JSH partner Georgia Staton joined a panel to discuss strategies for attorneys defending or involved in personal injury lawsuits in anticipating and responding to parallel investigations and proceedings by U.S. federal and state criminal and civil enforcement authorities. As a panelist, Georgia reviewed how the two types of matters affect one another and how they differ regarding discovery, sources of evidence, and other specifics. Strafford Publications, Inc. hosts this CLE, “Litigating Parallel Personal Injury Cases and Criminal Prosecution: Managing the Competing Interests of Defendants, Injured Parties, Insurance Carriers, and Law Enforcement.”
Thursday, August 26, 2021 | 10-11:30 a.m. (PDT)
Michael A. Brusca, Davis & Brusca
Arash Hashemi, Law Offices of Arash Hashemi
Georgia Staton, Jones, Skelton & Hochuli PLC
Credits: 1.5 CLE (in most states)
Georgia Staton has more than 45 years of experience representing governmental entities, including states, counties and cities, as well as school districts and privately held corporations. She defends clients on issues involving governmental liability, employment law, personal injury, and civil rights and has tried more than 75 cases to verdict in state and federal court in a wide range of matters.