Laurel, Maryland attorney, Robert V. Clark, Jr. will address the Prince George's County Bar Association on "Effective Use of Expert Witnesses" at the annual meeting.

The Prince George's County Bar Association will hold its annual meeting at the Newton White Mansion in Mitchellville, Maryland on Tuesday June 10, 2014. The longstanding event will be preceded by a seminar being led by Robert V. Clark, Jr. Esquire of the Laurel, Maryland law firm, Clark and Steinhorn, P.C.

The seminar will focus on effective examination and cross-examination of expert witnesses at trial. An expert panel has been put together including attorneys Giancarlo Ghiardi, Robert Zarbin and Thomas Doran. Additionally, two actual medical experts will be present to offer their perspective on best and most effective trial practices.

Mr. Clark has served as co-chairman of the Prince George's County Bar Association's Tort Law Committee, on and off for more than 15 years. He has addressed the membership on various topics concerning the successful trial of personal injury and malpractice cases.

Attendees will receive copious materials designed to enhance their ability to use expert witnesses more effectively and to undercut the effectiveness of opposing experts. While the focus will be predominately on medical experts in automobile accident cases, it is anticipated that discussion concerning other kinds of experts and other kinds of cases will ensue.

For more information go to the Bar Association website, where the full details of the seminar including the mechanism for signing up will be avaialble shortly.