Webinars & Interviews

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Virtual Panel – Starting a Private Practice: Ask the Experts!

Considering the practical and business aspects of starting a private practice; Exploring how to build a referral base; Learning how to balance the retaining attorney’s needs against the forensic psychiatrist’s own needs and personal ethics.

Webinar: Sexual Abuse & PTSD – Multi-Plaintiff Litigation

Mark Levy, MD and Charles Saldanha, MD, provided a succinct and focused discussion on the topic of PTSD in mass sexual abuse cases.

Virtual Panel: Emotional & Psychological Claims in Multi-Plaintiff Toxic Tort Litigation

Mark I. Levy, MD, DLFAPA and Howard J. Friedman, PhD, ABPP join a panel to discuss what attorneys need to know about the scientific and medical aspects of these injuries.

Webinar: Telepsychiatry Standards & Practices – Understanding & Mitigating Liability Risks

Psychiatrists and attorneys engage in insightful and practical discussion on this emerging issue for patients, therapists, attorneys and risk professionals.

Webinar: PTSD in Mass Tort & Multi-Plaintiff Litigation

Everything You Need to Know About Assessing PTSD Claims In Mass Tort Litigation: The “Team” Approach

Webinar: The Opioid Addiction Story

As opioid addiction continues to claim lives and litigation continues to expand, attorneys who may have potential clients – as plaintiffs or defendants – will benefit from this 95-minute session with Dr. David Kan. This live webinar is designed to give a balanced overview of the history, use and health effects of opioids.

Audio: What is happening to people’s psyches in the age of Covid 19?

Our own Mark Levy, joins The Pat Thurston Show on KGO-810.

Video: The Neuroscience of Real Life Monsters: Psychopaths, CEOs, and Politicians

Why do some people live lawful lives, while others gravitate toward repeated criminal behavior? Do people choose to be moral or immoral, or is morality simply a genetically inherited function of the brain?  Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Octavio Choi explores how emerging neuroscience challenges long-held assumptions underlying the basis—and punishment—of criminal behavior.