POSTPONED, DATE TBD
The transcript is an important document before, during, and after a trial. It is used for trial preparation, briefs, impeachment, purposes, and, of course, for appellate review. Property, freedom, and life can depend on a clear and accurate record. It aids in every attorney’s ability to represent their client. Frequently, cases are won and lost based on what’s on the record. Some cases are lost in trial that are subsequently won on appeal.
- New and existing court rules related to noting depositions
- Court reporting regulations that relate to depositions
- About a proposed new court rule
- Equal terms requirements
- How to use the services of a skilled stenographer to the fullest in the deposition and courtroom setting
- The role of artificial intelligence and voice recognition software
Bradford J. Axel | Stokes Lawrence; Washington Court Reporters Association, Legal Counsel
Brad protects the interests of small and large companies in the areas of antitrust, intellectual property and consumer protection. He also counsels the owners and managers of these companies on how to reduce their risk of litigation through sound business practices. Brad has represented a wide variety of businesses and individuals, including telecommunications companies, musical groups, artists, software companies, farmers, contractors, partnerships, non-profits, and small and large investors. Education: University of Michigan Law School, J.D., cum laude; Stanford University, B.A., International Relations.
If you must cancel, tuition will be refunded less a $10 administrative fee, so long as cancellation is received in writing to CLE@kcba.org by 5:00pm, March 24, 2020. After this date, no refunds will be permitted. However, substitute attendees are welcome.
Please advise KCBA in advance of any condition that may impact your participation at the seminar so we may arrange appropriate and comfortable accommodation in time for the program.