Brian Panish Featured Speaker at LitiQuest X | Los Angeles

Posted on April 19, 2019

Panish | Shea | Boyle | Ravipudi LLP founding partner Brian Panish will be a featured speaker at LitiQuest X | Los Angeles on May 9 at the Casa Del Mar Hotel in Santa Monica. Presented by Litify and hosted by Morgan & Morgan founder, entrepreneur and top selling author, John Morgan — LitiQuest X | Los Angeles is a one-day-only Plaintiffs Lawyers Conference featuring the nation’s top legal minds who will lay out the groundwork for running a law firm as a business, and creating unstoppable momentum. Discussions will focus on the inner workings of the legal practice, business strategies and marketing blueprints on the path to a billion dollars

Recognized as one of the country’s leading litigators, Mr. Panish will present Trial Strategies: Increasing Your Verdicts and share his trial strategies from picking the best cases for trial to winning more cases and getting higher verdicts. In 2018, Mr. Panish obtained two of the Top Verdicts in California — $53 million in Lennig v. CRST, Inc. and $41.8 million in Lo v. Southern California Gas Company — as well as one of the Top Appellate Reversals in California for Regents of the University of California v. Superior Court (Rosen).

Additional Los Angeles speakers include Keith Mitnik, Sam Pond and Robert Rubernstein with discussions on topics including Practice Management for the 21st Century Law Firm, Transparency: How We Grew Our Firm from 3 to 30, to 3000 presented by keynote speaker John Morgan, and Marketing in the Digital Era presented by Google.

Registration for 2019 LitiQuest X | Los Angeles is available through Eventbrite.

 

Panish | Shea | Boyle | Ravipudi LLP — Los Angeles Personal Injury Lawyers

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