September 10, 2007
If You Weren't In Charleston Last Friday. . .
. . . then you missed the punitive damages symposium at the Charleston School of Law.
What a fun day! We had an exceptionally distinguished group of panelists and moderators including Elizabeth J. Cabraser of Lieff Cabraser, Robin Conrad of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Theodore Eisenberg of Cornell University Law School, Andrew L. Frey of Mayer Brown (and counsel for Philip Morris in the USSC), John Y. Gotanda of Villanova Law, Laura J. Hines of University of Kansas Law, Keith Hylton of Boston University School of Law, Robert S. Peck of the Center for Constitutional Litigation (and counsel for Mayola Williams in the USSC), Chris Robinette of Widener, Michael Rustad of Suffolk University Law School, Victor Schwartz of Shook Hardy, Tony Sebok of Cardozo, Cathy Sharkey of NYU, Byron Stier of Southwestern, Neil Vidmar of Duke Law and the Hon. William Wilkins of the Fourth Circuit.
My thanks to all our panelists and moderators for an exceptionally lively and engaging day. I should have some photos and audio of the panels later this week.
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Congratulations on what looks like a terrific event!
Posted by: Bill Childs | Sep 10, 2007 7:01:36 AM