DRI Comm Lit Seminar -- Events Update

Posted on March 30, 2010 04:37 by Joseph G. Fortner

Folks:

We're only a few weeks away from the seminar, which is looking to shape up as one of our best. As one of the coordinators of the social events, I just wanted to let all y'all know that we still have a few tickets left for the Joe Bonamassa show on Thursday night at Town Hall. If you're interested, shoot me an email at fortner@halloran-sage.com.

Look forward to seeing everyone in NY in April!

Joe Fortner
Halloran & Sage LLP
Hartford, CT

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Commercial Litigation Symposium

Posted on April 22, 2009 03:58 by Joseph G. Fortner

Prof. James Wilcox of Haas School of Business, Berkeley, just gave a fascinating -- and sobering -- presentation regarding the financial and credit crises. Gave some great tips on what to look for to get a sense of where the economy is heading, and an idea of what and why the Fed is acting as it is. Great foundational information for the next three days of the Symposium.

Joe Fortner

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The Commercial Litigation Committee's April 2009 Symposium is open for registration. Running April 22-24, 2009, in Chicago, this seminar will include substantial presentations on the Financial and Credit Crisis, Business Torts and Class Actions, ADR, and Intellectual Property Litigation. We'll have a great faculty, ranging from the former Chief Economist of the Comptroller of the Currency, to in-house counsel, to leading litigators. Folks can get more information at http://www.dri.org/open/SeminarDetail.aspx?eventCode=20090036.

Contact me or other committee leaders to find out more, and join us in Chicago.

Joseph Fortner
Chair, DRI Commercial Litigation Committee
fortner@halloran-sage.com

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