NABIS 29th Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury
The Grand Hyatt Hotel
April 6 - 9, 2016
NABIS has applied for and expects approval of 17.25 hours with 1.0 hours ethics for a 60 minute state (20.70 hours with 1.20 hours ethics for a 50 minute state) of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit from states with mandatory requirements, including one hour of ethics.
Actual hours based on recording systems for individual states were available at the Conference at the registration desk. NABIS will process your MCLE credits for each state as reported in your CLE paperwork that was left at the registration desk by the last day of the conference.
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The Conference will take place at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in the beautiful city of Tampa, Florida. This year NABIS has a special single/double occupancy rate for rooms at the Grand Hyatt of $199.00. Additionally, there is a limited amount of rooms for individuals needing a government rate hotel.
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The North American Brain Injury Society is pleased to announce that the 29th Annual Conference on Legal Issues in Brain Injury will be held April 6 - 9, 2016 in Tampa, Florida at the Grand Hyatt.
Attendees can expect the very latest information on brain injury litigation at this three-day hands-on conference considered a "must attend" event for all professionals involved in brain injury litigation. The conference features an all-star cast of top trial attorneys and medical experts who will present a broad array of practical information covering the latest literature, diagnostic testing methods, rehabilitation, case management, trial techniques and cutting-edge demonstrative evidence. Attorneys will also benefit from an overview of the medical science of brain injury from an outstanding faculty of researchers and clinicians presenting the very latest in brain injury science, treatment and testing.
As noted below, the conference will be held in conjunction with the 13th Annual Meeting of the North American Brain Injury Society that will further enhance the educational opportunities available to attendees.
Whether you are a seasoned neuro-litigator or handling your first TBI case, this comprehensive program will provide you with the tools you need to successfully handle these challenging cases from beginning to end. To view the preliminary program please, click here.
New this year, the conference organizers have selected a series of concurrent presentations specifically for the seasoned brain injury professional. There is no additional charge to attend these advanced sessions. For more information on these special sessions, click here.
The registration fee for this hands-on event starts only at $620. This year you can bring a second attendee for 1/2 price! We also offer discounts for paralegals and support staff.
Mailing Payments: Checks should be payable to NABIS. Mail payments to: NABIS, PO Box 1804, Alexandria, VA 22313
As an added bonus, attorneys have the option to attend any of the four additional concurrent medical sessions of the 13th Annual Meeting of the North American Brain Injury Society where nationally recognized medical experts in brain injury will present the latest advances in the science, rehabilitation and treatment in the field. This means you get access to two conferences for the price of one! To view information on the medical sessions, click here.
Attorneys, neuropsychologists, allied health professionals, expert witnesses and all those involved in brain injury litigation. Attendees will come away from the conference with the essential hands-on tools needed to successfully handle these challenging cases from beginning to end.
Attendees will benefit from nationally recognized legal and medical authorities on the subject of brain injury litigation. From the latest groundbreaking diagnostic and imaging technology, to effective courtroom techniques and life-care planning, this is the only conference that covers every aspect of handling the brain injury case from beginning to end.
To view the preliminary program please, click here.
The current list of speakers is provided below. Additional names will be added leading up to the Conference.
CONFERENCE PLANNING COMMITTEE
The Conference Planning Committee for this year's Legal Conference are:
- Stewart Casper, Esq.
- Simon Forgette, Esq. Co-Chair
- Kenneth Kolpan, Esq.
- Bruce Stern, Esq. Co-Chair