Dilworth Paxson’s Linda Dale Hoffa to Speak at 14th Annual Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel Symposium

07/14/2017

Linda Dale Hoffa, a Dilworth Partner and Chair of the White Collar/Government Investigations Practice Group, will be a speaker on What To Do When The Feds Knock On Your Door: Compliance, Response, and Prevention, from 1:00 – 2:00 pm on Monday, September 18 at the 14th Annual Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel Symposium, “A New World View: How Corporate Counsel Understand Risk. The symposium is a two-day event beginning on Sunday, September 17 at 3:00 pm through 12:00 pm on Tuesday, September 19.

The program will commence with a presentation on best practices for E-discovery in light of the recent federal rule amendments and the impact on companies and their attorneys, especially when it comes to managing discovery. The Honorable Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., an attorney who served as the 60th governor of Maryland from 2003 to 2007, will then provide an overview of what can be expected from inside the beltway between now and 2020. Having served as governor, U.S. Congressman, state legislator, and civil litigator counseling clients on an array of government matters, including health care, finance and economic development, Governor Ehrlich can offer a unique perspective on things to come. Sunday afternoon will conclude with an all-star panel focusing on diversity and inclusion in the courtroom. As courts are now encouraging law firms and their clients to have first chairs filled by women and minorities, this is a topic of vital importance to in-house and outside counsel alike.

This year’s symposium will be held at Hotel Sofitel (120 South 17th Street, Philadelphia), beginning on Sunday, September 17 at 3:00 pm until 12 noon on Tuesday, September 19.

For more information and to register, click here.

 

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