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Schedule Set for ALM’s Second Litigation Summit
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american lawyerALM’s The American Lawyer, The National Law Journal and Corporate Counsel will present the second annual “The Litigation Summit: The Business of Litigation” October 5-6, 2010 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City. The conference will be co-chaired by Steven Kyono, senior vice president, general counsel & corporate secretary of Hewitt Associates and Craig C. Martin, partner and co-chair of the litigation department at Jenner & Block LLP.

The pair will examine key issues facing in-house attorneys and litigators today, including risk management, shareholder issues, the impact of media and the challenge of international dispute resolution. The complete conference agenda and details are available at www.americanlawyer.com/litigation.

Martin explained the purpose of the conference in a press release.

  
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“By some estimates, U.S. companies spend in excess of $20 billion yearly on litigation,” Martin said. “The goal of the Litigation Summit is to bring in-house counsel, outside counsel and litigation support professionals together to look at litigation as a strategic business issue, share best practices and help sharpen our collective skills.”

Attendees will be eligible for up to 15.5 CLE credits, including one ethics credit. For additional conference information, or to register, contact Carl Seering at 212-457-7905 or e-mail cseering@alm.com or visit www.americanlawyer.com/litigation.

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