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LUNCH & LEARN SCHEDULE

(Temple University Harrisburg - Strawberry Square, 234 Strawberry St, Harrisburg, PA 17101)

1/14/20       Gretchen Ramsey  The Art of Communication

2/11/20       Annual Meeting

3/10/20       TBD

4/14/20       Harris Investigations

5/12/20       Denise Elliot, Esquire

6/9/20         David Noll, Esquire

9/8/20         TBD

11/10/20     TBD


    • February 29, 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Post & Schell, 17 North 2nd Street, 12th Floor, Harrisburg, PA

    Please plan to attend the annual transition meeting for CPPA’s committee chairs and board members.  The purpose of this meeting is to discuss this year’s events, review budgets and to introduce new committee chairs and members.  We look forward to seeing you on February 29. A light breakfast will be provided that morning.  This is a dress down occasion.  Feel free to wear jeans, sneakers, etc.

    Please RSVP to Dave Gruver at dgruver@mcneeslaw.com.   


    Post & Schell is beside the Hilton. Mulligan’s Restaurant is on our first floor.  (Look for their black awning and the entrance doors are immediately to the left of the restaurant.) 

    Parking:  The Walnut Street Garage is the closest (about two blocks away).  CPPA will reimburse you for your expense, so please submit an expense report and receipt to Kim Perez for reimbursement.   The building is locked at all times, so you will need to be let into the building.  Contact Vicki Bolinger via her cell for admittance. 





    • March 10, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Temple University Center/Simulcast
    Register


      Graham Hetrick has served as Dauphin County Coroner since 1990.  He is a respected expert and investigator and a bit of a celebrity.   The true crime series The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead chronicles some of Hetrick's most mysterious and disturbing homicides.  

      We are fortunate to have Mr. Hetrick with us to discuss the process of medicolegal investigation and how it relates to both criminal and civil adjudications. This program will cover the following topics:

      ·         The need to understand the concepts of critical thinking within the realm of legal research and investigation

      ·         Understanding the sometimes variances between medical roles of physicians and that of medicolegal investigators and forensic pathologist

      ·         The process of threshold analysis to determining the value of one legal argument over the other

       


      • April 14, 2020
      • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
      • Temple University Center/Simulcast
      Register

      Presented by Michele Harris, Harris Investigations

      Have you ever wondered about the ins and outs of process service.  Well, now is your chance!

      • ·         Learn what process servers can and can’t do
      • ·         Learn the nuances between the federal and state rules
      • ·         Learn how to properly use an investigator


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