October 24, 2017
Michigan Auto Law attorney Jordan M. Jones recently appeared as a plaintiffs’ lawyer expert for an ICLE “on-demand” video seminar, “First-Party No Fault Update 2017,” which focused on judicial decisions and new statutes concerning injured people who sue their car insurance companies.
This annual program gives lawyers who practice No Fault law a review of Michigan Supreme Court and Michigan Court of Appeals decisions handed down in the year so far, and a breakdown of how and why each opinion could impact or is impacting their practice.
ICLE is the Institute of Continuing Legal Education for lawyers. The organization provides training and education to Michigan lawyers, often with experts in the field, like Jordan, leading these classes.
Jordan Jones is a frequent ICLE lecturer. He has served as a No Fault law attorney expert for legal seminars including one on how to effectively depose expert witnesses and lay witnesses in a No Fault lawsuit, and another on the basics of handling a No Fault case in Michigan.
For information on how to obtain the “First-Party No-Fault Update 2017” on-demand seminar, visit here.