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You can frequently find us at trade shows and conferences across the country and we’d love to meet you. Stop by to say hello and learn about any special offers at the following trade shows in 2017.

  • Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys (ATAA) 2017 Annual Symposium


    09/17/2017 - 09/19/2017

    Nashville, TN

    Visit our booth to learn how we can increase your visibility, build your credibility, and accelerate the growth of your firm! Leave us your business card and win a prize! Join the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys (ATAA) at its 2017 Annual Symposium, September 17 – September 19, 2017, in Music City, Nashville, Tennessee. With more than 100 music venues, Nashville is the perfect setting for business and pleasure. The 2017 Annual Symposium brings together the nuts and bolts of trucking litigation combined with intermediate and advanced topics, presented by premier trial lawyers and experts in this specialized practice area. Starting with basic instruction and topics for attorneys new to this practice area, this program then expands to cover intermediate and advanced topics presented in a quick-fire, logical format. In addition to traditional presentations, gain powerful insight from a live focus group.

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  • NACDL’s 10th Annual Seminar


    10/05/2017 - 10/07/2017

    Las Vegas, NV

    Be sure to swing by our booth and we can show you how to increase your visibility, improve your credibility, and help accelerate your firm's growth! NACDL's 10th Annual "Defending the Modern Drug Case" Seminars will be held on October 5-7, 2017 at the Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas, NV. This one-of-a-kind seminar provides you with a better understanding of modern drug cases in order to effectively represent your clients before, during, and after trial. Improve your arsenal of necessary tools to win your next drug case! Please also join us for the presentation on "Business Development: Developing New Practice Areas & Geos" at the NACDL on October 6 at 12:15 pm.

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  • Mass Torts Made Perfect (MTMP)


    10/18/2017 - 10/20/2017

    Las Vegas, NV

    Stop by our booth to meet our reps, win prizes and learn how we can increase your visibility, build your credibility and accelerate the growth of your firm! MTMP conferences are designed for individuals working in the area of plaintiff mass torts and personal injury litigation, as well as those with a single-event practice looking to expand and grow their practices to include mass torts. Their biannual Las Vegas conferences are the largest gatherings of plaintiff mass tort attorneys in the world, with over 1000 participants from 440+ law firms at each event. These seminars are designed to maximize your ability to network and build relationships, as well as learn strategy and insights into the latest mass tort projects. If you want to grow your mass tort business, or expand your practice to include mass torts, this is the seminar for you.

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  • The Great Legal Marketing National Summit


    10/19/2017 - 10/21/2017

    Arlington, VA

    Be sure to swing by our booth and we can show you how to increase your visibility, improve your credibility, and help accelerate your firm's growth! Great Legal Marketing’s National Summit has served as “the place to be” every year for hundreds of attorneys and their staff members. This year’s event is officially UPGRADED to include three full days of information and interaction, along with brand new speakers and a special focus on Practice Development (AKA everything it takes to build your current practice into a system that supports your desired lifestyle while better serving more clients than ever before). 

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  • CAOC Annual Convention 2017


    11/16/2017 - 11/19/2017

    San Francisco, CA

    Visit our booth to learn how we can increase your visibility, build your credibility, and accelerate the growth of your firm! Leave us your business card and win a prize!

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