Ethics of Spoliation of Evidence
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - Noon - 1:00pm MT
The Wyoming Trial Lawyers will present a one hour webinar on the Ethics of Spoliation of Evidence. The program will address the ethical considerations at play with respect to failures to preserve and produce evidence and efforts to destroy or alter or obstruct access to evidence. In a bonus segment, the speaker will discuss a recent federal court decision involving a “strange twist” on the receipt of inadvertently disclosed confidential information.
The seminar will be presented by Bernard J. DiMuro, former president of the Virginia State Bar and former chair of the Virginia Disciplinary Board.
About Your Speaker:
Bernard J. DiMuro, the managing partner of DiMuroGinsberg, is a highly regarded, experienced, and skilled litigator. He represents corporations and individuals in highly complex civil litigation in both the federal and state courts as well as administrative tribunals in many areas including business torts, corporate and employment law, securities fraud, product liability, professional liability and ethics, and defamation. He is often quoted in legal publications and is repeatedly called upon by other attorneys to provide legal insight into cases and to serve as an “Expert Witness.” For these reasons and others he is continually recognized by his colleagues as one of Virginia’s “Leaders in the Law.” Most importantly, Mr. DiMuro has always “given back” to the legal community through his active involvement in a myriad of issues facing Virginia’s legal community. Perhaps his greatest achievement to date is being chosen by his peers to serve as President of the Virginia State Bar.
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