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Experienced trial lawyers explore the fundamentals, strategies, and techniques of cross-examination of the defendant and his expert. They also discuss how to expose and impeach the defendant's witnesses using depositions and statements, and demonstrate how to do so.
Amanda Farahany Amanda Farahany is the managing partner at the Atlanta law firm of Barrett & Farahany, LLP, representing individuals in employment, libel, overtime, and sexual harassment litigation. Through her practice, she is dedicated to pursuing civil justice...MoreAmanda Farahany is the managing partner at the Atlanta law firm of Barrett & Farahany, LLP, representing individuals in employment, libel, overtime, and sexual harassment litigation. Through her practice, she is dedicated to pursuing civil justice for employees and victims of crime, as well as providing consultation and support to management employees. Prior to beginning her practice, she clerked for the Honorable John H. Ruffin, Jr. at the Georgia Court of Appeals. An experienced trial lawyer, Ms. Farahany has been awarded status as a Fellow of the National College of Advocacy by the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. In addition to her law practice, Ms. Farahany currently serves as co-chair of the American Association of Justice Wage and Hour Litigation Group and on the Board of the Atlanta Bar Association Labor and Employment Section. Ms. Farahany has previously served as the president of the Atlanta Council for Younger Lawyers; president of the National Employment Lawyers Association, Georgia Chapter; member of the Executive Committee to the Atlanta Bar Association; member of the Advisory Council to the National Crime Victim Bar Association; and on the Boards of the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, Crime Victim Advocacy Council, State Bar of Georgia Younger Lawyers Division, and several domestic violence and women's rights organizations. Ms. Farahany has also spoken and been published extensively on litigating cases for civil justice for crime victims, sexual assault, and employment cases. Recently, Ms. Farahany was one of a selected few employment lawyers asked to serve on the Eleventh Circuit Committee to revise the Pattern Jury Instructions on employment related issues. Collapse
Kathleen M. Cahill Kathleen Cahill is committed to advocating for employees in all areas of employment rights. She has been litigating for 30 years and has successfully resolved many disputes through negotiation and mediation. Ms. Cahill also represents victims of...MoreKathleen Cahill is committed to advocating for employees in all areas of employment rights. She has been litigating for 30 years and has successfully resolved many disputes through negotiation and mediation. Ms. Cahill also represents victims of sexual assault, medical malpractice, and other serious injuries. She began her career at Piper & Marbury (now DLA Piper), and founded her own firm 25 years ago. Ms. Cahill is a former Board Member of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) and the former Chair of Maryland Employment Lawyers Association (MELA). She is a former board member of the Maryland Association of Justice (MAJ) and the Bar Association of Baltimore City, and served on the American Association of Justice (AAJ) Employment Rights Section. Ms. Cahill teaches trial advocacy at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Ms. Cahill has been selected as a Super-Lawyer, as Baltimore’s Best Employment Lawyer, and for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America. In 2011, Ms. Cahill was awarded Best Lawyers in America’s 2011 Lawyer of the Year in the field of Employment Law for Individuals. Collapse
March 14, 2014
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
Cross-Examination Of The Defendant & His Expert - Audio
Cross-Examination Of The Defendant & His Expert - Paper
How To Attend
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