CHERRY HILL, N.J./February 15, 2012 -- Connell Foley partners Brendan Judge and Christopher Tucci presented a CLE for the Camden County Bar Association titled, “In-House Counsel Best Practices and Working with Corporate Legal Departments,” which was held at the Tavistock Country Club in Haddonfield, NJ, on March 13, 2012. The event was attended by in-house counsel and outside lawyers from the South Jersey and Philadelphia regions who were seeking some valuable information from “insiders” Judge and Tucci on what it takes to maintain a good relationship with a corporate legal department as well as best practices for in-house counsel on a variety of issues.
Judge and Tucci covered the topics of litigation management, internal investigations, electronic discovery, joint representation issues, the Upjohn case, conflict waivers, and litigation hold notices.
Judge and Tucci serve as national counsel for several Fortune 100 and 500 insurance companies regarding their banking law and fidelity bond subrogation needs. Judge practices primarily commercial and banking litigation in federal courts, arguing antitrust, intellectual property, and contract issues on behalf of various bank, construction, manufacturing, and trucking industry clients.
Tucci focuses his practice in banking law litigation, lender liability litigation, and commercial litigation and acts as general counsel for several small and medium sized financial institutions. He is a nationally recognized authority in banking law and security matters and regularly handles data security breaches, corporate investigations, and rapid response and crisis management issues for his clients.