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Howard L. Pomerantz to Present at the “Masters in Cross Examination” CLER Program on Friday, Sept. 24, 2010 in Palm Beach Gardens

Howard L. Pomerantz will be speaking at a CLER program on Friday, September 24, 2010 in Palm Beach Gardens entitled, “Masters in Cross Examination.” During his presentation Mr. Pomerantz will conduct a live cross examination of a lay witness (defendant) as a demonstration, as well as participate in a panel discussion on strategy and technique. This substantive law program is being presented by The Palm Beach Chapter of The American Board of Trial Advocates.

“Masters in Cross Examination” has been produced for the trial lawyer that may find himself/herself in a courtroom, facing the obligation of cross-examining and impeaching both lay and expert witnesses. The program includes substantive law discussion as well as helpful step by step approaches to witness examination, followed by live, real-time examples of cross-examination crafted by some of Florida’s most noted attorneys.

All of the program participants are members of the American Board of Trial Advocates and are among the most innovative, respected and successful trial lawyers in the country. The skills demonstrated are applicable to any civil case, whether IP, Trademark, Personal Injury, Contract, Commercial or otherwise. This program is intended to benefit attorneys who are just beginning their trial practice, as well as those looking for sophisticated new techniques and approaches to cross examination.

The Program will be held at The Marriott Palm Beach Gardens, 4000 RCA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410, 561-622-8888. Howard Pomerantz will be demonstrating a “Cross Examination of Lay Witness” at 1:15pm and will be participating in the panel discussion at 2:05pm.

CLER CREDIT – The Foundation of the American Board of Trial Advocates has requested of the Florida Bar CLER Department that this program be approved for 8.0 general credit hours and certification for 7.5 hours Civil Trial.