The IADC remains alone at the top, separate and apart from all other legal organizations. We are well-positioned globally and for the future.
The IADC continues to offer our members an effective and expansive global platform, business development and networking opportunities, increased visibility, educational forums, and lifelong personal relationships.
As we approach our Annual Meeting in Bermuda, I’d like to take this opportunity to review the IADC’s accomplishments during the past year.
The Board of Directors, the leaders of our Substantive Law Committees, and our staff have developed and approved a framework for a five-year strategic plan for the IADC called the 20/20 Vision Plan.
We have critically examined every aspect of the organization –
our operations, staffing, and organizational structure;
membership, global expansion, competition, alliances, visibility, Regional Meetings, and the Trial Academy;
Webinars, CLE, the Defense Counsel Journal, our amicus program, Substantive Law Committees, and technology;
and budgeting, investments, and our sponsorship programs.
We have identified priorities and are working to identify criteria that will allow us to measure success in each of these core areas – what works and what doesn’t work, and whether what we consider value today will have value when we celebrate the IADC’s Centennial in 2020.
Also included in our efforts this year were successful Regional Meetings in Hong Kong, Buenos Aires, Melbourne, Kuala Lumpur, Zurich, Toronto, Tampa, Atlanta, Salt Lake City, New York City, Dallas, Chicago, and Huntington (WV). Our International Corporate Counsel College in Vienna and Corporate Counsel College in Chicago offered top notch programming and networking opportunities for our members and their in-house counsel guests. The Professional Liability Roundtable continues to create an interactive and intimate environment for industry professionals and outside counsel. Our upcoming Trial Academy is set to be full of students ready to receive instruction from our top-notch faculty.
Our CLE Committee and CLE Steering Committee have devoted countless hours to assure first-rate programming for the Midyear Meeting at Pebble Beach and the upcoming Annual Meeting in Bermuda. And who can forget the moving presentation from Shiza Shahid, the Foundation Forum speaker at the Midyear Meeting. In just a few short months, the Social Justice Pro Bono Committee has proven that our members fully embrace our fundamental responsibility and duty as lawyers to protect and guard the greater public good, equal access to justice, and equality before the law.
The value of the many Webinars, newsletters, and CLE programs developed by each of our Substantive Law Committees reached a new height this past year. Our Amicus Committee continues to be a core asset for our members and the interests of our clients on issues that will impact our practice for years to come. In collaboration with Lawyers for Civil Justice, the Defense Counsel Journal devoted an entire issue to the recent amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The IADC’s second annual Inside/Outside Counsel Relationship Survey is once again expected to generate unique visibility for the organization.
In just a few short weeks, the IADC will launch its inaugural Corporate Counsel Training Academy at Georgetown Law Center, a program that will surely become a core of the IADC in the years ahead. Also, with the help of top IADC trial lawyers throughout the U.S., we are about to publish an all-new Defense Counsel Training Manual, a must read for any litigator.
Our alliances with DRI, FDCC, ADTA, LCJ, and the Institute for Legal Reform have only strengthened this past year. Together we represent the interests of more than 27,000 lawyers across the globe and we have collectively protected the interests of our members and clients on a number of emerging issues, including the amendments to the Federal Rules, ABA resolutions, class actions and collective redress, and several initiatives on the state and local level.
I want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of our members, those who have had the opportunity to serve a leadership position with the IADC, and our fabulous staff. Because of your countless hours and devotion to the IADC, our organization is better and more diverse than ever.
Thanks to you, we are what our logo says – superior advocates, global perspective!
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Joseph E. O'Neil
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Leta E. Gorman
Portland, Oregon USA
Board Members - Class of 2016
E. Paul Cauley, Jr.
Dallas, Texas USA
Andrew Kopon, Jr.
