ADTA Webinar Thursday, February 10, 2022—-1:30 pm Eastern; 12:30 am Central; 10:30 am Pacific—FREE
A Brave New World: Business Development Post COVID”
John Remsen is with The Remsen Group out of Atlanta, Georgia. His group consults with law firms on strategic planning matters, including business development.
Francisco “Frankie” Ramos, is a partner at Clarke, Silverglate in Miami Florida. Frankie focuses his practice in commercial litigation, products liability, catastrophic personal injury, as well as drug and medical device litigation.
Katie Jacobi is a partner at HeplerBroom in Chicago, Illinois. Katie focuses her practice on both the analysis and litigation of insurance coverage matters, with a wide variety of clients across the country.
Linda J. Hay (moderator) is a partner at HeplerBroom in Chicago, Illinois. Linda focuses her practice on the defense of professionals, primarily as to to medical, dental, long term care and legal malpractice.
Synopsis: As trial lawyers, we are able to critically evaluate and readjust our strategies and themes as the case progresses. Being able to critically evaluate and readjust our strategies and themes as related to business development needs the same kind of attention. Join our panel of experienced and diverse experts as they describe winning strategies and themes, and how to achieve them in this brave new, and often remote, environment. Topics include:
- Why Adjustments to Business Development are Critically Important Now
- Adjustments that Produce Results
- Requirements in the Current Environment: Practical and Conceptual Developing an Overall Game Plan
Date and Time:
Thursday, February 10, 2022, 1:30 pm Eastern;
12:30 am Central; 10:30 am Pacific
There are no CLE credits offered for this webinar.
RSVP your intentions to attend to
Peggy Schultz, Executive Director [email protected]
We will do all that we can to honor requests to join on the day of the webinar but cannot guarantee admittance. Best to RSVP prior to February 10.
We welcome non-members in your firm or clients to attend as a service of ADTA.