Insurance Bad Faith Cases, Session Three: Motion Practices & Trial - On Demand CLE

Charles Miller & Michael L. Cohen
Insurance Bad Faith Cases, Session Three: Motion Practices & Trial - On Demand CLE
Insurance Bad Faith Cases, Session Three: Motion Practices & Trial - On Demand CLE

Insurance Bad Faith Cases, Session Three: Motion Practices & Trial - On Demand CLE

Charles Miller & Michael L. Cohen
$125.00

On Demand Program

This On Demand Program is a pre-order. It will be available for streaming in your account on or before 11/02.

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Each attendee must register individually as they will need their own login to access the event and comply with CLE requirements.

Session three of our insurance bad faith series covers motion practices and trial. Nothing may be more important than what happens before trial in your motion practice. Critical motions (including motions to compel as these cases are often won during discovery), responding to protective orders, filing and opposing summary judgment motions, and filing and resisting motions in limine will all be discussed with the aim of developing them so they best serve your case and trial.

The final part of this seminar will cover trial strategy. Although trial involves many considerations, some of the more important tactics and presentation techniques will be discussed, including:

  • the order of your witnesses
  • presenting a cohesive direct examination across all of your witnesses
  • effectively cross-examining defense witnesses


Charles Miller’s practice has been devoted to insurance law since 1990. Prior to 1990, Miller was employed by the insurance industry for 18 years as both a claims representative and claims manager, which gives him special expertise on insurance industry practices and standards.

Michael Cohen devotes much of his practice to representing people and firms with claims that have been wrongly and unfairly denied by insurance carriers. Using his decades of experience, he has recovered millions of dollars protecting policyholders, both individuals, and businesses, from insurance companies’ refusal to pay claims.

Additional sessions in this series will cover the following topics:

    Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 211026D00

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      On Demand Program: 90 minutes
      Original Air Date: 10/26/2021
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    This On Demand Program is a pre-order. It will be available for streaming in your account on or before 11/02.

    Click here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs.

    Each attendee must register individually as they will need their own login to access the event and comply with CLE requirements.

    Session three of our insurance bad faith series covers motion practices and trial. Nothing may be more important than what happens before trial in your motion practice. Critical motions (including motions to compel as these cases are often won during discovery), responding to protective orders, filing and opposing summary judgment motions, and filing and resisting motions in limine will all be discussed with the aim of developing them so they best serve your case and trial.

    The final part of this seminar will cover trial strategy. Although trial involves many considerations, some of the more important tactics and presentation techniques will be discussed, including:

    • the order of your witnesses
    • presenting a cohesive direct examination across all of your witnesses
    • effectively cross-examining defense witnesses


    Charles Miller’s practice has been devoted to insurance law since 1990. Prior to 1990, Miller was employed by the insurance industry for 18 years as both a claims representative and claims manager, which gives him special expertise on insurance industry practices and standards.

    Michael Cohen devotes much of his practice to representing people and firms with claims that have been wrongly and unfairly denied by insurance carriers. Using his decades of experience, he has recovered millions of dollars protecting policyholders, both individuals, and businesses, from insurance companies’ refusal to pay claims.

    Additional sessions in this series will cover the following topics:

      Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 211026D00

      Speakers

      Charles Miller

      Charles Miller

      Mr. Miller is a licensed attorney in California.  Since 1990, Mr. Miller’s practice has been devoted to insurance law.  Prior to 1990, Mr. Miller was employed in the insurance industry for 18 years, where he worked as an insurance claims representative and claims manager.  Mr. Miller has been retained in more than 15 states and territories, including Canada, as an expert on insurance industry practices and standards, as well as on various insu... Learn More

      Michael L. Cohen

      Michael L. Cohen

      Michael was born and raised in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. After high school he attended the University of Texas at Austin, earning his B.A. with Highest Honors (Phi Beta Kappa, Dean’s Distinguished Graduate). He attended Harvard Law School (J.D.), where he was an editor for the Harvard Law Review. After law school, Michael spent a year traveling across the United States, interviewing hundreds of people in their twenties about their hopes, their ... Learn More

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