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Belfort Serves as Panelist at the MCLE’s 22nd Annual Law Conference

Posted on: December 23rd, 2019 by admin

On December 6, 2019, Bennett & Belfort, P.C. partner, David E. Belfort served as a panel presenter on the topic of “Jury Verdicts: the Big, the Bad and the Ugly; How to Get Them and How to Avoid Them” at the 22nd Annual MCLE Employment Law Conference.  Attorney Belfort, along with three other distinguished panelists, engaged in a dialogue highlighting strategies for achieving and defending against large damage awards.  The panel addressed the pre-trial matters such as how to approach motions in limine, preparing for final pretrial conferences and engaging in jury selection and voir dire.  Mr. Belfort spoke on the effective presentation of evidence at trial, his use of technology in the courtroom and the effective use of trial experts (economic, medical and human resources).

OK Boomer

Posted on: December 23rd, 2019 by admin

Bennett & Belfort, P.C. partner, David E. Belfort, was invited to comment for Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (12/19/19) on whether the “OK Boomer” retort will find its way into age discrimination lawsuits.  His comments follow:

 

 

Bennett & Belfort Attorney Presents at Suffolk Law Symposium

Posted on: December 6th, 2019 by admin

On November 21, 2019 Bennett & Belfort P.C. attorney Craig D. Levey served as a panelist at Suffolk Law School’s Fall Symposium entitled Automation In The Legal Profession: But At What Costs? The panel was hosted by the Journal of High Technology Law, and focused on the intersection between human attorneys and automation in the legal field.

Mr. Levey discussed how advanced technology and automation plays a pivotal role in his litigation practice, including advancements in the state and federal courts, tools to assist with discovery, and how attorneys can benefit from enhanced legal software.

Mr. Levey was joined on the panel by Ashley Keenan, Esq. of Robinson & Cole, Bryan Natale, Esq. of Burns & Levinson, Francesco Deluca, Esq. of Ogletree Deakins, and Chris Combs, co-founder and COO of LinkSquares. The panel was moderated by Suffolk Law student, Jeremy Siegel.

Congratulations to Mr. Levey for his participation in this successful event.