and sidebars to control the difficult witness
- Suppression motions and hearings
- Other limited purpose evidence
Mr. North is the author of the NJICLE treatise “A Trial Lawyer’s Strategic Guide to the New Jersey Rules of Evidence,” which will be available for purchase at the seminar. Focusing his practice in commercial litigation, construction litigation and in professional liability and negligence matters, Mr. North has tried over 75 jury cases to verdict, including significant cases in the fields of banking, insurance, legal malpractice, medical malpractice, products liability, and construction.
Mr. Tunis focuses primarily on white collar criminal and civil litigation, criminal and internal investigations, and appellate work, with a concentration in the areas of securities, commercial and employment law. He has represented numerous clients in civil and criminal proceedings, including jury and bench trials and internal investigations.
Additional program information and registration details are available at www.NJICLE.com.