Clark Hill Attorney Linda M. Watson to Present “Insights and Analysis of OEM Warranty Programs for Suppliers" for OESA on March 26, 2015
DETROIT, MI. – Clark Hill attorney Linda M. Watson will present “Insights and Analysis of OEM Warranty Programs for Suppliers” for the Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) on Thursday, March 26, 2015, at the MSU Management Education Center in Troy, Michigan.
Watson will share insight on managing warranty terms and processes, and provide information to assist suppliers with warranty management, quotations for new business, negotiating for ongoing improvements in warranty share percentages, as well as finance, sales, and quality.
OESA provides a forum for automotive suppliers by addressing issues of common concern through peer group councils, serving as a reliable source of information and analysis, providing an industry voice on issues of interest, and serving as a positive change agent to the automotive industry.
Watson is co-chair of the Automotive & Manufacturing Practice Group. Watson has over 20 years of complex litigation experience representing small to large privately-held business entities, as well as public corporations, both at the trial and appellate levels of federal and state courts.
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