You can now register for a free CLE Webinar at noon ET Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Our moderator, Rodney A. Max, a noted mediator of class and mass action matters, will guide a discussion among four of the leading lights in the practice area beginning at noon ET Wednesday, May 11, 2022. The major questions about organizing, implementing, and resolving mass action mediations will be addressed by:
Attendees will be eligible for complimentary continuing legal education credit through seven state bar associations. Accreditation is pending in California and New Jersey. Alabama, Georgia, Illinois and Florida have accredited the program for 1.5 hours of general CLE, and New York attorneys also can claim that CLE through reciprocity.
Join them for this free-CLE Webinar, scheduled for noon to 1:30 p.m. ET Wednesday, May 11, 2022.
Rodney A. Max
Among more than 5,000 mediations Rodney has led are significant federal and state class and mass actions in consumer products, services and statutory remedies. They concerned insurance, pharmaceuticals, transportation, and environmental, computer, cellphone, and other technological issues (TCPA, FCRA, DPPA).
Harold C. Hirshman
Harold, a member of his firm's litigation and dispute resolution practice, has been a trial lawyer for more than 49 years. His principal areas of focus are securities class actions, takeover battles, business partner disputes, lender liability claims and accounting malpractice suits. He has resolved more than 450 cases through mediation.
Theodore J. Leopold
Ted is devoted to trial work, focusing on complex product liability, environmental toxic torts, managed care abuse, consumer class actions, and catastrophic injury and wrongful death. He has been the interim co-lead class counsel in the Cape Fear River Contaminated Water Class Action Litigation and In re Flint Water Cases.
Dee has been appointed to serve in a leadership role for plaintiffs in MDLs nationwide, charged with the responsibility of coordinating litigation for the entire country. He served as co-lead counsel for the team that secured a $28 million settlement between US Financial Life Insurance Co. and a class of nearly 12,000 policyholders.
Sharon L. Nelles
Sharon represents global companies and financial institutions and their boards in every aspect of critical matters including civil litigation and related regulatory, congressional and criminal investigations and enforcement. She has represented such clients as Moody’s, JPMorgan Chase, Volkswagen, Microsoft and Diageo.
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