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The Road to Recovery 2021: An Update on Litigating NY Child Victims Act Cases

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Date Published

April 27, 2021


New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers


Professional Practice


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Our panel will share with you the best practices for litigating CVA cases. You will learn what qualifies as CVA causes of action, how to draft persuasive pleadings, litigation plan formulation, and mediationĀ and trial tactics.

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Hon. Deborah Chimes

John Bonina, Esq.

Karen Campbell, Esq.

Jordan Merson, Esq.

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