This month Ken joined fellow lawyers from around the country specializing in truck collision cases to take part as a faculty member at the American Association for Justice Trucking College in Dallas, Texas. Working together with select high-profile litigators and students, Ken was honored to teach a series of daily workshops on truck cases that continues to impact legislation.
The AAJ regularly provides lectures, conferences and other formats for fellow lawyers to get a better understanding of current trucking issues; but more importantly, it’s a chance for people to come together to help improve their skills. Ken had the great pleasure of speaking to a variety of participants, as well as provide one-on-one tutorials for trial lawyers looking to gain insight on individual cases.
Topics of the trucking college included truck driver depositions, hours-of-service laws, insurance coverage, using the CDL manual, motor carrier training/safety manuals and safety director issues, among others.
Ken was able to spend time with participants to discuss their respective cases, using examples from real-life examples to help them apply meaningful techniques to their current and future cases.
Ken currently serves as chair of the Education Committee of the AAJ’s Interstate Trucking Litigation Group, planning, coordinating and participating in the TLG’s trucking education initiatives, which includes in-person seminars as well as webinars.