Attorneys Jack Griffeth and Ross Plyler to Speak at South Carolina Bar Seminaron Civil Litigation

Collins & Lacy Attorneys Jack Griffeth and Ross Plyler, both of the Greenville office, will help lead theSouth Carolina Bar Seminar “Civil Litigation: From Depositions to Trial and Beyond” on February 28, 2012. Jack and Ross will cover depositions in a session entitled “Yea, Though I Walk Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death—Defending Depositions.”

The South Carolina Bar offers the following information about the seminar:

This program qualifies for 6.0 MCLE credit hours, including 2.0 LEPR credit hour. The South Carolina Bar-CLE Division is proud to present Civil Litigation: From Depositions to Trial and Beyond. This unique program is part of the Bar’s “Essentials Series,” specially designed to teach the skills and knowledge attorneys need to thrive and be successful in today’s competitive legal marketplace. This important and powerful workshop, co-sponsored by the Bar’s Trial and Appellate Advocacy Section, will focus on the strategies, tactics and skills you need to successfully handle civil depositions, whether you are taking or defending and whether you are experienced or a novice. Practitioners of all experience levels will be able to gain from this program, which will cover important litigation issues from start to finish, including how to take and defend depositions and preserving issues for appeal.

Each attendee will receive a copy of So You’re Going to Try Your First Case, Second Edition, written by Warren Moise, the course planner for this informative seminar.

To register for this seminar, click here.

About Collins & Lacy, P.C.

Collins & Lacy is a statewide business defense firm in South Carolina relentlessly focused on the client experience by delivering unwavering legal representation through solid preparation, consistent execution, and client-oriented service aimed at success. The firm represents local, regional and national clients in the areas of construction, corporate and business law, retail/hospitality, insurance/bad faith, products liability, professional liability, commercial transportation, and workers’ compensation.