This practice-oriented half-day program homes in on the specific
provisions of the CPLR with which matrimonial lawyers must be familiar
in order to develop, protect and advance their cases. In particular, the
CPLR’s disclosure devices, and how the practitioner should use
them in matrimonial cases, are addressed.
The program then discusses how you then marshal and organize your
research and information, and prepare your witnesses, into an effective
approach for “telling your story and framing your case.”
The program also features the useful review of the latest cases and
trends in matrimonial law, including how 2010’s major family law
legislation is affecting the practice of matrimonial lawyers.Program Contents
• Recent Decisions, Developing Trends and New Legislation,
Including Effects of the Major Family Law Legislation from 2010
• What the Matrimonial Lawyer Needs to Know About The CPLR and Its
• Trial Preparation for the Matrimonial Lawyer: “Telling
Your Story, Framing Your Case”Program Speakers
Ronald J. Bavero, Esq.
Berman Bavero Frucco & Gouz pc
—White PlainsBruce J. Wagner, Esq.
McNamee, Lochner, Titus & Williams, P.C.
—AlbanyAdam John Wolff, Esq.
Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman LLP
—New York CityTotal MCLE Credits
Ethics MCLE Credits 0.0
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