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Covid Litigation Conference II
March 7-8, 2024
Horseshoe Hotel, Las Vegas


The second Covid Litigation Conference in Las Vegas is a continuation of the successful first Covid Litigation Conference held in Atlanta in March of 2023. The CLC has become the premier legal event where experienced lawyers in the Covid space come together to share, educate, and connect with attorneys new to this field. Through keynotes, panels, and networking events, CLC is building a legion of attorneys who are ready and able to step into a field of litigation that Rolling Stone magazine acknowledges will be “bigger than Asbestos and Big Tobacco combined.”  

Registration and Sponsorships
Now Available

Your Covid Litigation Conference Registration includes admission to all panels and keynotes, breakfast and lunch on Thursday and Friday, plus $50 off RePlatform Vegas tickets.



  • Employer Mandates 

  • Hospital Negligence 

  • Civil Rights

  • Education Mandates

  • Medical License & Board Certification 

  • Vaccine Injury 

  • Future Litigation

  • Censorship

  • Public Readiness & Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act




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Final Call


Feb 16 - Mar 7, 2024

What the National Media Said About CLC I

“Events like this conference are an alarming development. ‘This isn’t trivial,’ said Lawrence Gostin, director of Georgetown Law’s O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law. ‘They will have an impact."
Attorney Pete Serano traveled from Washington State, where he represents three doctors accused of spreading false statements about COVID-19 … ‘There are people who are tremendously intellectually talented and gifted in so many ways who are using those talents to fight for your rights, to fight for my rights,’ said Serano.
In late March, I watched as some 300 lawyers, doctors, and activists assembled in the aggressively beige conference wing of the Midtown Atlanta Hilton for the inaugural Covid Litigation Conference … Medical freedom activists have already started enjoying some successes in front of conservative judges. At the local level, several have sided with plaintiffs who’ve sued hospitals for refusing to give patients ivermectin
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