Our November Next Gen training webinar will be presented by Tommy Santel of Parkerson, Santel and Garner and titled Mediation Strategy: Those Who Get it, Get it Done.
Mediation is not about convincing the other side that you are "right." While one side of the case may be in a better position in litigation, or pre-litigation, it is important to remember that in order to settle a case at mediation, both sides still need to find common ground. Attorney Tommy Santel will share tips and strategies on what he has learned as a litigator and Rule 31 mediator on the most effective techniques to get a case across the finish line at mediation.
This one hour Free CLE is part of TDLA 's Next Gen Series of webinars. Approved for one hour of TN General CLE. Registrants will receive Zoom link prior to the webinar.
NEXT GEN Defense Lawyer Training is a FREE TDLA webinar series of 9 short virtual CLE programs running over a 12 month period, with each webinar addressing a different aspect of the defense of a civil case, especially designed for TDLA young lawyers. A TDLA member will educate on the topic and end with an open group discussion.
Upcoming NEXT GEN Training webinars, registration coming soon:
November 2023: Evaluation of Cases for Settlement/ Mediation/ Settlement Tips and Tactics for Negotiation – Tommy Santel, Parkerson, Santel & Garner
December 2023: Pre-trial Conferences, Jury Instructions, Jury Verdict Form – Brad Fraser, Leitner, Williams, Dooley & Napolitan
-- Past Next Gen Webinars --
February 2023: Client Interview and Initial Case Analysis/ Assessment - Lynn Lawyer, Travelers
March 2023: Drafting Answer, Motions to Dismiss, Motions for Judgment on the Pleadings – Tom Shumate, Meridian Law
April 2023: Written Discovery (answering it and drafting it) – Kitty Boyte, Peterson White
May 2023: Party Depositions – Steve Dix, Dix & Massey
July 2023: Dispositive Motions – Hannah Lowe, Farmers Insurance
August 2023: Experts (retaining, deposing, defending depositions, etc.) – Scott Rhodes, White & Rhodes
October 2023: Motions in Limine and pre-trial evidentiary issues – Dawn Carson, Hickman, Goza & Spragins