ACI: Obstetric Malpractice Claims – Agenda Highlights Announced

May 5, 2014 by matray

American Conference Institute, organizers of the 13th Annual Obstetric Malpractice Claims Conference taking place June 25-26, 2014, at the Union League in Philadelphia, today announced key highlights from this year’s program agenda: NEW THIS YEAR! Obtain insight as to the perspectives from the Bench - Learn from EIGHT JUDGES. They will tell you what works and what doesn’t in their courtrooms, why parties succeed and don’t succeed in med mal cases, novel trial and case management strategies, examples of bad lawyering and more. View the complete list of distinguished speakers here: • New trends in shoulder dystocia cases and the expulsion defense as well as hypothermia treatment for newborns suffering from acute hypoxic encephalopathy. • The use and limitations of placental pathology in untoward pregnancy outcome. • “The New Tort Reform”: Early recognition of injury, disclosure, investigation, settlement negotiations and ADR. • The use of Oxytocin, hyperstimulation and oxygen deprivation. • Determining when an injury occurred: Infections, metabolic disorders, labor & delivery, genetic defects and beyond. • Affordable Care Act nuances and the collateral source rule. • Electronic records and audit trails as well as preparing and presenting your witness for deposition. • Proven jury selection and communication methods as well as harnessing social media when gearing up for trial. Full agenda can be found at For more information on the forum, visit American Conference Institute online at or call 888-224-2480    

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