Clark Hill Attorney Bradford Hughes to Present at the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) Conference, May 3, 2018
Member Bradford Hughes will be presenting a session titled “Don’t Be A Turtle: Handling The Reptile Theory And The High Profile Transportation Case” at this year’s ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) Conference. This conference features more than 24 hours of top-tier CLE programs on topics such as trial and litigation skills, cyber liability, litigation management, class actions, insurance coverage, business development and more. For more information on the conference, click here.
Bradford represents businesses of every size in litigated and transactional matters. Having handled the prosecution and defense of cases for businesses around the United States, Bradford brings a unique and effective approach to complex disputes. He works closely with his clients to achieve the most cost-effective and profit maximizing results, which includes the thoughtful management of client time, resources, and human capital. Bradford defends cases involving breach of contract, proprietary trade secrets, non-solicitation/non-compete agreements, alter ego claims, and commercial lease agreements.
Clark Hill is a multidisciplinary, national law firm that draws on our attorneys’ industry and policy knowledge, our deeply held shared values, and a global network of premier firms and advisors to provide innovative legal solutions and client-service excellence worldwide.
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