Chicago, Illinois USA
Tamela J. White
Huntington, West Virginia USA
Board Members - Class of 2017
Jeptha F. Barbour
Jacksonville, Florida USA
Eve B. Masinter
New Orleans, Louisiana USA
Craig A. Thompson
Baltimore, Maryland USA
Upcoming Board Election Information
President-Elect Candidate Biographies
Nomination and Election Process
Open Hearings Schedule
New! Corporate Counsel Training Academy
2016 Corporate Counsel College Recap
Professional Liability Roundtable Summary
Regional Meeting Recap and Photo Gallery
Insurance Bermuda Triangle Event
IADC In The News
Board Members - Class of 2018
Amy Sherry Fischer
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA
S. Gordon McKee
Toronto, Ontario Canada
David J. Rosenberg
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA
Mary Beth Kurzak
Chicago, Illinois USA
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IADC Board of Directors
Joseph E. O'Neil
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
John T. Lay, Jr.
Columbia, South Carolina USA
Immediate Past President
Birmingham, Alabama USA
Vice President of Corporate
Alfred R. Paliani
Bellport, New York USA
Vice President of Insurance
Albert C. Hilber
New York, New York USA
Vice President of International
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Submit Comments for the Upcoming Board Elections
Click here to read E. Paul Cauley, Jr.'s biography.
The Nominating Committee will receive comments at the Annual Meeting in Southampton, Bermuda in July and then will nominate candidates to fill the following positions: President-Elect, Vice President of Corporate, Treasurer-Elect, and three new Board members. Although the membership may elect any member to the President-Elect position, traditionally the membership has selected from the Board members who are completing their terms of office. There are four Board members leaving office this year. Vice President of Corporate Fred Paliani and Board Member Tammy White have chosen not to be considered for the position. The other two outgoing Board members have expressed interest in the President-Elect position, and their biographies are offered in the next couple pages. Thank you to all four Board members for their impressive service and dedication to the IADC. We are very appreciative of all they have done.
If you will be at the Annual Meeting, you can sign up for a time to offer comments to the Nominating Committee by going to the IADC Information Desk. If you will not be present at the Annual Meeting, please submit your comments by email in advance to the Nominating Committee Chair William J. Perry. For more information on the Nominating Committee schedule and how to submit comments to the Nominating Committee, see page 6.
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Click here to read Andrew Kopon, Jr.'s biography.
Let Your Voice Be Heard!
Paul is a partner in the Dallas, Texas office of Sedgwick LLP and is the Chair of the firm’s Product Liability and Specialty Torts Practice Group. In his practice, he serves as lead national and regional counsel for businesses in a wide variety of high-exposure class action and product liability litigation, including MDL proceedings. As a trial lawyer, he has defended clients in many parts of the United States, in addition to his home state of Texas.
He has been on Texas Monthly’s list of “Super Lawyers” for the last 15 years, recognized by The International Who’s Who of Product Liability Defence Lawyers, and selected for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America in the field of Product Liability Litigation. Paul is a sustaining member of the Product Liability Advisory Council, and a member of the DRI, TADC, and ADTA.
Paul earned a B.B.A. in Accounting from Stephen F. Austin State University, magna cum laude, in 1983 and his J.D. from the University of Houston, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, in 1986.
Since joining the IADC in 2001, Paul has been fortunate to serve the IADC in a number of ways. He is a proud member of the 2005 “Campbell Souperstars” Trial Academy Faculty, and served as CLE Program Chair for the outstanding Steering Committee for the 2010 Midyear Meeting in Naples, Florida. He was honored to serve on the Nominating Committee in 2012. Paul has participated in the Product Liability, Class Action and Multi-Party Litigation, Trial Techniques and Tactics, Business Litigation, and Diversity Committees. In leadership, he served as Chair of the Class Action and Multi-Party Litigation Committee (2011-2013), Vice-Chair for Programs and Projects (2009-2011), and Vice-Chair of Newsletters (2008-2009). Paul has also spoken on and moderated panels at Midyear and Annual Meetings and the Corporate Counsel College. Locally, he has hosted or co-hosted two Regional Meetings in Dallas, and served as the Northeast Texas Membership Chair (2008-2013).
In 2011, Paul was appointed to serve on the Board of Directors of the IADC Foundation. During his time on the Board, he helped forge the Foundation’s relationship with the National High School Mock Trial Championship. He and his wife, Donna, are Life Fellows of the Foundation and have been President’s Circle Members for several years. Paul and Donna also served as First Timer Chairs for the 2014 Midyear Meeting in Carlsbad, California.
