Upcoming Le gal Webinar: Trick or Treat: Tricks to Turn Your Premises Liability Claims Into Treats 

October 24, 2017
10:00 a.m. PT

Join Smith Freed Eberhard Partner Matt Ukishima and Associate CJ Martin on Tuesday, October 24th at 10:00 a.m. PT, as they provide an overview and insight on premises liability law in Oregon and Washington. In this hour long Webinar presentation, Matt and CJ will discuss:

  • Commercial property owner liability for third-party criminal conduct;
  • Commercial and homeowner liability exposure for premises related injuries such as slips, trips and falls;
  • How to protect the insured once you are notified of a claim; and
  • Best practices and policies to prevent potential claims, and keep them from getting scary.


       Matt Ukishima, Partner
Attorney Biography
       Email: matt@smithfreed.com
       Phone: 503-227-2424

CJ Martin, Associate
Attorney Biography
Email: cmartin@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: Trick or Treat: Tricks to Turn Your Premises Liability Claims Into Treats

Date: Tuesday,October 24th, 2017
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time
Fee: None
Presenters: Partner,
Matt Ukishima and Associate CJ Martin
Questions: Please contact Brieanne Vanderpool at 503-227-2424 or bvanderpool@smithfreed.com



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