Attorney Linda Watson to Present at OESA Ordinary Warranty Cost Allocation Terms Discussion
DETROIT, MI – Clark Hill Attorney Linda Watson will serve as one of five panelists discussing the GM Ordinary Warranty Cost Allocation Terms during an open discussion for OESA and GM members on July 14, 2010 at the MSU Management Education Center in Troy. The forum will allow GM and OESA members to openly discuss the new GM Ordinary Warranty Cost Allocation Terms during the conference, and via live webinar. Additional participants include Rod MacIntyre, senior manager, global purchasing –supplier quality, General Motors Company, John Chalifoux, vice president, marketing and business development, OESA, Bert Donovan, Butzel Long, and Denise Lee, vice president, sales and marketing SF Lemforder. More information on the forum can be obtained by visiting oesa.org. Linda Watson is a member in Clark Hill’s Birmingham office, where she focuses her practice on litigation. She has more than 18 years of experience representing small to large privately-held business entities, as well as public corporations both at the trial and appellate level of federal and state courts. Her practice covers all areas of business and commercial litigation, including contracts, employment claims, property matters, construction, intellectual property, trade secrets, and copyright and trademark law. Linda has significant experience in the following industries: automotive, health care, information technology, entertainment and banking.
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