Clark Hill Attorney Frances A. Rosinski on Panel at Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers Annual Conference August 12, 2017
DETROIT, MI – Clark Hill attorney Frances A. Rosinski sat on a panel at the annual conference of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers in New York City on August 12, 2017. The panel presented on the topic of the responsibilities of and limitations on lawyers who are suspended from the practice of law.
Rosinski focuses on the defense of attorney grievance matters and risk management consulting as Senior Counsel in Clark Hill's Litigation and Professional Ethics & Risk Management Practice Groups. She also serves in Clark Hill's Office of General Counsel, facilitating the evaluation and assessment of conflicts for the firm.
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