Recent Lectures by Patrick Malone

“Doing Good and Doing Well: Why Non-Monetary Justice Is Important,” American Association for Justice, Baltimore, July 2014

“Advanced Lessons in Rules of the Road for Medical Negligence Cases,” American Association for Justice, Baltimore, July 2014

“Rules of the Road in Employment Cases,” National Employment Lawyers Association, Boston, June 2014

“Rules of the Road,” Missouri Association for Justice, Lake of the Ozarks, MO, June 2014

“Crafting and Using Rules of the Road to Win Your Case,” West Virginia Association for Justice, Charleston, W.Va., June 2014

“Rules of the Road in Depositions,” D.C. Trial Lawyers Association, Washington, D.C., March 2014

“The Lord High Chancellor, David’s Smooth Stones, and the Rules of the Road,” Florida Justice Association, Orlando, FL, February 2014

“Doing Good: Non-Monetary Results in Personal Injury Cases,” Inner Circle of Advocates, Aspen, CO, August 2013

“Cross-Examining Experts with the Rules of the Road,” and “ Informed Consent: the Power of Knowledge,” American Association of Justice 2013 Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, July 2013

“New Developments in ‘Rules’ in Medical Malpractice Cases,” Medical Negligence Information Exchange Group, San Francisco, CA, July 2013

“Comments on the Role of Popular Opinion in Judicial Decision Making,” Pound Institute Annual Forum, San Francisco, CA, July 2013

“Forcing the Defendant into Your Corral,” Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, Cheyenne, WY, June 2013

“Winning Medical Negligence Cases with Rules of the Road Featuring Patrick Malone,” AAJ Education’s Seminar, Scottsdale, AZ, March 2013

“The Problem of Pain: Legal Frontiers in Proving the Pain of Others,” American Bar Association Webinar, February 2013

“Trapping the Defendant with the Rules of the Road Technique,” AAJ Education’s Weekend with the Stars Seminar, New York, NY, December 2012

“Cross-Examining Experts with the Rules of the Road Technique,” Kansas Association for Justice, Kansas City, MO, November 2012

“Forcing the Defendant into Your Corral,” Nevada Association for Justice, San Diego, CA, October 2012

“Cross-Examination with the Rules of the Road,” D.C. Trial Lawyers Association, Washington, D.C., October 2012

“2012 Ethics for the Trial Lawyer” Webinar Course Number VTZ111, October  2012

“Unethical Secret Settlements”, AAJ Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, July 2012

“Winning Medical Negligence Cases with Rules of the Road,” AAJ Seminar in Las Vegas, NV, June 2012

“Winning Medical Malpractice Cases with the Rules of The Road,” Ohio Association for Justice annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio, May 2012

“Secret settlements: Bad for everyone but wrongdoers,” Kansas Association for Justice, annual meeting in Kansas City, December 2011.

“Appellate case review,” District of Columbia Superior Court, civil trial judges, December 2011.

“OsiriX software for viewing medical imaging: a professional radiology workstation on your laptop,” Etheridge Society annual meeting, October 2011, and Inner Circle of Advocates annual meeting, August 2011

“Rules of the Road in Employment Cases,” Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association, April 2011.

Rules of the Road and Secret Settlement talks at New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk convention, Atlantic City, April 2011.

Rules of the Road, Iowa trial lawyers, Des Moines, April 2011.

“Rules of the Road – Advanced Techniques,” Delaware Trial Lawyers Association, December 2010.

“Appellate case review,” District of Columbia Superior Court, civil trial judges, December 2010.

Secret settlements: unethical and bad for your practice, Arkansas trial lawyers, November 2010.

Secret settlements: unethical and bad for your practice, California consumer attorneys annual convention, San Francisco, November 2010.

“Proving subtle brain damage in a child,” American Association for Justice annual convention, Vancouver, B.C., July 2010.
“Why secret settlements are unethical,” American Association for Justice annual convention, Vancouver, B.C., July 2010.
“New techniques for winning cases with the ‘Rules of the Road’ method,” Pennsylvania Association for Justice, Bedford Springs, Pa., June 2010.

“Why secret settlements are unethical,” American Association for Justice teleseminar, March 2010.
“What Aristotle can teach us about the art of persuasion,” Brain Injury Association of America, executives conference, February 2010, San Antonio.

“New appellate cases and medical malpractice law review,” District of Columbia Superior Court, civil trial judges, December 2009.

“Rules of the Road” talks at trial lawyer meetings in Richmond, Va. (VTLA), Las Vegas, Nv. (AAJ Mega-Seminar), San Francisco (AAJ annual meeting).  July-October 2009.

“Rules of the Road,” Atlantic Provinces (Canada) Trial Lawyers Association, St. John’s, Newfoundland, June 2009

“Rules of the Road: Advanced Techniques,” Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, Indianapolis, May 2009
“Rules of the Road in Brain Injury Cases,” Brain Injury Association of America, Las Vegas, May 2009
“Rules of the Road,” joint meeting of Maryland and D.C. Trial Lawyers Associations, Washington, D.C., January 2009.
“Important case law you must know about,” D.C. Trial Lawyers Association, January 2009.
“New appellate cases,” District of Columbia Superior Court, civil trial judges, December 2008.
“Rules of the Road – Refining the Rules,” American Association for Justice, Las Vegas, October 2008.
“Rules of the Road,” Ohio Association for Justice, Cleveland, October 2008.

“Rules of the Road for Professional Negligence Cases,” American Association for Justice annual convention, Philadelphia, July 2008

“Rules of the Road,” ATLA-New Jersey annual Boardwalk seminar, Atlantic City, May 2008

“Lincoln’s Second Inaugural: Lessons for Trial Lawyers from a Great Speech,” Inner Circle of Advocates, Boston, August 2007

“Cross-Examination of a Defense Medical Examiner: Model Demonstration,” American Association for Justice annual convention, Chicago, July 2007.

“Rules of the Road,” North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers annual convention, Sunrise Beach, N.C., June 2007.

“Rules of the Road,” Virginia Trial Lawyers Association annual convention, Greenbrier Hotel, W.Va., April 2007.

“Rules of the Road: A Plaintiff Lawyer’s Guide to Proving Liability.” Association of Trial Lawyers of America, “Weekend with the Stars,” New York City, December 2006.

“Rules of the Road,” Kansas Trial Lawyers Association annual convention, Kansas City, December 2006.

“Avoiding Reversal and other Pitfalls,” District of Columbia Superior Court, civil trial judges, November 2006.

“Successful wrongful death damages arguments,” Etheridge Society, Charlottesville, Va., October 2006.

“Closing argument on wrongful death damages,” Inner Circle of Advocates, Seattle, Wa., August 2006.

“Rules of the Road,” D.C. Trial Lawyers Association spring seminar, Washington, D.C., March 2006.

“Reversed! Avoiding Trouble with the D.C. Court of Appeals,” District of Columbia Superior Court, civil calendar trial judges, December 2005

“Peril and Promise: Expert Witnesses in Medical Malpractice Cases Face the Daubert/Frye Admissibility Tests,” Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Arlington, Virginia, October 2005

“Motions Practice in Big Cases,” Inner Circle of Advocates, New York City, August 2005

“Confessions of a Recovering Power Point-Aholic,” Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Toronto, July 2005

Daubert Litigation Group, seminar moderator, ATLA, Toronto, July 2005

“Ten Key Principles for Winning Money Damages Commensurate With Your Client’s Injury,” Maryland Trial Lawyers Association, Baltimore, June 2005. Same topic, Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C., March 2005.

Panel discussion on voir dire and the Batson rule, D.C. Judicial Conference, May 2005.