Nevada Appellate Lawyer Daniel Polsenberg to Present CLE Seminar
On Thursday, May 26, 2016, from 1:00 to 3:15 p.m., the Clark County Bar Association (CCBA) will host a seminar for members of the bar and the supporting legal community.
The seminar “ Nevada Supreme Court Decisions: What do they mean for clients?” will feature Nevada appellate lawyer Daniel Polsenberg as the speaker.
Past President of the Clark County Bar and the State Bar of Nevada, Polsenberg has more than 30 years of experience representing clients in cases ranging from tort to tax and constitutional to commercial law. He has personally argued over 250 appeals and has written briefs in hundreds more. Polsenberg had previously been president of Beckley Singleton, which partnered with Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie in 2007. He has 200 reported decisions. In addition to issues of public importance, he often handles appeals regarding large awards, punitive damages and other untoward results.
This seminar will focus on the Supreme Court of Nevada’s decisions from 2015 that have the greatest impact on practitioners. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the recent changes to the law and how those changes will affect your clients.
This seminar is designed to provide 2 General CLE credits for Nevada attorneys and will be held in the Mock Trial Courtroom at Depo International located at 703 South 8th Street in downtown Las Vegas. Seating will be limited. To attend this seminar, people will need to pre-register with the CCBA. For more information, please visit our CLE Seminars page…
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