Clark Hill PLC Attorney Linda M. Watson to Moderate Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce Economic Forecast Luncheon, April 12
– Clark Hill attorney Linda Watson has been selected to moderate the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce (BBCC) Economic Forecast Luncheon, April 12. The luncheon will focus on the local and regional update from the first quarter of 2012 and the possible impact of the national election on the economy, in addition to a question and answer session. It will take place at The Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Mich.
Watson is a member in Clark Hill’s Birmingham office. She focuses her practice in all areas of business and commercial litigation. In addition to her business and commercial knowledge, Watson has significant understanding in the automotive, health care, information technology, entertainment and banking industries. She has been listed as a Super Lawyer in business litigation for three consecutive years and currently holds workshops and seminars on a national level for in-house counsel, providing them with best practice guidelines, legal updates and law department management tips.
The Luncheon featured speakers are Paul Traub, business economist with Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Detroit branch; and George Makrzan, Ph.D., Private Financial and Capital Markets Group vice president and senior economist with Huntington Bancshares Incorporated.
The BBCC provides a variety of networking opportunities including Business After Hours and Chamber 411, as well as informational sessions like the Economic Forecast Luncheon.
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