Partner Linda Dale Hoffa to Present Webinar on Recent Legal Developments Following COVID-19

May 5, 2020

Dilworth partner Linda Dale Hoffa to join the Federal Criminal Law Committee on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at 2 p.m. for the webinar, “The Most Recent Legal Developments in Light of COVID-19.”

The webinar is one of two, touching on how federal criminal courts and the Bureau of Prisons are dealing with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Hoffa will be joined by Lisa A. Mathewson, of The Law Offices of Lisa A. Mathewson, and Mira E. Baylson, of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP.

At 3 p.m., the second panel will start, “Tactics, Strategy, and Logistics for Criminal Proceedings in the Age of Social Distancing,” adding to the prior seminar. Panelists will be discussing the strategic considerations defense practitioners face in light of the legal developments due to COVID-19.

From the FCLC: This program is FREE to all registered members of the FCLC. (But please note that CLE credit will not be provided.) If you are not a registered member, you can join online at For annual dues of only $25, you can get access to regularly-held CLE programs at discounted prices, as well as events like this that allow members to benefit from our collective experience. If you register by Tuesday, May 12, you’ll receive a link to view this event. If you’re already a member, no need to take any action – you’ll receive the event link on the day of the event.

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