Clark Hill Attorney Linda M. Watson Elected to the Detroit Institute of Arts Friends of Modern and Contemporary Art Board of Directors
– Clark Hill Attorney Linda M. Watson was elected to the Board of Directors for the Friends of Modern and Contemporary Art (FMCA) for the Detroit Institute of Arts. The FMCA is the museum’s oldest and largest auxiliary. It supports and enhances the DIA’s James Pearson Duffy Department of Contemporary Art by , among other things, promoting a better understanding of modern and contemporary art and creating fund-raising initiatives for the purchase of important new works of art in diverse mediums.
Watson is Co-chair of the Automotive & Manufacturing Practice Group. She is listed as a Super Lawyer in business litigation and has over 20 years of litigation 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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