KDDK attorney Brian P. Williams will serve on the faculty for “Advanced Civil Litigation Skills in Indiana,” a two-day practical course presented by the National Business Institute (NBI) being held December 13 and December 14, 2016, at the Holiday Inn Airport, 7101 U.S. Hwy. 41 N., Evansville, IN 47725. This advanced level seminar is designed for attorneys seeking to enhance their civil litigation practice. Experienced paralegals and court staff may also benefit from attendance.
Day one’s program will focus on trial preparation, and Williams will present information about new federal rules of civil procedure, top trial mistakes from judge and attorney perspectives, and advanced techniques for settling your case before trial. On day two, which will cover courtroom strategies, Williams will present on using evidence to support your proposed damages.
Additional information regarding the agenda, registration, fees, CLE, etc., can be found by calling (800) 930-6182 or at www.nbi-sems.com.
Brian Williams has practiced business litigation, economic development, contract and employment litigation, real estate, estate planning and trust litigation for more than 30 years. He brings a keen understanding of people and organizations to his legal practice. Brian is an effective advocate for his clients in the court room or at the mediation table, as well as an effective advocate for a new business seeking to locate in this community. Having honed his skills in the court room and as a civic leader, Brian’s advocacy skills empower clients to achieve their goals in an effective manner.
Brian has been heavily involved with the Boy Scouts of America (Central Region President), Evansville Industrial Foundation (Secretary and Legal Counsel), Indiana University Alumni Association (Former National Secretary), Indiana University Maurer School of Law (Alumni Board Former President and Board Member), Rotary Club of Evansville (Former President), Vanderburgh County Law Library Foundation (Former President and Board Member), and many other civic and charitable organizations. He also can be credited for his efforts to help “bring hockey to Evansville.”
Professionally, Brian is an active member of the American Bar Association, American Judicature Society, Indiana State Bar Association, and Evansville Bar Association.