The Litigation and Solo & Small Firm Practice Sections of the Barristers Club present
A Beginner’s Guide to Mental Health Examinations in Litigation
||Tuesday, May 4, 2021
||12:00 - 1:15 p.m.
This seminar will address the nuts and bolts of pre-trial/arbitration hearing mental health examinations of plaintiffs. Participants will hear both the defense and the prosecution’s perspectives on when a plaintiff may be required to undergo a mental health examination and the permissible scope of such an examination. Participants will also hear about real-life cases and the role of the plaintiff’s mental health examination in the outcome of the litigation.
- Under what circumstances can plaintiffs be required to undergo a mental health examination?
- Guidance regarding the logistics of setting up such an examination
- Information about what happens in these examinations
- Discussion of how the results of these examinations are used at trial or in an arbitration hearing
- The attorneys’ take on how the jury or arbitrator responded to the mental health examination information
Gabriela Kipnis, Conrad Metlitzky Kane & Carole Okolowicz, Carlson, Calladine & Peterson
Event Code: B211442
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