Our team at Melick & Porter, LLP is pleased to announce that our own attorney Michael Mazurczak will be using his experience handling civil trials in the digital realm to moderate “Navigating and Winning in the Virtual Courtroom,” a virtual panel for Themis Advocates Group on Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 2 PM ET.
Featuring Jennifer Crow and Mark Scheer of Scheer Law PLLC, Sarah Hansen of Burden, Hafner & Hansen, and Dan Church of Morrow, Willnauer, Church, LLP, the webinar will teach our fellow lawyers to successfully handle our new, virtual court process and give you strategies for managing cases via Zoom as we head into the new year.
With the help and knowledge of Attorney Mazurczak, attorneys who take part in this webinar will be able to learn more about the following courtroom processes:
- Zoom technology from start to finish
- Remote witnesses
- Remote jurors
- Remote openings and closings
- Remote deliberations
Attendees can expect to walk away from the insightful panel learning more about how Zoom voir dire and deliberations work and how to manage opening and closing statements remotely, as well as helpful strategies for appellate advocacy when you can’t personally be among a panel of judges. This knowledge will be especially helpful as our field continues to adapt to the necessity of remote proceedings.
About Michael J. Mazurczak
With over 30 years of legal experience in both federal and state courts, Attorney Michael J. Mazurczak – aka “Maz” – has the skills and knowledge needed to handle complex civil litigation matters and mentor other attorneys in trials and appeals. He’s handled, defended, and tried dozens of cases ranging from product liability and oil spills to liquor liability and construction litigation.
A graduate from Marquette University, Maz frequently speaks on topics such as mediation and toxic torts for national insurance companies, insurance trade associations, and more, and he’s lectured for the Non-Profit Risk Management Institute in Washington D.C. He’s been recognized by peers throughout the country such as Super Lawyers and spends his time volunteering at Justice Bridge to provide recent law school graduates with valuable mentorship.