Wildland Fire Litigation Conference
Sponsored by: Kenneth P. Roye
May 1-3, 2015
Last year's Wildland Fire Litigation Conference was attended by participants from 21 states and 1 Canadian province. In attendance in recent years were wildland fire investigators, forensics experts, fire fighting and prevention personnel, plaintiff, defense, subrogation, government, utility, insurance attorneys, public utility personnel, appraisers and environmental damage appraisers, Department of Forestry personnel (California and Oregon), USFS, BLM, tree inspection and tree trimming contractors, insurance adjustors and insurance subrogation managers, arborists, foresters and academics. In short, all of the members of the various Plaintiff and Defense litigation teams were well represented. This year's Program has been expanded to include fire investigation topics, legal topics, forensics topics, damages and environmental issues. We have an outstanding faculty of professionals ready to expand our knowledge on many important topics and issues.
Spotlight on JAMS Speaker: Viggo Boserup, Esq.
May 3, 2015 | 10:00 AM
Topic: Designing the Mediation Process – Lessons From San Diego
For further details and to register, please visit the Wildland Fire Litigation Conference website.
- Class Action and Mass Tort
- Construction Defect
- Cybersecurity & Privacy
- Engineering and Construction
- Health Care
- Intellectual Property
- Personal Injury/Torts
- Professional Liability
- Real Property
- Special Master Discovery Referee