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Advanced Trial Tactics and Strategies for Negligent Gun Sale Cases


Credit Available - See Jurisdictions tab below.

Average Rating:
   4.3
Faculty:
Erin Davis Esq., J.D. |  Jonathan Lowy Esq., J.D. |  Patrick O. Dunphy Esq., J.D.
Duration:
132 minutes plus 9 minutes of Q&A
Format:
Audio and Video
License:
Never expires.


Jurisdictions


Alaska

Accreditation Status:

Reciprocity/Out of State

Expiration Date

12/31/2023


Arizona
Accreditation Status:
Attorney Responsibility: Arizona does not pre-approve or accredit CLE or providers.

California
Accreditation Status:
Pre-Approved Provider
General Credits: 
1.5
Specialty Credits: 
Total Credits:
1.5

Connecticut

Accreditation Status:

Reciprocity/Out of State

Expiration Date

12/31/2023


Hawaii

Accreditation Status:

Reciprocity/Out of State

Expiration Date

12/31/2023


Illinois
Accreditation Status:
Approved
General Credits:
1.5
Specialty Credits:
Total Credits:
1.5
Expiration Date:
10/21/2022

Montana

Accreditation Status:

Reciprocity/Out of State

Expiration Date

12/31/2023


Nevada
Accreditation Status:
Approved
General Credits:
1.5
Specialty Credits:
Total Credits:
1.5
Expiration Date:
12/31/2023

New Hampshire

Accreditation Status:

Attorney Responsibility: It is up to the attorney to determine if the course meets the criteria of Rule 53. Programs more than 3 years old do not qualify. 

 Expiration  Date: 

 10/22/2023


New Jersey

Accreditation Status:

Reciprocity/Out of State

Expiration Date

12/31/2023


New Mexico
Accreditation Status:
Approved
General Credits:
1.5
Specialty Credits:
Total Credits:
1.5
Expiration Date:
10/22/2025

New York

Accreditation Status:

Reciprocity/Out of State

Expiration Date

12/31/2023


Pennsylvania
Accreditation Status:
Approved
General Credits:
1.5
Specialty Credits:
Total Credits:
1.5
Expiration Date:
10/23/2022

Self-Study
Self Study: please check your own state guidelines to see if they accept self-study credit.  General Credits:
1.5 (60 min state) 1.8 (50 min state))
Specialty Credits:


Handouts

Faculty

Erin Davis Esq., J.D.'s Profile

Erin Davis Esq., J.D. Related seminars and products

Senior Counsel, Trial and Appellate Litigation

Brady United Against Gun Violence


Jonathan Lowy Esq., J.D.'s Profile

Jonathan Lowy Esq., J.D. Related seminars and products

Chief Counsel & Vice President, Legal

Brady United Against Gun Violence


Patrick O. Dunphy Esq., J.D.'s Profile

Patrick O. Dunphy Esq., J.D. Related seminars and products

Cannon & Dunphy S.C.


Patrick O. Dunphy is a co-founder of Cannon & Dunphy  S.C., a firm dedicated to representing persons injured by the negligence of others since 1985. Dunphy has more than 40 years of trial experience. He has record-setting verdicts and awards ranging from $9.8 million to $35.3 million.

 

He has pursued cases against law enforcement and jailers that resulted in some of the largest settlements in Wisconsin for violations of individuals’ constitutional rights. A number of those cases have resulted in changes to Wisconsin law mandating transfer of a prisoner’s medications along with the transfer of the prisoner, and legislation requiring an independent law enforcement agency review officer-involved shootings.

 

Attorney Dunphy represented a young woman who was the victim of a health system failure to diagnose her cervical cancer. The system had contracted its pap smear interpretations to an independent contractor, cytotechnologist. Attorney Dunphy uncovered billings that proved the cytotechnologist was reading more than 4 times the recommended maximum number of smears per year. The case was covered nationally, reported by 20-20, the New York Times and national magazines. Because of Attorney Dunphy’s work, more than 200 women’s pap smears were re-read and misdiagnoses were caught in time.

 

In 2015 Attorney Dunphy successfully sued a Wisconsin licensed gun dealer for an illegal gun sale that resulted in injuries to two Milwaukee Police Officers. It is the only verdict in the country against a licensed gun dealer for injuries resulting from a straw sale since a federal gun dealer immunity law called the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act became law in 2005. The case was covered nationally by the New York Times, Washington Post, Time Magazine, CNN, MSNBC, FoxNews, ABC, NBC, CBS, and internationally by The Guardian and the BBC World News.

 

 


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