On the IADC Board of Directors, Paul has been the liaison to the Business Litigation and the Trial Techniques and Tactics Committees. He has also been liaison to the Trial Academy Task Force (now Trial Academy Committee) where he worked to build a stronger bond between the IADC and Stanford including the IADC Foundation Sandra Day O’Connor scholarship for a Stanford Law Student to attend the IADC Trial Academy. He has also led the project to publish the third edition of the Defense Counsel Training Manual.
Paul and Donna have two daughters, Caroline who is a graduate of TCU, and Julianne who will be a senior at the University of Texas this coming year. The Cauley family is very thankful to have had the opportunity to be part of the IADC family for the past 15 years.
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E. Paul Cauley, Jr.
Andrew Kopon, Jr.
Andrew Kopon is a founding partner of Kopon Airdo, LLC, a litigation firm in Chicago. He has an active trial practice defending corporations and not-for-profit organizations in complex litigation. His practice is focused in the areas of product liability, professional malpractice, and employment law. Andy has had the privilege of serving as national counsel for a religious not-for-profit risk pooling trust for more than 25 years. Its members are Catholic universities, high schools, nursing homes, and religious institutes. He also serves as national counsel for an international pharmacy retailer.
In 2003, Andy was honored as a charter member of the Leading Lawyers Network Advisory Board whose members are selected based upon their reputation and professional ethics. He has been named an Illinois Super Lawyer on multiple occasions. Andy also serves as a Trustee for Loyola Academy, a private high school in Wilmette, IL.
Andy has been a member of the IADC since 1991. Before becoming a member of the IADC Board of Directors in 2013, Andy served as a Director of the Foundation of the IADC (2012-2013). During his tenure on the Foundation Board, he served as the IADC representative to the National Foundation for Judicial Excellence (NFJE) and its annual NFJE Judicial Conference. He is also a Life Fellow of the Foundation. Andy served as a faculty member of the IADC’s 2003 Trial Academy in Boulder, Colorado. He was also a 2008 faculty member of the IADC Chicago Regional Satellite Trial Academy Program. Andy and his wife, Lynn, have served as First Timer hosts at several Annual and Midyear Meetings.
During his three year term on the IADC Board of Directors, Andy has served as the liaison for the Social Justice Pro Bono Committee, the Visibility Task Force, Toxic and Hazardous Substances Litigation Committee, Amicus Curiae Committee, and Appellate Committee. As the Chair of the Visibility Task Force, he has worked to obtain media placement opportunities for IADC members. He is currently working to complete the second Inside/Outside Counsel Annual Survey, the results of which will be published at the Annual Meeting in Bermuda.
In addition to serving in several Committee Vice Chair positions, Andy has served as the Chair for the Product Liability Committee (1997-1998) and the Trial Techniques and Tactics Committee (2011-2013). He served as the Vice Chair of Membership Retention and Northern Illinois Membership Chair from 2000-2008. He served as a faculty panel presenter at the Corporate Counsel College, 2011. He also served as the moderator of a major CLE at the 2013 Annual Meeting in Hawaii, Preparing for and Presenting Your Trial on the iPad. He served on the Nominating Committee in Whistler (2011).
Andy has served as a member of the Board of Editors of the Defense Counsel Journal (2010-2016). He has published newsletters for various Committees and has written three articles for the DCJ. He has also authored two amicus curiae briefs on behalf of the IADC. He served as a chapter author and book editor for the IADC book publication, Challenging Expert Witness Testimony, Lexis Publishing (2000).
Andy has attended many Annual and Midyear Meetings, often with his wife, Lynn, and three children, Derek, Owen, and Colette. He values his long association with the IADC and its members.
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The Nomination and Election Process
The Nominating Committee is comprised of five IADC members. The Chair is the IADC President from four years prior. The current President appoints the remaining members of the Committee and identifies those individuals at the Opening Session of the Annual Meeting. Any member who has not been an officer or director or has served on the Nominating Committee in the past four years is eligible to serve on the Nominating Committee. The traditions of the IADC impose on the President the obligation to select active members who are aware of the activities of the organization and the responsibilities of leadership without selecting members who - by virtue of their level of activity - also enjoy a close personal relationship with one of the candidates.
