The speakers will summarize key cases involving torts as well as changes to the law that affect civil trial practice.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
The Continuing Education of the Bar Conferences will be held in Sacramento on January 11 and in San Francisco on January 25 with John Demas of Demas Law Group in Sacramento as one of the featured speakers. Mr. Demas has been a personal injury attorney in California for more than 20 years and has accumulated a great deal of experience in dealing with all types of cases.
For the third consecutive year, Mr. Demas will be a featured speaker at the course section entitled "Torts Practice: The Year In Review." The CEB class will include information on many aspects of personal injury and is designed for both plaintiff and defense attorneys. The speakers will summarize key cases involving torts as well as changes to the law that affect civil trial practice.
The classes will feature discussions on many aspects of civil law such as negligence, bad faith, damages and emotional distress. The discussions may range from financial and business torts, government tort liability, civil rights and intentional torts. Of particular interest to attorneys may be the discussion of insurance litigation topics including agents and brokers, Cumis counsel and policy interpretation.
John Demas, the founder of Demas Law Group in Sacramento, is asked to speak to groups of attorneys on a regular basis to share his experiences as a trial lawyer and his wisdom from many years of civil litigation practice. Those interested in attending can find more information about this conference at http://www.ceb.com.
About John Demas: John Demas is a personal injury attorney in Sacramento, California, and the founder of the Demas Law Group. Mr. Demas and the attorneys at Demas Law Group have been fighting for the rights of victims of personal injury accidents for more than 20 years. They regularly represent those who have been injured in car accidents, motorcycle crashes, pedestrian accidents, slip and fall and defective product cases.