JGL participates in Prince George’s County Bar Association Tort Law Seminar

in Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Civil Litigation, Appellate, Civil Rights, Criminal Defense, Labor & Employment, Whistleblower (False Claims Act, Qui Tam) June 13th, 2018

On June 12th, Joseph Greenwald & Laake actively participated in the Prince George’s County Bar Association (PGCBAR) Tort Law Seminar. Attorney Timothy Maloney was a panelist and attorney Steve Vinick was the host of the event and moderated the panel discussion. The seminar took place at the Newton White Mansion in Mitchellville and was immediately followed by the PGCBAR annual meeting.

The theme of the seminar was “Common Mistakes of Trial Lawyers and How to Rectify Them,” and covered topics such as discovery strategy and errors, opening statements, direct and cross examination, expert testimony, closing statements and the use of technology. Maloney and the rest of the panelists talked for 5-10 minutes per topic and addressed questions from attendants as well as the moderator, Steve Vinick.

Maloney is a preeminent trial lawyer who has obtained millions of dollars in recoveries for his clients in a wide variety of matters, including civil rights, employment discrimination, whistleblower actions and high-stakes business litigation. He is a committed advocate for the public good who has held leadership roles with many civic and charitable organizations.

A principal in Joseph, Greenwald & Laake’s Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice and Civil Litigation practice groups, Steven Vinick has more than 20 years of experience in representing clients in matters including medical malpractice, personal injury and criminal defense. Over the course of that career, Steven has earned a reputation as a skilled litigator and highly effective courtroom advocate.

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