Qualification for Office
Any active member in good standing shall be eligible for nomination and election to elective office, subject to any additional requirements for specific positions as outlined by the bylaws. No officer shall be eligible for re-election to the same office until no earlier than the fourth Annual Meeting after the conclusion after his or her term.
IADC members can submit comments to the Committee in advance of the Annual Meeting by email to Nominating Committee Chair William J. Perry (email@example.com), with copy to Mary Beth Kurzak, Executive Director (firstname.lastname@example.org). Members can offer comments in person at the Annual Meeting. (See page 7 for schedule.) Comments are limited to five-minute appointments at the Annual Meeting, so please come prepared to be efficient with your comments. Members can comment or express their opinion on each vacancy or candidate or just some. The Nominating Committee will be interested in not only in who you endorse but why, so please be prepared to elaborate on your recommendation.
Prohibition of Campaigning
The IADC's policy is to prohibit public or private campaigning for a position on the Board of Directors or as an Officer. Members are not to tell others that they are interested in serving on the Board. They may, however, if asked by members if they are interested in serving on the Board respond affirmatively. Members should not campaign on behalf of anyone whom they are supporting for a position on the Board or as an Officer. Candidates are not to ask for a commitment from any member of the Nomination Committee to support them.
The Nominating Committee will offer its slate of nominees at the Closing Session of the Annual Meeting. A voice vote shall be called for each nominee. Each member, other than those in Emeritus or Inactive status, shall have one vote and the majority vote of those members present and eligible to vote shall govern.
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If you will be at the Annual Meeting, you can schedule time to speak to the Committee at the IADC Information Desk.
Open hearings will be held:
Monday, July 11, 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Tuesday, July 12, 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday, July 13, 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
If you will not be at the Annual Meeting, please send your views in advance of the meeting to the Nominating Committee Chair with copy to the Executive Director:
Bill Perry, Nominating Committee Chair, email@example.com
Mary Beth Kurzak, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Your comments will be treated with complete confidentiality.
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Share Your Views With the
Join us in Bermuda at the 2016 Annual Meeting! We've got excellent programming planned, social events that will allow you to have fun with IADC friends, and time to enjoy the beautiful island.
For full event details and to register, please visit the Annual Meeting page on the IADC website.
President's Message continued...
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In partnership with Georgetown Law CLE, the IADC has a brand new program called the Corporate Counsel Training Academy.
This program is a practical training program for counsel new to in-house practice or considering a move in-house. The Corporate Counsel Training Academy is an ideal “bootcamp” for corporate counsel who recently made the transition from a law firm or government position to the corporate legal department. It has been fashioned to address those areas that outside lawyers may have had little or no experience with in their law practice, but which will become an essential part of their practice as in-house lawyers. Our advisory board of experienced general counsel has designed the curriculum for lawyers with, generally speaking, three or fewer years of in-house experience. The Training Academy focuses on the practical, not the theoretical, with topics that will resonate with in-house lawyers.
To register and get more program details, visit the Corporate Counsel Training Academy page on Georgetown Law CLE's website. Make sure to use code "IADC500" to receive $500 off the registration price.
Questions? Email Amy O'Maley McGuire at email@example.com.
New Program! Corporate Counsel Training Academy
June 16 - 17, 2016
Georgetown University Law Center Washington, DC
A sold-out Corporate Counsel College was held April 28 and 29 at The Ritz-Carlton in Chicago. Attendees enjoyed the intimate atmosphere, exceptional panelists and programs, and great networking opportunities. Thank you to Corporate Counsel College Dean Connie Lewis Lensing, the College Advisory Board, and the College Coordinators for all of their work to put together this excellent program. Thank you to our sponsors Discovia and Exponent for helping make this conference possible. Save the date for the 2017 Corporate Counsel College! The conference will be held April 27 and 28 at LondonHouse in Chicago, Illinois.
Click through the photo gallery above to see photos from the Corporate Counsel College and the Chicago Regional Meeting which was held the evening before.
International Corporate Counsel College
13 - 14 October 2016
Royal Windsor Hotel - Grand Place Brussels, Belgium
Save the Date - Invite Your Clients!
