Clark Hill Attorney Linda M. Watson to Present During OESA’s Legal Issues Council Fall Meeting
– Clark Hill attorney Linda M. Watson will co-present “Enforcement Activities and In-House Investigations: Best Practices for In-House Counsel” during the Original Equipment Suppliers Association’s (OESA) Legal Issues Council Fall Meeting. The presentation will address and provide best practice tips for initial responses when a raid occurs, internal investigations, protecting the privilege, and managing communications, among other things. The meeting will be held on Thursday, November 11, 2010. For more information, please visit www.oesa.org.
has been listed as a Super Lawyer in business litigation for three consecutive years and has over 18 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, manufacturing, information technology, entertainment, health care and banking.
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