John C. Sciaccotta to Moderate CBA Webinar: How Illinois Attorneys and Judges Should Conduct and Regulate Remote Testimony
Aronberg Goldgehn attorney John C. Sciaccotta will moderate a Chicago Bar Association CLE webinar on how remote expert (and other) testimony should be regulated and conducted. The webinar will be held on November 19 at 3 pm.
John, who helped organize the program, “Live Interactive Workshop on the Use of Remote Expert Witness Testimony,” is actively involved with the CBA as the Treasurer, Co-Founder of the Mediation Program, Co-Chair of the CLE Committee as well as the Co-Founder (2018) and Chair (2019-2020) of the Business Divorce & Complex Ownership Disputes Committee. He has served many other roles in past.
The program, organized in conjunction with the Forensic Expert Witnesses Association, will be a two-part series that will consist of live demonstrations by experts and respected Cook County judges. Participants will have the chance to make assessments in real time and have the opportunity to share and receive feedback from the judges, litigators and experts to help determine the most effective best practices.
Register for the event here.
John concentrates his practice in complex civil litigation, arbitration, mediation and business counseling matters with a special emphasis on complex civil trial and appellate cases brought in federal and state courts and tribunals throughout the United States.
Founded in 1874, the CBA has a mission to increase and promote the honor, dignity and usefulness of legal professions, social relationships among its members and welfare of its members by supporting CLE programs of new developments in all fields of law.