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Mass Torts & Multidistrict Litigation

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member Steve Babin about Mass Torts and multidistrict litigation.

Mass Torts & Multidistrict Litigation

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member Steve Babin about Mass Torts and multidistrict litigation.

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Examining the World of Medical Malpractice

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Marc Pera about medical negligence claims. Specifically, they discuss the rising number of nurse practitioners and their involvement with treatment, discrediting defense experts, and Robinson v. Bates.

Examining the World of Medical Malpractice

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Marc Pera about medical negligence claims. Specifically, they discuss the rising number of nurse practitioners and their involvement with treatment, discrediting defense experts, and Robinson v. Bates.

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A New Perspective on the Practice of Law

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Eric Cameron about workers’ compensation and his views on the practice after an eye-opening experience during a hearing.

A New Perspective on the Practice of Law

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Eric Cameron about workers’ compensation and his views on the practice after an eye-opening experience during a hearing.

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Legal Consumers & Online Reviews

Host Sean Harris talks with Jordan Schuetzle and Mike Brown from FindLaw about online reviews and maintaining a positive online reputation.

Legal Consumers & Online Reviews

Host Sean Harris talks with Jordan Schuetzle and Mike Brown from FindLaw about online reviews and maintaining a positive online reputation.

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Let’s Talk Railroad Cases

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member, Florence Murray, about railroad worker cases, the Federal Employers Liability Act, and the growth of the industry.

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