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Mr. Marconi is a frequent lecturer on topics pertaining to business litigation, tort reform, and legal and accounting malpractice.  These include:

  • Legal Malpractice Update, 1994-1996 for the defense counsel panel of the ISBA Mutual Insurance Company
  • Accountants Liability, during the Illinois State Bar Association’s Midyear Meeting, 1995
  • The Role of Experts in Defending an Accountant, during the 1995 Annual Litigation Services Conference of the Illinois CPA Society/ Foundation
  • Autopsy of a Runaway Discrimination Verdict:  Changing Hindsight to Foresight, during a conference of the Labor & Employment Practice Group of ALFA International, 2001
  • Trade Secrets, the Business Litigation Practice Group of ALFA International, 2002
  • Discovery, Document Retention and E-Discovery in a Post-Enron World, ALFA International, 2005
  • What Keeps General Counsel Up At Night, ALFA International, in 2008
  • Ethics and E-Discovery, ALFA International, in 2008
  • Keeping Economic Damages Down: Advanced Application of Basic Concepts, ALFA Business Seminar, 2011
  • Ethical and Legal Obligations of a Corporate Director, ISBA Mutual Insurance Company, 2011
  • Agents and Brokers Professional Liability, ALFA International, 2011
  • Ethical Issues in Family Law Practice, panel discussion at the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Illinois chapter, 2011. Mr. Marconi's co-presenter was Donald C. Schiller of Schiller, DuCanto & Fleck, LLP. The panel included Judges Edward R. Jordan, Naomi H. Schuster, Mark J. Lopez, all of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Domestic Relations Division.
  • Speaker at Lloyd's library in London, England regarding the financial meltdown and Dodd and Frank financial reform law and their impact on business professional liability.

Other speeches given include

  • Tort Reform - What Does it Mean for Legal and Accounting Malpractice, ISBA Law Ed, 1995
  • Third Party Practice, ISBA Law Ed, 1994
  • Lost ProfitsMoorman, Punitive Damages, Consequential Damages, for the Chicago Bar Association in 1993 and 1995
  • Initial Case Evaluation and Development of Legal Theories, Chicago Bar Association, 1994
  • Pleading and Proving Damages, Defenses of Mitigation of Damages and Fraud in the Inducement, Lost Profits, Moorman, Punitive Damages, Consequential Damages, Chicago Bar Association, 1993