On Wednesday, February 24, 2021, Philip Gold will be a speaker at The Florida Justice Association’s 36th annual John Romano’s Workhorse Seminar. Philip will be addressing combating defense tactics where chapter 57 sanctions and grievances are used to try to gain leverage. He will be going into detail on what to do, how to do it and when to do it.
John Romano’s Workhorse seminar is an annual event that takes place over the course of four days, featuring 60 renowned speakers, and 50 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits including 5 ethics and 4 technology. In most states, once lawyers are admitted into the bar, they are required to complete a minimum number of CLE. These credits are typically required either annually or biennially.
Completion of these credits happen through live classes and can also be received by being a guest lecturer on a panel. This Wednesday attorneys can receive up to 3 years of CLE through this seminar. Legal professionals must continue to learn as they advance in their careers. CLE aids in filling any gaps within a lawyers education and broadening their knowledge while also providing an opportunity to network with legal professionals alike.
A full agenda of this year’s event can be found HERE