Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys Venus McGhee Prince and Erica Dominitz presented "Tribal Risk Management 101: The Basics Every In-House Counsel Needs to Know" at the 13th annual Michigan State University Indigenous Law Conference & Tribal In-House Counsel Association Law Conference. The presentation was moderated by Karrie Wichtman (Rosette LLP). Co-presenters included Richard Buckley (FSA Risk + Benefits) and Betsy Conway (Mashantucket Pequot Indians).
To view the presentation, click here.
Thursday, November 3, 2016
Michigan State University College of Law
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