Dick Wiles Discusses Medical Malpractice Litigation at Tex-ABOTA CLE
Mayer partner, Dick Wiles recently presented at the latest Talk Tuesdays CLE hosted by Tex-ABOTA. He collaborated with plaintiff attorney Paula Sweeney to discuss hot topics in medical malpractice and litigation today, focusing on both the defense and plaintiff’s perspectives. Some of the topics covered included: changes over 30 years of medical malpractice litigation, selecting expert witnesses, litigation support during trial, and navigating the defense attorney-insurer-insured relationship, among others.
The American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) is a national organization dedicated to promoting the right to a civil jury trial, as well as improving the ethical and technical standards of trial advocacy. ABOTA membership is strictly by invitation and is based on a lawyer's trial experience and reputation for skill, civility, and integrity in the legal profession.
Dick has been practicing law for more than 45 years, with over 36 years of membership in ABOTA. He has attained the distinction of Diplomate, which requires having tried a minimum of 100 civil jury trials to a jury verdict or hung jury as lead counsel or, alternatively, having tried 50 civil jury trials to a jury verdict or hung jury as lead counsel. His extensive trial experience and leadership within this organization demonstrates his deep understanding of the law and his commitment to providing mentorship within the legal community.