Registration and program information will be available
this summer at www.iadclaw.org.
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The IADC's Trial Academy is the preeminent defense trial advocacy training program and is a career-changing opportunity. The 44th Annual Trial Academy will be held July 30 to August 5 at Stanford Law School in Palo Alto, California.
Limited spots remain! Enroll today and for full program details, visit the Trial Academy page on the IADC website.
44th Annual Trial Academy
Professional Liability Roundtable Summary
The Professional Liability Roundtable took place during the afternoon of May 12 at The University of Chicago Gleacher Center in Chicago, Illinois. Unique educational programs were presented with panels that were interactive and informative. Industry professionals and outside counsel were able to network and mingle in an intimate environment which is unique to this event. Thank you to Program Chair Samuel W. Outten, the Planning Committee, and to our sponsor Minnesota Lawyers Mutual.
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Learn about Insurance Trends at the IADC Insurance Bermuda Triangle Event
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Early 2016 has been filled with numerous IADC Regional Meetings that have been held all around the world. We've hosted gatherings in Melbourne, Australia; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Chicago, Illinois; Huntington, West Virginia; Zurich, Switzerland; and Toronto, Ontario Canada. Thank you to our hosts (Andrew Morrison, Annette Warfield Hughes, Peter O'Donahoo, Sunil Abraham, Sitpah Selvaratnam, Mike Huber, Michael Farrell, Jodok Wicki, and Peter Pliszka) and our countless corporate and firm sponsors, as we could not have these meetings without their planning efforts or support.
For information on our Regional Meetings, please visit the Regional Meeting page on the IADC website.
Click through the gallery of photos to the right for photos from some of our spring Regional Meetings.
Regional Meeting Recaps
The Insurance Bermuda Triangle Event, held July 12 during the Annual Meeting, will address the latest insurance issues and discuss emerging trends in the industry and in the Bermuda market. Listen to expert speakers who are experienced in these matters from Europe, North America, and Bermuda.
To learn about the programming and how to register, please visit the Insurance Bermuda Triangle Event page on the IADC website.
Coppins, Monroe, Adkins and Dincman, P.A.
Tallahassee, FL USA
Martín G. Argañaraz Luque
Allende & Brea
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jacksonville, FL USA
Michelle Cauley Browning
Mitchell, Williams, Selig,
Gates & Woodyard
Little Rock, AR USA
Legance Avvocati Associati
Andre K. Cizmarik
Mintz, Levin, Cohen, Ferris,
Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.
New York, NY USA
Drewry Simmons Vornehm,
Carmel, IN USA
Saint Louis, MO USA
Richard W. Edwards
Boehl Stopher & Graves
Louisville, KY USA
Maw Shen Foo
Rodyk & Davidson LLP
Click on a new member's name to view their firm or LinkedIn profile.
Riney & Mayfield, LLP
Amarillo, TX USA
Deirdre S. McCool
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
Charleston, SC USA
Maron Marvel Bradley &
Jackson, MS USA
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Montreal, QC Canada
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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
Clayton Homes, Inc.
Maryville, TN USA
Martin A. Kasten
Friday, Eldredge & Clark
Little Rock, AR USA
Allyson S. Krueger
Dunn Carney Allen Higgins & Tongue LLP
Portland, OR USA
Young Seok Lee
At the IADC, we identify and recruit the best! If you know a colleague or peer who would be a great fit for the association, take a few minutes and nominate them for IADC membership.
You can easily fill out the nomination form online or while you are on the go! Type in www.iadclaw.org on your mobile device and select "Membership Nomination/Sponsor Form" directly from the homepage.
For all membership qualification requirements and to learn more about the membership process, view the Membership Requirements page under the IADC Membership tab.
Learn how to utilize all the benefits membership affords by viewing the Welcome Membership Packet. Learn about our Committees, the meetings we hold, resources available to you, how to use our website, and more.
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Click on a new member's name to view their
firm or LinkedIn profile.
Silent Auction Donations
Foundation of the IADC
Pittsburgh, PA USA
Daniel L. Payne
Plymouth, MN USA
Reed Smith LLP
Houston, TX USA
Kenilworth, NJ USA
P.C. Woo & Co.
