What is MAI-Civil and how do you use the various sections of MAI? This program will cover those topics as well as new components to MAI-Civil, including early case summary, the mandatory juror bias instruction, and a new feature, the availability of a ProView eBook option. Additionally, substantive changes to instructions/notes on use and committee comments in the 8th Edition of MAI – Civil will also be discussed.
NOTE: West Publishing is offering registrants a 20% discount off the listed purchase price of the MAI Civil book for a limited time. The discount code information is included with the course materials.
Speakers: Jennifer J. Artman, Shook, Hardy & Bacon, LLP, Kansas City; Louis J. Leonatti, Leonatti & Baker, PC, Mexico; Joan M. Lockwood, Gray, Ritter & Graham, PC, St. Louis; and Stephen H. Ringkamp, The Hullverson Law Firm, St. Louis
|MAI Civil: New Developments - 8th Edition (1.80 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Special Discount on Missouri Approved Jury Instructions (MAI), Civil 8th from Thomson Reuters (valid 6/16/21 to 6/30/21) (169.9 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|MOLAP Information (0.20 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Jennifer is a partner in Shook, Hardy & Bacon's Kansas City, Missouri office, where she defends automotive, technology, and industrial clients against product liability claims in trial and appellate courts. Jennifer testified to Missouri legislative committees in support of reform to the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act.
Joan Lockwood, director with Gray, Ritter & Graham handles a broad range of litigation, including automobile and trucking accidents, products liability, medical negligence, and wrongful death. She was appointed to the Missouri Supreme Court Committee on Civil Jury Instructions in 2003 serving as reporter from 2009-2019 and chair from 2020-present.
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