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Interactive Trial Skills at DOAH CLE:
Intermediate Program in Administrative Hearings Facilitated by
Three DOAH Judges and Two Agency General Counsels

May 16, 2014

Symposium available via webcast! Registrants will be provided a link to the webcast a few days prior to the event.

Featured Presenters

Timothy P. Atkinson, partner, Oertel, Fernandez, Bryant & Atkinson

Hon. Thomas H. Bateman, III, retired circuit judge, former general counsel at the Florida Department of Transportation, and current attorney at Messer Caparello

Martha H. Chumbler, shareholder, Carlton Fields Jorden Burt

Hon. Robert S. Cohen, chief administrative law judge, Florida Division of Administrative Hearings

Hon. Thomas P. Crapps, administrative law judge, Florida Division of Administrative Hearings

Hon. Mary Li Creasy, administrative law judge, Florida Division of Administrative Hearings

Justice Major B. Harding, shareholder, Ausley & McMullen

Joseph Helton, chief attorney, Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation

Gregory J. Hila, deputy commissioner, Florida Office of Financial Regulation

Rebecca Kapusta, counsel, Florida Department of Children and Families

Tanya Lambrechts, third-year student, Florida State University College of Law

Hon. Elizabeth McArthur, administrative law judge, Florida Division of Administrative Hearings

Hon. R. Bruce McKibben, Jr., administrative law judge, Florida Division of Administrative Hearings

Colin Roopnarine, general counsel, Florida Office of Financial Regulation

Callie Smith, student, Tallahassee Community College

J. Layne Smith, general counsel, Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation

Britt Thomas, chief assistant attorney general, Florida Office of the Attorney General, Bureau of Tort Litigation

Paul Waters, deputy general counsel of professions, Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation

William E. "Bill" Williams, partner, GrayRobinson

Registration: The registration fee for this event is $60 for government employees and $100 for all others. Registrants may attend in person or via webcast. Webcast registrants will be provided a link to the webcast a few days prior to the event. Click here to register.

Course Materials

Administrative Complaint

Evidentiary Foundations

Cross Examination

Handling Difficult Complainants

Pre-hearing stips. and conferences

Order of Pre-hearing Instructions

Pre-hearing Stipulation

 

9 CLE & 9 Board Certification Credits (State and Federal Government
and Administrative Practice) Approved. Course reference number: 1402049N.

For more information, contact Kathy Blanton at 850.644.3401 or kblanton@law.fsu.edu.