REGISTER FOR OUR OCTOBER 2019 CONFERENCE
IMPORTANT CHANGE - MTMP Begins on a Tuesday (not Wednesday) this October
$200 Early Bird Discount Ends July 23
Your competition will be in Las Vegas at MTMP. Will you? Our conferences are the largest gatherings of mass tort attorneys in the world, with over 1000 participants from 500 law firms at each event.
The October 2019 conference is designed to maximize your ability to network and build relationships, as well as learn strategy and insights into the latest mass tort projects.
WAYS TO SAVE AT MTMP!
- Early Bird Discount - Expires July 24, 2019 - $200 Discount*
- National Trial Lawyers Members Receive a $300 Discount**
- Paralegals & Firm Administrators pay just $1,195! Bring 3 or more and pay just $1,095!
- Multiple Attendee Discounts
*Early Bird Special Discount: Register before July 24, and receive up to a $200 discount per individual being registered. The discount code is Early1019.
**National Trial Lawyers Members can receive up to a $300 discount per individual being registered. To receive the discount code contact Hope Crew at Hcrew@TheNTL.org.
DID YOU KNOW?
MTMP donates $50 from every registration to the Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame at Temple University Beasley School of Law. Additionally, all conference attendees, participants, and speakers receive a one-year subscription to The Trial Lawyer magazine, a $99 value.
Discount Restrictions: please note that discount codes cannot be combined.
YOU CARE ABOUT
The MTMP Las Vegas conferences are designed for individuals working in the area of plaintiff mass torts and class action litigation, as well as securities and toxic torts.
- Class Actions
- College and Church Sexual Assault
- Hernia Mesh
- Human Trafficking
- IVC Filters
- Military Combat Earplugs
- Monsanto Roundup
- Stryker LFIT V40
- Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer
- Talcum Powder Mesothelioma
- Much More!
Mass Torts & Class Action News
- Is the Growing Use of E-Cigarettes Making Smoking Acceptable Again?
- A Deadly Baby Sleeper Was Recalled: Too Little, Too Late?
- Breast Augmentation that can be Fatal – What did the Industry Know?
- Surgical Staplers Implicated in 9,000 Injuries and Over 350 Deaths
- California Jury Awards Couple $2 Billion in Latest Roundup Verdict
- GPB Private Placements / Sales Practice Investigation
The expanded venue size means we can accommodate over 1000+ attendees at the upcoming conference, but space is extremely limited at the Bellagio and surrounding hotels. Don’t wait to book your reservations.
WHAT ATTENDEES SAY ABOUT MTMP
"When you come to a MTMP conference there is an energy, an excitement, an electricity in the air, the likes of which does not exist at any other conference at any time or place." John Romano, Florida
"There is a lot of networking at MTMP. So people meet each other for the first time or reconnect with each other after years of absences." Debra Pole, California
"The greatest trial lawyers in the country are here at MTMP. It's a learning experience like no other." Michael Burg, Colorado
MTMP conferences are limited to attendees engaged primarily in civil Plaintiff representation or criminal Defense representation. It is strictly forbidden for an individual to attend the conference if he/she or any law firm member is associated with or working in any way connected to the defense of any case or case type that may be covered at the conference. Registrants must also confirm that they do not work with or on behalf of any company that seeks reimbursement from plaintiff settlement proceeds for medical, secondary payer, or subrogation liens of any type.
Mass Tort Made Perfect, LLC reserves the right to return any deposited fees, decline any application for attendance, refuse entrance, and decline admission to any and all attendees and applicants at any time.
Registrants who cancel on or before October 8 will receive a full refund. After that date, all fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to a future seminar. Substitutions may be made at any time, including the first day of the seminar. Walk-ins are welcome, but pay an additional $100 fee.