Gregory Moffett, Peter Callaghan, William Saturley, and Rue Toland to participate in the 10th Annual Federal Practice Institute

October 25, 2018 at 8:45am4:30pm
U.S. District Court

55 Pleasant St.
Concord, NH

Gregory Moffett, Peter Callaghan, William Saturley, and Rue Toland will participate in the 10th Federal Practices Institute, the premier educational program for attorneys who litigate in federal court in New Hampshire. Gregory Moffett and Rue Toland will be joined by Judge Bruce Harwood for a discussion of bankruptcy-related issues including service of process and cash collateral; Peter Callaghan will speak on civil jury trial issues including jury selection, voir dire, special verdict form, and juror feedback; and William Saturley will discuss ethics.

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