Dan Longo Speaks at the California State Bar’s Annual Meeting
As a superior associate and Co-Chair of the Health Law Practice Group at Murchison & Cumming Dan Longo, spoke at the California State Bar’s yearly conference in Monterey, California last Thursday, October 10. Mr. Longo’s presentation, entitled "Tips and Traps in Elder Abuse Litigation", offered details on how to recognize and handle matters occurring out of nursing home lawsuit, as well as matters of physical and monetary mistreatment and avoid.
Over thousands of lawyers turned out for this year's Oct. 10-13 conference, which too celebrated the 75th birthday of the California State Bar. Programs provided continuing lawful teaching on subjects with criminal law, family law, intellectual property and estate planning and workers compensation.
Mr. Longo spotlights his experiment practice on the areas of professional accountability and health care, with exacting significance in the protection of medical experts and long-term care facilities. Additionally, he has wide knowledge handling lawful misconduct, employment proceedings and common liability subjects. Mr. Longo is a Committee Chair for the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel and active in the Professional Liability Underwriters Society, the Defense Research Institute, the American Board of Trial Advocates and the California State Bar. He is resident in the firm’s
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