June 13, 2007
Charleston Law School Conference on Punitive Damages After Williams
On September 7, 2007, Charleston Law School will host a conference: Punitive Damages, Due Process, and Deterrence: The Debate After Philip Morris v. WIlliams.
Speakers and moderators at the conference include Theodore Boutrous (Gibson Dunn), Elizabeth Cabraser (Lieff, Cabraser), Robin Conrad (U.S. Chamber of Commerce), Theodore Eisenberg (Cornell), Anthony J. Franze (Arnold & Porter), Andrew Frey (Mayer Brown), Murray Garnick (Arnold & Porter), Lauren Rosenblum Goldman (Mayer Brown), John Gotanda (Villanova), Laura Hines (Kansas), Keith Hylton (Boston), John Mulderig (Altria), Robert Peck (Center for Constitutional Litigation), Terry E. Richardson (Richardson, Patrick), Steven Rissman (Altria), Christopher Robinette (Widener), Michael Rustad (Suffolk), Sheila Scheuerman (Charleston), Victor Schwartz (Shook, Hardy), Anthony Sebok (Brooklyn), Neil Vidmar (Duke), and Judge William Wilkins (Fourth Circuit). I will be moderating a panel on "The Relationship Between Punitive Damages and Class Actions."
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