las vegas signI’m delighted to be on the agenda for the Spring 2015 Mass Torts Made Perfect Seminar at the Wynn Hotel & Resort in Las Vegas, April 15-17, 2015!

If you are a plaintiff attorney and have never attended a MTMP Seminar before, now is your chance to learn from the most successful mass tort attorneys in the U.S.  MTMP seminars are designed to help plaintiff attorneys become successful in all aspects of their practices, and include sessions on building and managing a successful practice as well as litigation strategies when it’s time to “go to the mattresses.”

I am kicking off the first day of this three-day seminar on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 8:30 a.m. with a presentation on Top 10 Ways to Double Your Lead Conversion in 90 Days that will include:

  • The 5 biggest mistakes attorneys make in their intake
  • Over a dozen best practices to improve your lead conversion
  • Key metrics to measure with your intake team
  • Why you must measure and track the 5 stages of lead conversion for your law firm
  • The 3 fastest ways to convert more prospects into paying clients

The first day of the seminar will focus entirely on financing and marketing strategies for plaintiff law firms; the next two days are filled with updates on leading mass tort litigation in the U.S. as well as strategies from leading litigators on how to prevail in mass tort actions and primers on medical malpractice and class actions.

Another highlight of the MTMP Seminar will be a live performance by comedian George Lopez on Thursday evening, April 16.

You can register online for the Spring 2015 Mass Torts Made Perfect Seminar or call 800-320-2227.  CLE credits are available from all states with mandatory requirements.  National Trial Lawyers Association members receive a $300 discount off the $1495 seminar fee; to get the discount code, email Hcrew@Thentl.org.

There are also discounts available for firms that send three or more attorneys to this session.  Paralegals and firm administrators receive a $300 discount off the regular seminar fee.