Bryan Clobes

Partner with Cafferty Clobes Meriwether & Sprengel LLP

Bryan L. Clobes is a graduate of the Villanova University School of Law and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland. Mr. Clobes clerked for Judge Arlin M. Adams of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Judge Mitchell H. Cohen of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, and Judge Joseph Kaplan of the Maryland Circuit Court in Baltimore. From 1989 through 1992, Mr. Clobes served as Trial Counsel to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in Washington, D.C, where he prosecuted investment fraud cases in federal courts throughout the country. Mr. Clobes has effectively served as lead counsel in hundreds of class cases covering all areas of the firm’s practice, recovered tens of billions of dollars for clients and class members in those cases, and is nationally recognized as an expert in all phases of class action litigation. Mr. Clobes has authored numerous briefs filed with the Supreme Court, and law review and journal articles, served as a panelist for class action, consumer and antitrust programs, sustained and maintained the highest rating, AV®, from Martindale-Hubbell, and been named a “Super Lawyer” each year for over the past twenty years. Mr. Clobes is admitted to the bar in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and admitted to practice in numerous federal district and circuit courts.

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If I’m registered for the conference will I automatically get my CLE Credits?

No. You must sign out at the Registration/CLE desk before departing the conference.

What do I need in order to sign up for CLE?

You need to have your Bar number for all states in which you would receive credit.

What if I cannot attend the whole conference? Can I receive partial credit?

Yes. When you sign out at the end of your last day, you will indicate the number of hours/days that you actually attended.

Do I need to send my Certificate of Attendance to the state bar(s) or will Trial Lawyers of Mass Torts report my attendance to them?

Each individual attorney will need to file their own CLE credits.