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IACP Webinar December 1, 2022
Scanning the Legal Landscape:
Discoverability and Admissibility of Genetic Evidence in Civil Litigation
Johnson & Bell Ltd.
This 60-minute presentation will provide claims and risk professionals with an overview of the growing use and challenges of genetic evidence in civil litigation. Claims professionals overseeing toxic tort and asbestos disputes already recognize the influence of genetic testing in their lawsuits. Lawsuits claiming medical malpractice will likely be the next area to see an increase in the use of genetic testing to prove/disprove various claims. This presentation will educate claims professionals about developments in the use and interpretation of genetic evidence in litigation. This presentation will also discuss the potential for increased risk and expanded liability for health care institutions and their professionals – and the companies that insure them.
Approved for 1.0 of CE credit for Texas
Approved for 1.0 of CLE credit for Illinois
Joseph B. Carini, III
Shareholder and Member of the Board of Directors
Johnson & Bell, Ltd.
Joseph B. Carini, III, is a vice president at Johnson & Bell, Ltd., and also serves as the firm's data security officer. He is co-chair of the Construction practice group. He concentrates his practice in construction litigation, catastrophic injury, and general negligence cases.
Thursday, December 1, 2022, 11:00 AM until 12:00 PM
Registration is closed
This complimentary event is open to Members and Non-Members. You will receive a reminder email two days prior the event date, including the Zoom link reminder plus details for CE / CLE Credits. One Credit may be available.