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FACE to Face: Mitnik & Panish (On Demand CLE)


Credit Available - See Jurisdictions tab below.

Average Rating:
   17
Faculty:
Keith Mitnik Esq., J.D. |  Brian Panish Esq., J.D.
Duration:
88 minutes plus 32 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


Florida
Accreditation Status:
Approved
General Credits:
2 Business Litigation
Specialty Credits:
2 Civil Trial
Total Credits:
2
Expiration Date:
05/31/2023

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:
08/12/2022

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: 

 07/10/2023


New Jersey

Accreditation Status:

Reciprocity/Out of State

Expiration Date

12/31/2023


New York

Accreditation Status:

Reciprocity/Out of State

Expiration Date

12/31/2023


Pennsylvania
Accreditation Status:
Approved
General Credits:
1.5 General
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) 1.8 (50 min)
Specialty Credits:


Handouts

Faculty


Brian Panish Esq., J.D.'s Profile

Brian Panish Esq., J.D. Related seminars and products

Trial Lawyer

Panish Shea & Boyle LLP


One of the country’s leading trial attorneys, Los Angeles personal injury lawyer Brian Panish has obtained some of the most significant jury verdicts in United States history on behalf of plaintiffs. His courtroom victories include a $4.9 billion record verdict in the landmark products liability case Anderson v. General Motors, over 100 verdicts and settlements in excess of $10 million, six verdicts in excess of $50 million, and more than 250 verdicts and settlements over one million dollars in personal injury, car accident, wrongful death and business litigation cases.

 

Mr. Panish consistently serves in a leading role in the largest personal injury cases in California and the country — he currently serves as Plaintiffs Co-Lead Counsel in the Woolsey Fire litigation,  Plaintiffs Co-Lead Counsel in the Southern California Fire Cases litigation arising from the 2017 Thomas Fire and subsequent debris flows in Montecito, California and serves on the Plaintiffs Executive Committee for the 2017 North Bay Fires in Northern California. Additionally, Mr. Panish has been appointed as Co-Lead Trial Counsel in the Porter Ranch/Aliso Canyon Gas Well Blowout Litigation and has served in leadership roles in the Asiana Airlines Crash Litigation, the Olympus Superbug CRE Litigation and DePuy ASR Hip Implant Litigation, among others.

 

Since 2011, Mr. Panish has obtained more than $500 million in verdicts including, among others, a landmark $53,745,374 verdict for two Southern California brothers who were severely injured following a head-on collision with CRST big rig, a $41,864,102 jury verdict and subsequent $46,000,000 settlement for a United States Air Force Captain who suffered catastrophic injuries after being struck from behind while on his motorcycle and then dragged the length of a football field and a half by a Southern California Gas Company truck, a $36.5 million jury verdict against Schneider National for a big-rig crash that left a woman with severe spinal cord injuries, a $34.5 million verdict for a man who suffered a below the knee amputation after being hit by a tractor trailer, a $21,503,420.48 jury verdict for a Southern California man who suffered catastrophic injuries after a vehicle illegally exiting the 405 Freeway HOV lane struck his motorcycle and sent him careening across three lanes of traffic and into a passing flatbed trailer, a $17.4 million verdict for a Ph.D. student who suffered brain and jaw injuries during a rear end chain collision accident, a $17 million jury verdict against the Los Angeles MTA in the wrongful death of a visually impaired passenger, a $17.845 million award in a wrongful death case involving four family members killed when a Marine jet crashed into their home, a $20 million jury verdict for a woman who suffered a brain injury in a hit-and-run accident involving a J.B. Hunt tractor trailer, a $17 million jury verdict for a 84-year old man hit by a bus resulting in a leg amputation, a $15.3 million jury verdict for a woman and her daughter after the woman was severely injured on a negligently driven Alameda Contra-Costa Transit District bus, a $10.45 million jury verdict for the family of a security guard killed on the CBS studio lot and a $8.3 million jury verdict in the first DePuy ASR Hip Implant case to go to trial.

 

Because of his expertise in personal injury, wrongful death, mass tort and product liability cases, Mr. Panish has been appointed to serve on the Plaintiffs’ Steering and Executive committees in numerous high profile mass torts and major disaster cases, including litigation involving train crashes (co-lead counsel in the the Chatsworth Metrolink disaster, the Glendale Metrolink crash, and the Placentia Metrolink collision), airplane disasters (Alaska Airlines Flight 261 and Singapore Airlines Flight 006 crashes), pharmaceuticals (Vioxx and diet drugs), and defective product cases (Welding Rods, DePuy ASR Hip Implant Litigation, and Toyota Unintended Acceleration cases.)  He is currently handling numerous cases involving the Asiana Flight 261 plane crash as well as serving as Plaintiffs Co-lead Trial Counsel, representing over 7,000 clients in the Porter Ranch Gas Leak litigation.


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