CLE Hours: 6 including 6 General, 0 Ethics, 0 Professionalism, 3 Trial Practice
Eric J. Hertz is a double Board-Certified Trial Attorney by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and the American Board of Trial Advocates. A member of America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators and Top 10 Nursing Home Trial Lawyers, Mr. Hertz has tried over 100 jury trials as Lead Attorney and handled over 100 wrongful death cases, resulting in multi-millions of dollars collected for his clients, including several record high verdicts.
Mr. Hertz is the author of Nursing Home Abuse and Your Loved Ones (2016) and co-author of Thomas Reuters: Punitive Damages in Georgia (1997-2021); Georgia Law of Damages (1998-2022); and Georgia Law of Torts (2002). He is a regular speaker and author for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education of Georgia and has been featured in the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association legal periodical Verdict.
Rich Dolder focuses his practice on insurance coverage and insurance "bad faith." On behalf of insured defendants and injured claimants, he works to make sure insurance companies take responsibility when they cause judgments in excess of policy limits. He handles declaratory judgment actions regarding insurance coverage and consults with other attorneys on coverage issues, failure to settle and offer and acceptance. He is a co-author of Insurance Bad Faith: The Law in Georgia, soon to be printed in its fourth edition.
Mark Link is a graduate from the University of Florida where he received his undergraduatge degree and the University of Georgia for law school. He is licensed to practice law in Florida, Georgia and Alabama. Mr. Link co-authors both the Georgia Law of Damages and Punitive Damags in Georgia treatises. His practice is devoted to plaintiff's cases and he has practiced for over thirty years handling cases involving wrongful death, catastrophic injury, products liaiblity, cases against drunk drivers and governmental liability claims.
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