Our highly-acclaimed national expert witness conference is presented only once each year.

We have assembled a top notch faculty. Our faculty includes an award winning trial judge, trial lawyers from top international firms such as Sidley Austin, Weil Gotshal, and Sedwick, nationally known jury consultants and multiple highly successful expert witnesses. I have provided a summary of our presentations and faculty at the end of this email.

Our 22nd Annual National Expert Witness Conference will be held on Saturday & Sunday, April 27-28, 2013. We have moved this program to the weekend in order to avoid trial and deposition conflicts.

We have selected as the meeting venue a very convenient fly in, fly out hotel (Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare) in the bustling Rosemont convention area.   The group rate at the site hotel is only $132/night and the Crowne Plaza even provides a free airport shuttle.

To register or for complete details, please call 508-457-1111 or click the link above.

Please register today and enjoy an early registration bonus.

I very much hope you can join us in Chicago.

Very truly yours,


Steve Babitsky, Esq.
President and Founder
SEAK, Inc.
316 Gifford Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Direct Dial 508-548-9443


 22nd Annual SEAK National Expert Witness Conference Presentations & Faculty

A View From The Bench
The Honorable Peter M. Lauriat, Massachusetts Superior Court, Boston, MA

How to Write a Bullet-Proof Expert Report
Jeff Balcombe, CPA/ABV/CFF,CFA,ASA  The BVA Group LLC Plano, TX

Effective Presentation of Expert Witness Testimony 
Ken Broda-Bahm, Ph.D.,Persuasion Strategies, Denver, CO

The Expert Witness Deposition: The Deposing Attorney’s Goals, Strategy and Tactics
James W. Mizgala, Esq., Sidley Austin LLP, Chicago, IL

How to Use Technology in the Courtroom to Support Your Expert Opinion
Timothy S. Tomasik, Esq., Clifford Law Offices, P.C., Chicago, IL

How to Exceed The Expectations of Retaining Counsel
Fred Allen Smith, III, Esq., Sedgwick LLP, Chicago, IL

How to Deal With Intrusive Discovery Requests Directed Toward You the Expert Witness
James H. Rotondo, Esq. , Day Pitney LLP, Hartford, CT

How to Form Defensible Opinions
Carol Beebe Walser, PhD, San Francisco, CA

Discoverability of Lawyer-Expert Communications in Federal and State Courts
Angela C. Zambrano, Esq., Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, Dallas, TX

How to Market and Grow Your Expert Witness Practice
John H. Fullerton, MD, MRO, CMD, CFP, FACP, AGSF, FAAHPM , Hampton Health, Ltd., San Francisco, CA

How to Prepare So Well For Your Expert Witness Deposition That You Amaze Retaining Counsel
Steven Babitsky, Esq., SEAK, Inc., Falmouth, MA

How to Defend Yourself from Abuse By Retaining and Opposing Counsel
Steven S. Simring, MD, MPH, Columbia University, New York, NY

Surviving Cross-Examination: How Not to be Embarrassed
Quentin Brogdon Esq., Law Offices of Frank Branson, Dallas, TX

How to Prevent Your Expert Testimony from Being Limited or Excluded
Lawrence G. Cetrulo, Esq., Cetrulo & Capone LLP, Boston, MA

Courtroom Communication Techniques for Expert Witnesses
Theresa Zagnoli, Zagnoli McEvoy Foley LLC, Chicago, IL

How to Deal With an Aggressive Attorney at Deposition and Trial
Rudy Robinson III, MAI, Austin Valuation Consultants, Ltd., Austin, TX

How to Build Positive Word of Mouth With Attorneys
Tammy B. Georgelas, Esq., Snow, Christensen & Martineau, Salt Lake City, UT

How to Excel in Complex Cases Involving a Large Number of Documents and Multiple Experts
Steven Herscovici, PhD, The Brattle Group, Cambridge, MA

Traps for the Unwary: Career Ending Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
James J. Mangraviti, Jr., Esq., SEAK, Inc., Falmouth, MA

Niche Expertise: The Advantages and How to Develop
John S. Morse, PE, Westville, OK