Four Connell Foley partners were active in the organization and presentation of USLAW’s “General Counsel Global Symposium” and the “Driving the Dialogue” Exchange Series held June 16-17, 2014 in Jersey City, New Jersey.
John Cromie, a partner in Connell Foley’s Corporate and Business Law Group, served as program co-chair for the inaugural USLAW “General Counsel Global Symposium” on June 16. Mr. Cromie also participated on a panel titled “Navigating the Daunting Regulatory Environment: Practical Guidance to Keep Your Company on the Right Course and Your Legal GPS up to Date.”
Karen Randall, a partner in the Professional Liability Group at Connell Foley, was the co-chair of the USLAW “Driving the Dialogue” Professional Liability Exchange on June 17. Ms. Randall also presented on “Technology's Rapidly Growing Impact on the Practice of Law and Insurance Industry."
John Lacey, a partner in Connell Foley’s White Collar Criminal Defense Group, moderated the General Counsel Symposium’s June 16 discussion on “It’s a Small and Highly Regulated World: Minimizing Risk Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Other Anti-Corruption Legislation.”
Michael Shadiack, a partner in Connell Foley’s Labor & Employment Law Group, participated in the “Driving the Dialogue” Employment & Labor Law Exchange, speaking on "Settlement Strategies in Employment Cases" on June 17.
USLAW is an international organization composed of more than 100 independent law firms with more than 6,000 attorneys covering the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Within the U.S. based firms, there are more than 170 offices in 48 U.S. states. USLAW is comprised of highly rated law firms that are part of the NETWORK by invitation only. Member firms undergo a rigorous review process to insure outstanding quality of lawyers throughout the USLAW NETWORK. USLAW firms are experienced in commercial and business law, employment and labor law, litigation and other business-related areas of law. All firms have substantial trial experience. USLAW member firms provide legal representation to major corporations, insurance companies, and large and small businesses alike.