Hong Kong, China
Tuli & Co.
New Dehli, India
Washington, DC USA
The Foundation of the IADC will be holding a silent auction at the 2016 Annual Meeting in Southampton, Bermuda, and we are currently looking for donations. Ideas include travel packages, sports tickets, art, wine, and more. If you have a donation, please email Mary Beth Kurzak, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the member's name to view their firm or LinkedIn profile.
If you have an accolade, courtroom success, or pro bono story
to share, email Ashley Fitzgerald, Communications Manager,
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Thank You to Our Sponsors
We offer our sympathy to the families and friends of these IADC members.
Berkeley Research Group, LLC; Discovia; Exponent; Frosch; InCourt Technologies; JurySync;
Minnesota Lawyers Mutual; MRC; RGL Forensics;
SEA, Ltd.; Thomas G. Oakes Associates; and
Tsongas Litigation Consulting
Morristown, New Jersey USA
Jonesboro, Arkansas USA
Charlotte, North Carolina USA
Twin Falls, Idaho USA
Dallas, Texas USA
Buffalo, New York USA
Mark Cheffo, a partner at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP, was recognized in Litigation Daily as "Litigator of the Week."
Chuck Lundberg, Founder of Lundberg Legal Ethics P.A., commented on the Panama Papers leak on behalf of the IADC in an article published by Security Week.
Lela Hollabaugh, a managing partner at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, was invited to join The Fellows of the American Bar Foundation.
IADC member Chris Lam joined the firm Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP as a partner.
M.C. Sungaila, a partner at Haynes and Boone, LLP in Orange County, has been named to the Daily Journal's list of Top Women Lawyers.
Here are the latest IADC resources since the last issue of the Docket:
June 16 - 17, 2016
Corporate Counsel Training Academy
Georgetown Law Center
Washington, District of Columbia USA
July 9 - 14, 2016
The Fairmont Southampton - Bermuda
July 12, 2016
Insurance Bermuda Triangle Event
The Fairmont Southampton and XL Catlin
July 30 - August 5, 2016
44th Annual Trial Academy
Stanford Law School
Palo Alto, California USA
October 13 - 14, 2016
International Corporate Counsel College
Royal Windsor Hotel - Grand Place
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For more information about Regional Meetings, Webinars, or these events, visit our Upcoming Events page.
- 30(b)(6) Witness Preparation Strategies: April 6 (Presentation)
- The Proposed Changes to FRCP 23: Breaking News: April 13 (Presentation and Recording)
- The High Points and the Low Points on Class Certification Rulings for Defendants Across the Country: May 18 (Presentation and Recording)
From March 24 to May 18, IADC Committees published 12 newsletters. The following Committees published newsletters during this time: Business Litigation; Civil Justice Response; Drug, Device and Biotechnology; Employment Law; Insurance and Reinsurance; Toxic and Hazardous Substances Litigation; and Trial Techniques and Tactics.
To view the newsletters, please click on the Committee to go to its Committee Business page where the newsletters are archived. If you would like to join a Substantive Law Committee, please email Maria Juarez, Administrative Assistant, at email@example.com.
- IADC amicus brief filed: Michael Williams v. Marshalls of CA, LLC (May 3)
To read about this amicus curiae brief, view the Recent IADC Amicus Briefs section on the Amicus Curiae page on the IADC website.
Industry Reactions to Panama Papers: Feedback Friday featuring Chuck Lundberg (Security Week, April 8, 2016)
Using The New Federal Rules To Rein In Discovery featuring Marty Healy (Law360, April 28, 2016)
Attorneys React To High Court's Spokeo Ruling featuring M.C. Sungaila (Law360, May 16, 2016)
High Courts Spokeo Punt Sets Bar For Class Action Injuries featuring M.C. Sungaila (Law360, May 17, 2016)
(l to r) Chuck Lundberg, Marty Healy, and M.C. Sungaila
In Their Own Words
The IADC is investing resources into a PR firm to help place IADC members as experts in articles.
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Click the videos below to hear from IADC member Bruce Parker on his Think IADC First experience and Donna Lamontagne on the opportunities that exist to develop your professional network within the IADC.
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