The Woodmark Hotel / Kirkland, WA
Experience has taught us that few manufacturers have a comprehensive program to minimize their product liability exposure. Many employees do not understand the breadth and severity of product liability laws. Frequently, they receive no training to make them sensitive to the implications of what they write and say. Typically, they do not fully appreciate the legal consequences of their actions. This workshop is based on a case study that traces product problems from their beginnings and requires the workshop participants to decide, as the facts and events develop, what steps the company should take to protect itself from liability.
Who Should Attend
The workshop is recommended for in-house counsel, risk managers and accident investigators. The workshop is also intended for senior managers and employees whose jobs require them to make decisions that can get manufacturers into product liability trouble. For example, those who make design decisions, draft instructions and warnings and decide how to respond to product problems will benefit.
CLE Credits (General and Ethics)
This workshop has been approved for 11.0 hours of general credits and 0.50 hour of ethics credit by the Washington State Bar Association and the State Bar of California. If you are admitted to practice law in another state, we will provide documentation to assist you in applying for credit in your state of admission.
Woodmark Hotel, 1200 Carillon Point, Kirkland, Washington
Kirkland is a 20-minute drive across Lake Washington from Seattle. Rooms have been reserved at the Woodmark Hotel at a special rate of $210 USD per night, plus applicable taxes. The block of reserved sleeping rooms at the Woodmark will be held until Monday, September 12, 2011. To make your reservation, please call the hotel directly at 800.822.3700. When making hotel reservations, please reference group code 30H7U5 for this workshop.
Early Bird Registration: $350 USD per person (if attendee registers and pays in full by midnight on Monday, September 12, 2011)
Full Registration Fee: $500 USD per person (for attendee registrations received after midnight on Monday, September 12, 2011)
Special Perkins Coie Client Opportunity: If you company is a current Perkins Coie client, there is no registration fee for the first three employees who attend.
The registration fee includes lunch on both days, all handout materials and a cocktail reception at the conclusion of the first day's session. Overnight hotel accommodations are the responsibility of workshop participants.
Click on the word Register in the gray box on the left side of this screen.
If you encounter technical difficulties with your online registration, please contact Cynthia Nawrocki at 503.727.2186 or CNawrocki@perkinscoie.com.
If you have questions about the content of this program, please contact Jan Neuberger at 206.359.8225 or JNeuberger@perkinscoie.com.