Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Mary Craig Calkins Featured Speaker at the 2016 Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar
LOS ANGELES (February 24) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that partner Mary Craig Calkins served as a panelist at the 2016 Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar on February 12, 2016 in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Ms. Calkins was joined by other industry leaders and discussed the insurance implications of the new statutory arbitration procedures in "Faster, Cheaper, Better Arbitration: The Delaware Rapid Arbitration Act & Beyond."
For over 30 years, the Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar brings together in-house and outside counsel to discuss issues of common concern to attorneys charged with protecting a company’s interests in civil, criminal, and administrative proceedings in difficult economic, legal, regulatory, and technological settings. The seminar was sponsored by the American Bar Association's (ABA) Section of Litigation Corporate Counsel Committee and co-sponsored by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association.
Ms. Calkins leads Kilpatrick Townsend’s West Coast Insurance Practice, representing policyholders in high stakes litigation. Her extensive coverage experience includes directors and officers liability, entertainment and intellectual property claims, cyber liabilities, e-commerce and technology claims, labor and employment claims, construction defects, first party property and business interruption losses, and broker liability issues.
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