MAJ Annual Trial Advocacy Seminar to be offered online on May 7

The Michigan Association for Justice will present its “Annual Trial Advocacy Seminar” online Friday, May 7, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. via Zoom.

Moderating the seminar will be Steve Gursten of Michigan Auto Law.

The seminar will delve into such topics as:

• Maximizing Damages in Wrongful Death Cases, with Sach Oliver, Bailey & Oliver Law Firm.

• Rethinking Your Damages Paradigm to Maximize Results, with Joe Fried, Fried Goldberg LLC.

• Costliest Mistakes Plaintiff Lawyers Make—Lesson From 10 Years Trying Cases on the Defense Side, with Tim Holland, Michigan Auto Law.

• Thinking Out of the Box- Demonstrative Evidence and Trial Strategies that Can Add Millions to Your Case, with Allegra Carpenter, Allegra Carpenter Law.

• Applying Overcoming Jury Bias Principles, The Reptile Safety Rules, Rules of the Road, and New Research on COVID Bias to Your Case, with Lance Sears, Sears & Associates PC.

Cost for the seminar is $215 for MAJ members, $105 for MAJ members practicing 3 years or less, $105 for MAJ sustaining members, $100 for MAJ student & paralegal members, and $425 for non-members.  Sitting judges can attend for free.

To register for the seminar, visit and click on “events.”

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