CC&O Member Lynne Ingram on faculty for FDCC Winter Meeting in Scottsdale

March 2020

Lynne Ingram is a Vice-Chair of the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel (FDCC)’s Construction Law Committee and will present as part of a panel on “Drones: Great Evidence But Is It Admissible and Can They Cause Property Damage?”  The FDCC is an invitation-only organization consisting of accomplished defense attorneys, corporate counsel, and insurance industry…

Erin Grewe to Present on Reptile Tactics at the MassDLA Breakfast.

January 2020

On January 22, 2020 at 8:00 a.m., Erin Grewe will present to the Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association a segment entitled: “Defending Reptile Tactics in Discovery and at Trial.” The presentation will cover reptile theory generally, as well as how to combat reptile tactics in all stages of litigation.

CC&O Congratulates Michelle Schaffer on her Selection to IADC Trial Academy Faculty!

January 2020

Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal Reverses a $15 Million Punitive Damages Judgment—Concluding that Direct Corporate Liability is only Applicable for Conduct of Corporate Officers or Other Officials Who Represent the Corporation as a Whole.

November 2019

On October 25, 2019, the Second District issued its opinion in Florida Power & Light v. Dominguez. Fla. Power & Light Co. v. Dominguez, No. 2D18-2363, 2019 Fla. App. LEXIS 16114 (2d DCA Oct. 25, 2019).The facts are straightforward. Fifteen-year-old Justin Dominguez was killed by electrocution when he climbed a bamboo stalk that contacted an…

Diversity Training Workshop with Keynote Speaker Pat Gillette at CC&O Attorney Retreat

October 2019

CC&O Members and Associates came together for a discussion and role-play workshop on implicit bias led by renowned speaker Pat Gillette.  Small groups tackled a variety of scenarios on how implicit bias can affect workplace interactions, and problem solved different approaches.                 

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