Personal Injury - Practice Area - Intentional Torts

Personal Injury - Practice Area - Intentional Torts

Courses Tabs

Overview
CLE Hours: 
10.0
CLE Credit: 
Substantive
Course Level: 
Advanced
Prerequisite: 
Knowledgeable in Federal Rules of Civil Procedure/Evidence, statutes of limitations/repose, burden of proof, damages/remedies, insurance policies/subrogation, practice/procedure forms, POA, release/consent, liens, agency, witness statements/affidavits.
Fees: 
$150 for Members and $200 for Nonmembers
Course Materials: 
Each module contains an audio/text lecture with slides to illustrate the lecture points. A test covering the module lecture is at the end of each module. The course features a full glossary.

The PI Core Course is required for any successful completion in a PI Practice Area course. Upon successful completion of the PI Core Course and one PI Practice Area course gives a certificate of completion in the Practice Area. Upon successful completion of the PI Core Course and all 8 PI Practice Area courses gives a certificate of completion in Personal Injury.

This module presents the basic elements and issues required for intentional torts, and particular types of intentional torts such as assault, battery, false imprisonment, abuse of process, defamation, invasion of privacy, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.