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Discovery of Medical & AODA Records 2023

Product ID: CA3473R6
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This seminar is an excerpt from Advanced Skills and Techniques for Family Law 2022

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Friday, May 05, 202312:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

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This seminar is an excerpt from Advanced Skills and Techniques for Family Law 2022


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This seminar is an excerpt from Advanced Skills and Techniques for Family Law 2022

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Kathryn Pugh received her law degree in 2005 from Drake University Law School in Des Moines. She spent the first five years of her legal career as an assistant state’s attorney in Illinois. There she spent several years focused on protecting abused and neglected children by prosecuting juvenile abuse, neglect and dependency cases, and termination of parental rights proceedings. Kathryn moved to Madison and joined Schuster Family Law in 2011. She practices in all areas of family litigation. Her practice also includes guardianships, injunctions, and grandparent/third party visitation. A significant part of Kathryn’s practice is serving as a guardian ad litem, representing children’s best interests in custody and placement disputes. 

  • Understand how medical records and AODA evaluations are used in family law matters
  • Learn the correct process for obtaining medical and AODA records
  • Receive sample documents you can use in the discovery process
  • Know how to respond when you receive a request for records
  • Identify and assess potential privilege issues that may prohibit disclosure of records
  • Effectively counsel clients about the impact of granting access to AODA and medical records 
  • Family law practitioners
  • Litigators
  • Guardianship attorneys
  • Paralegals
  • Criminal law attorneys
  • General practitioners 
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