Dan Shulman has been a practicing trial lawyer for more than 50 years. In 2020, after 50 years of private firm practice, he became a Staff Attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota and took a position as Of Counsel with his son’s Minneapolis law firm Shulman & Buske PLLC.
On-Demand: January 6, 2023
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Join attorney Daniel Shulman in this presentation as he provides you with detail information on how to create effective arguments for admissibility, he will also be discussing topics such as pretrial preparation, mastering the rules of evidence, the Hearsay rule, and much more.
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Date / Time: January 6, 2023
Daniel R. Shulman | Shulman & Buske PLLC
Dan Shulman has been a practicing trial lawyer for more than 50 years. In 2020, after 50 years of private firm practice, he became a Staff Attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota and took a position as Of Counsel with his son’s Minneapolis law firm Shulman & Buske PLLC. He specializes in complex commercial and civil rights litigation. He was admitted to practice in Minnesota in 1970 and has tried lawsuits in state and federal courts in Minnesota and numerous other states. He is a member of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and the American College of Trial Lawyers.
He is also a Fellow Emeritus of the Litigation Counsel of America. He was named a Minnesota Lawyer of the Year for 2012 and 2018.
In 2021-22, he was included in The Best Lawyers in America in the categories of Antitrust Law, Bet-the-Company Litigation, and Commercial Litigation.
He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude from Harvard College (1965), a Master’s Degree in English Literature from Yale University (1967), and a Juris Doctor degree with honors from Harvard Law School (1970).
I. Pretrial Preparation to Ensure Admissibility | 2:00pm – 2:20pm
II. Mastering the Rules of Evidence | 2:20pm – 2:40pm
III. The Hearsay Rule | 2:40pm – 3:00pm
Break | 3:00pm – 3:10pm
IV. Experts | 3:10pm – 3:40pm
V. Responding to Objections | 3:40pm – 4:10pm