Negotiation Tools for Lawyers: Kwame Christian Presents at CATA Luncheon CLE September 13, 2017

William Eadie

William Eadie

Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer at Eadie Hill Trial Lawyers
William is a trial attorney in Cleveland, Ohio, where he lives with his wife, Christine, and their two daughters.His practice is devoted to nursing home abuse and medical negligence.
William Eadie
Photo of attorney Kwame Christian in a black suit and blue tie, smiling at the camera, view from chest up, on white background.

Kwame Christian will be presenting at the September 13, 2017 CATA Luncheon CLE Series on negotiation tools for plaintiff injury lawyers.

I’m pleased to welcome Kwame Christian to our first CLE Luncheon of this season.  Kwame, a master negotiator, will teach us how to maximize case value by using powerful persuasion techniques.  Drawing on the latest research in negotiation, Kwame has consulted with lawyers and businesses to close large deals, including settlement negotiations and mediations.

The luncheon starts at 12:15 pm on September 13, 2017, at the Cleveland Hilton Downtown, 3rd floor (Room Hope C).

If you’d like a sneak-peak at some of Kwame’s powerful persuasion techniques, check out his podcast Negotiate Anything, in which he interviews successful entrepreneurs, lawyers, and experts on best (and worst) negotiation techniques. With over 110,000 downloads and listeners in 140 countries, it is the top ranked negotiation and dispute resolution podcast in the nation.

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Ken Levinson Presents on Focus Groups

William Eadie

William Eadie

Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer at Eadie Hill Trial Lawyers
William is a trial attorney in Cleveland, Ohio, where he lives with his wife, Christine, and their two daughters.His practice is devoted to nursing home abuse and medical negligence.
William Eadie

On March 9, Chicago attorney and focus-group impresario Ken Levinson presented to the CATA membership at our periodic luncheon CLE on using focus groups to maximize case value.

As an attorney who regularly uses focus groups, I found Ken’s presentation to be enlightening. Ken obviously knows how to manage a group–including ours!–in a way that opens them up to providing candid feedback.  He gave away valuable tips from his own experience, as well as examples of how they have gone form focus-group gold to trial wins.

Recognized by Super Lawyers as one of the top 100 lawyers in Illinois, Ken is a graduate of Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College, and a member of the Trial Lawyers College Alumni Board and The American Trial Lawyers Association. He is the author of the latest edition of Litigating Major Automobile Injury and Death Cases, published by AAJ Press/Thomson Reuters, and has been invited to speak by the American Association for Justice and multiple state bar and trial lawyer associations. In addition to representing clients, Ken is often retained to create focus groups and assist lawyers in the presentation of their case.

Thanks to CATA Secretary Cathy Bolek for putting the presentation together for our members.

Please take a moment to give Ken some feedback, or even ask questions.  I’ll let him know we’re using this post for that purpose so he can respond.

Thanks!

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CATA Luncheon Series – View From The Bench


CATA is pleased to have three distinguished jurists join us for a “View from the Bench” panel to discuss issues of concern for our members on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.  This is part of CATA’s regular luncheon CLE series.  (One hour CLE credit.)

Our panel features:

·       Judge Vincent Culotta, Lake County Common Pleas Court

·       Judge Nancy Fuerst, Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court

·       Judge James Miraldi, Lorain County Common Pleas Court

Topics will include how the court may assist litigants when confronted with discovery roadblocks, and questions from attendees.

To register, complete the registration form.

DATE:          Wednesday, February 13, 2013

TIME:           12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

LOCATION:  The Ritz-Carlton (Riverview Room)

COST:          $45/Member

$60/Non-Member

[Judges and Staff Attorneys Complimentary]

Have any thoughts for future luncheon topics?  Something you’d like to hear this panel discuss?  Please leave a comment, and let us know you’ll be attending on our Facebook event page.