Lieff Cabraser partner Mark P. Chalos will be a featured speaker on the “Holding Together Your Nationwide Class” panel at the Mass Torts Made Perfect (MTMP) Conference on Friday, April 12, 2019 at The Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas.
Mark’s panel will discuss personal jurisdiction, MDL court jurisdiction, 50-State analyses, and Hyundai/Kia practice pointers for practitioners as they all relate to the litigation of nationwide class action lawsuits.
Other panel topics for the Friday session include Latest Decisions on Arbitration; ERISA and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act; E-Cigarettes – Explosions and Chemical Exposure; Talc Cases: Ovarian Cancer and Mesothelioma; and Ethics Involving Attorney Fees and Expenses in Mass Torts.
View the full MTMP April 2018 Conference agenda.
About Mass Torts Made Perfect
MTMP conferences are designed for individuals working in the area of plaintiff mass torts and personal injury litigation, as well as those with a single-event practice looking to expand and grow their practices to include mass torts. Our biannual Las Vegas conferences are the largest gatherings of plaintiff mass tort attorneys in the world, with over 1000 participants from 440+ law firms at each event. These seminars are designed to maximize your ability to network and build relationships, as well as learn strategy and insights into the latest mass tort projects. Learn more at mtmp.com.
About Mark P. Chalos
The managing partner of Lieff Cabraser’s Nashville office, Mark Chalos represents individuals who have suffered catastrophic personal injuries and families whose loved ones died due to the negligence or misconduct of others. Mark represents counties and cities across the U.S. as well as Native American tribes and health organizations in the national opioids litigation. He is serving as part of the national case leadership in these cases, including preparing bellwether cases for trial.
Through jury trials, Chalos has held wrong-doers accountable, including representing 32 school children who were videotaped undressing in their school locker room ($1.28 million jury verdict) and a young woman who suffered a severe brain injury in a car wreck (nearly $4 million jury verdict). He also obtained an $8 million arbitration award on behalf of a business client, and overall has obtained millions of dollars in settlements for families who have been harmed by wrongful conduct.