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The Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC), composed of recognized leaders in the legal community who have achieved professional distinction, is dedicated to promoting knowledge, fellowship, and professionalism of its members as they pursue the course of a balanced justice system and represent those in need of a defense in civil lawsuits.

 
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05/23/2016

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Most of us have Linkedin accounts, but most of us are not particularly active on the site.  What I've found helpful is to took through my contacts who live in Miami, where I live and practice, find attorneys with complimentary practice

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June 13-14, 2016  |  Nutter, McClennen & Fish LLP

   
2016 Annual Meeting | La Malbaie, Quebec
July 23-30, 2016  | Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu
   
Corporate Counsel Symposium  | Philadelphia, PA
September 18-20, 2016  | Hotel Sofitel

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Mike Neil (FDCC President 2011-2012), Neil, Dymott, Frank, McFall, Trexler, McCabe & Hudson, APLC

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05/26/2016

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7th Cir. holds requiring employees to bring wage-and-hour claims via arbitration violates the NLRA and the FAA does not make it enforceable.
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05/25/2016

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In South Carolina, statute of limitations on legal malpractice runs after appeals process ends, not on date of adverse jury verdict.
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