Wednesday, January 2, 2019

SAVE THE DATE: Encore Presentations of Forrest Gump Themed Civil Litigation Update CLE in February

Daniel E. Cummins of the Scranton, PA law firm of Foley, Comerford & Cummins, along with Attorney Paul Oven of the Moosic, PA law firm of Dougherty, Leventhal & Price, will be providing encore presentations of a CLE seminar entitled "The Law is Like a Box of Chocolates:  A Forrest Gump Themed Civil Litigation Update" for both the Lackawanna Bar Association and the Monroe County Bar Association in February, 2019.

Video clips of famous quotes from the movie Forrest Gump will be used in an effort to make the civil litigation update an entertaining hour for the attendees.

The idea for this seminar comes from a previous article of mine entitled "The Lessons of Forrest Gump" that was featured in the March/April 2015 edition of the Pennsylvania Lawyer magazine published by the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

Here's a LINK to the article for your reading enjoyment.

Attorney Oven and I will be presenting this Lunch and Learn CLE seminar at the Monroe County Bar Association office located at 913 Main Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360 on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 with lunch beginning at 11:30 am and the CLE program beginning at 12 noon.

The cost to attend the Monroe Bar Association CLE is $30 for Members, $25 for Monroe Co. YLD members, and $35 for non-Members.  Please contact the Monroe County Bar Association at 570-424-7288 or by contacting the Executive Director of the Bar, Denise Burdge at to register.

The Lackawanna Bar Association will take place as a Lunch and Learn as well on Thursday, February 28, 2019 beginning at 12 noon at the Bar Association offices at 233 Penn Ave., Scranton, PA 18503.

Lackawanna Bar Members may attend the CLE at no charge.  The fee for non-Members is $60.  To RSVP and/or register, please email

The Lackawanna County CLE Lunch & Learn program for this particular event is sponsored by Cummins Mediation Services.  Please contact me at or at 570-346-0745 should you wish to set up a Mediation to bring your case to a close.

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