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Complimentary: 2024 Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Litigation Webcast

Complimentary: 2024 Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Litigation Webcast

March 26, 2024

Join us for the Camp Lejeune water contamination litigation webcast as we discuss the latest litigation updates, the role of epidemiology in Camp Lejeune litigation, attorneys' role in case evaluation and preparation, and much more.

AAJ is not responsible for accrediting or reporting CLE credits for On-Demand programs. Each attorney is responsible for ensuring their state accepts self-application for self-study CLE credits. FAQs on CLE and Education programs can be found HERE.

This on-demand course contains the webinar recording and agenda from the program as well as a certificate of completion for attendees to use when applying for 260 general minutes of self-study MCLE credit.

Date Session

12:00 - 3:05 PM

Part 1:
Administrative Claim Update
  • Statistics, the Portal, Statute of Limitations, and Rush to the Finish Line

Resolution Track
  • Elective Option
  • Resolution Committee Activities

Considerations In Bellwether Selection
  • Application of Trial Science
  • Bellwether Process

Preparing Plaintiffs For Trial
  • Developing the Trial Story
  • Training Plaintiff as a Storyteller
  • Creating the Damages Model

3:05 - 3:10 PM
3:10 - 5:00 PM Part 2:
Scientific Strategy
  • Selecting, Qualifying, and Presenting Experts
  • Using Scientific Experts to Prove Exposure, Inhalation and Water Modeling

Elevating Diseases to Tier 1
  • Using Epidemiology and Lessons from the 4th Circuit to Challenge “Below Equipoise” Conditions

The Role of Epidemiology in Camp Lejeune Litigation
  • Analysis of the Key Epidemiological Studies Regarding Camp Lejeune Including Methodologies, Findings and Limitations

Question & Answers Session

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