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Lisa Garrison, Ariel Harris, Elizabeth Hedrick, and Patti Ramseur Participate in ABA Corporate Counsel Seminar on February 16-18, 2017

Lisa Garrison, Ariel Harris, Elizabeth Hedrick, and Patti Ramseur Participate in ABA Corporate Counsel Seminar on February 16-18, 2017


February 17, 2017 - February 17, 2017

Lisa Garrison, Ariel Harris, Liz Hedrick, and Patti Ramseur presented several programs at the ABA Litigation Section Corporate Counsel CLE Seminar in Orlando, Florida February 16-18, 2017.  The firm was a Silver Sponsor of the Seminar.

  • Patti Ramseur was a panelist for a program entitled, "Hot Topics in Labor & Employment Law:  What You Don't Know Might Hurt You (and your Company)."  
  • Lisa Garrison moderated a program called "Less Is More: Assessing and Managing Risk to Prevent Litigation." Liz Hedrick authored the paper for this presentation.  
  • Lisa Garrison also organized CLE programs on the Yates Memo and on Time Management strategies for in-house counsel.  Associate Josh Harper wrote a paper for the Time Management program.
  • Liz Hedrick was a speaker at the "Pitch Practice Makes Perfect" program, where she did a mock "pitch" to in-house counsel for United HealthCare.  
  • Ariel Harris organized the opening event for the Woman Advocate Committee, a key co-sponsor of the entire seminar.  
  • Lisa Garrison led the closing event hosted by the Woman Advocate Committee, a Networking Luncheon with more than 70 attendees.  

Speakers
Lisa Frye Garrison
T (336) 378-5432
F (336) 433-7436
Ariel E. Harris
T (704) 384-2691
F (704) 384-2991
Elizabeth  Sims Hedrick
T (919) 755-8778
F (919) 838-3110
Patti West Ramseur
T (336) 378-5304
F (336) 378-5400
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