Our very own Chris DiGirolamo is going to be speaking at this year’s 2018 Meadowland’s Seminar, and if this year’s panel lineup is anything to go by, you won’t want to miss out. This year the seminar will take place from November 14th to the 16th at the Hilton Meadowland’s Hotel in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The three-day event is specifically designed to help meet the continuing education requirements of trial attorneys, and will feature some of the top trial lawyers and speakers in the world over the course of its several-dozen panels.
Registration is still open for all three days, so be sure to get signed up before the event gets underway. Onsite registration will mean an extra $25 fee on top of each program you attend, so don’t wait. There is also a special offer available for registration online at the moment, so take advantage of that if you can.
We couldn’t be more proud to have Chris at the helm for the segment on worker’s compensation. He will bring his years of experience trying worker’s comp cases to bear in what is sure to be an informative, illuminating talk, so if you are attending this year, be sure that you stop by. Other guest speakers include great minds such as Ricky Bagolie, Steven Cohen, April Gilmore, Joyce Parisi, and John Pinho, just to name a few. Each year, the Meadowland’s seminar is a fantastic opportunity to hear from some of the brightest minds in the legal industry, as well as keep up with the requirements for continuing education in the state of New York and the surrounding area.
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Chris continues to be a world-class leader and educator in the field of workers compensation law. As a Managing Partner at Maggiano Law, Chris is admitted to practice law in the State and Federal Courts of the State New Jersey, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court. He has received a number of multi-million dollar verdicts over the course of his career, many of which involved workers compensation violations. Chris’ aggressive style has won him the respect and notoriety of many both inside and outside the courtroom, and we are thrilled to see him able to share this immense experience with others at Meadowlands this year.
If you’d like more information on all of the various panels at this year’s Meadowland’s Seminar, click here for a full list of all speakers. If you still need to register for the event, be sure to do so before the day of by going here. If you are going to be attending all three days, be sure to stop in and listen to Chris’ worker’s comp segment.