Upcoming Legal Webinar:
Utilizing Probability Analysis in Claims Evaluation: A Systematic Approach

September 27, 2017
10:00 a.m. PDT

Join Smith Freed Eberhard Partners Josh Hayward and Phil Bennett and Senior Counsel Brian Driscoll on Wednesday, September 27th at 10:00 a.m. PDT as they discuss utilizing decision trees and probability analysis to evaluate claims. In this one hour presentation, Josh, Phil and Brian will discuss the methods and advantages to utilizing decision trees to evaluate claims, including: 

• What decision trees are and how they can improve your claims evaluations; 
• The advantages of utilizing decision trees; and 
• How decision trees can improve litigation outcomes. 


       Josh Hayward, Partner
       Attorney Biography
       Email: jhayward@smithfreed.com
       Phone: 503-227-2424

Phil Bennett, Partner
Attorney Biography
Email: pbennett@smithfreed.com
Phone: 503-227-2424



Brian Driscoll, Senior Counsel
Attorney Biography
Email: bdriscoll@smithfreed.com
Phone: 503-227-2424


The knowledge base required for this webinar is rated as:

The webinar will be scheduled to last for one hour and is pending Texas CE credit. Immediately following the webinar, a question and answer session will be scheduled to last for 15 minutes.

Webinar Information:
Title: Utilizing Probability Analysis in Claims Evaluation: A Systematic Approach

Date: Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time
Fee: None
Presenters: Partner, Josh Hayward, Partner, Phil Bennett and Senior Counsel, Brian Driscoll
Questions: Please contact Brieanne Vanderpool at 503-227-2424 or



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