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With Liberty & Justice: A Constitutional Law Symposium 2016

Product ID: CA2544D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Catch up on the Constitution

With Liberty & Justice: A Constitutional Law Symposium reviews current trends and hot topics in this important area of law, including:

  • Damages recovery in cases involving protestors at the Wisconsin State Capitol building
  • Lessons learned from the latest class action suits
  • A closer look at opportunities and roadblocks for terminally ill patients desiring investigational drugs
  • Limitations in handling the Zika virus and other public health crises
  • Impact of recent cases on Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers (TRAP) laws
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Catch up on the Constitution

With Liberty & Justice: A Constitutional Law Symposium reviews current trends and hot topics in this important area of law, including:

  • Damages recovery in cases involving protestors at the Wisconsin State Capitol building
  • Lessons learned from the latest class action suits
  • A closer look at opportunities and roadblocks for terminally ill patients desiring investigational drugs
  • Limitations in handling the Zika virus and other public health crises
  • Impact of recent cases on Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers (TRAP) laws
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Program Chair and Presenter

Grant C. Killoran
O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C.
Milwaukee

Moderator

Robert R. Gagan
O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C.
Milwaukee

Presenters

Chad Baruch
Johnston Tobey Baruch PC
Dallas, TX

Paul E. Benson
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
Milwaukee

Douglas P. Dehler
O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C.
Milwaukee

Jeff Scott Olson
The Jeff Scott Olson Law Firm S.C.
Madison

Ian Pitz
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
Madison

Robyn S. Shapiro
Health Sciences Law Group LLC
Fox Point

Christa D. Wittenberg
O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C.
Milwaukee

8:30 a.m. : Recovering Damages for Arrested Protesters – the Wisconsin Capitol Cases

  • The claims: First Amendment and Fourth Amendment
  • The defenses: Constitutional severance-and-construction and qualified immunity
  • The cases so far:
    o Ryan v. Tubbs – Six protesters holding signs
    o Salvia v. Fell – One non-protester in the wrong place at the wrong time
    o The class action – Can two hundred innocent arrestees be wrong?

Jeff Scott Olson

9:20 a.m. : The Petition Clause: History’s Forgotten Freedom

  • How the Petition Clause went from America’s most critical expressive freedom to a constitutional relic
  • The Petition Clause and public employee speech
  • Is a resurrection of the Petition Clause underway?
  • Bringing and defending claims using the Petition Clause

Chad Baruch

10:10 a.m. : Break

10:25 a.m. : Class Action: What are the Constitutional Limits?

  • Due Process and the Proposed Changes to Rule 23
  • Standing Under Article III: The Impact of Spokeo v. Robins
  • Injury and Ascertainability: Required (Or Not) affter Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo
  • Offers of Judgment: "Picking-Off" Named Plaintiffs after Campbell-Ewald Company v. Gomez
  • Class Action Waivers: Waiving Your Right To A Class Arbitration After DIRECT TV v. Imburgia

Paul E. Benson, Douglas P. Dehler

11:15 a.m. : “Right to Try” Laws: Allowing Patients to Access Medical Treatment Without the FDA

  • What are the avenues for terminally ill patients to access investigational drugs?
  • What are the differences between state laws and FDA regulations addressing terminally ill patients’ access to investigational drugs?
  • What are the preemption issues and constitutional law issues surrounding terminally ill patients’ access to investigational drugs?

Robyn S. Shapiro

12:05 a.m. : Lunch (on your own)

1:05 p.m. : Quarantine in the Time of Ebola (and Zika)

  • Who is in charge of handling a public health crisis?
  • What can be done to solve a public health crisis?
  • What are the limits to what can be done to solve a public health crisis?

Grant C. Killoran

1:55 p.m. : Regulation of Abortion Providers and the Impact of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt

  • Overview of prior Supreme Court cases on abortion, beginning with Roe v. Wade
  • Discussion of targeted regulations of abortion providers, or TRAP laws
  • Analysis of the impact of the Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt decision
  • Discussion of pending cases involving TRAP laws, including Wisconsin’s admitting privileges law

Christa D. Wittenberg

2:45 p.m. : Break

3:00 p.m. : May I See Your Driver’s License Please: An Analysis of Recent Trends in Voter ID Litigation

  • Description of recently adopted state statutes requiring voters to display photographic identification at the polls, focusing on differences in IDs accepted and exceptions to the requirement
  • Analysis of various legal bases for challenge to strict photo ID laws
  • Explanation of how historical voting rights cases impact voter ID laws
  • Discussion of recent federal appeals court and district court decisions on photo ID laws, with a focus on 2016

Ian Pitz

3:50 p.m. : Program Concludes

Following program start times, webcast replay schedule will vary slightly from above listed times.

  • Review recent trends in voter identification litigation
  • Analyze regulations aimed at abortion providers under federal and Wisconsin law
  • Find out why the Petition Clause might make a comeback
  • Explore the constitutional limits of class action litigation
  • Examine how the constitution affects patient access to investigational medical treatment
  • Discover the legal options and limits during a public health crisis
  • Look at defenses and damages used in cases involving protestors
  • Individual rights and liberties lawyers
  • Criminal law attorneys
  • Public interest practitioners
  • Government lawyers
  • Attorneys who handle class action suits
  • General practitioners
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