Raleigh, N.C. – On March 27, 2014, Smith Anderson Partner John Madden served as a panelist on “Discovery, Expert Witness and Damages Issues: Insights from the Bar” as part of the Medical Malpractice Fundamentals course at the University of North Carolina School of Government in Chapel Hill, N.C.
This course was offered to superior court judges by the North Carolina Judicial College of the University of North Carolina School of Government. Judges spent the day at the School of Government discussing some of the issues that set medical negligence cases apart from other civil matters.
About John Madden
John Madden has over 30 years of experience in defending doctors and hospitals in cases of alleged medical negligence. He also has extensive experience in representing businesses and individuals in a wide variety of commercial disputes. John has been honored with recognition by clients and peers and is listed in The Best Lawyers in America for Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants, Benchmark Litigation as a “Local Litigation Star” and North Carolina Super Lawyers. For more information about John, please visit his bio at SmithLaw.com.
About The University of North Carolina School of Government
The University of North Carolina School of Government provides educational programs, scholarly publications and consultation services to superior court judges. Through its North Carolina Judicial College, it provides seminars and specialized education programs for judges, clerks of court, magistrates, and court administrators in North Carolina. For more information, please visit www.sog.unc.edu.