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Please join us on Tuesday, June 27th for our webinar, “No Soup for You! – Immunities Availalbe to Local Governments.”
For anyone adjusting or defending local governments, immunities are the bread and butter of the defense of these claims. This webinar will focus on those immunities, in both federal and state courts, how and when they need to be asserted, the likelihood of success based on particular factual scenarios, and the confusion that is created when courts conflate immunity issues such as “malice” and “actual malice.”
The webinar will begin at 2:00 pm and conclude at 3:00 pm EST. As always, there is no charge for our webinar.
For more information on our presenters, see below:
|Wayne S. Melnick
Wayne Melnick is a Partner and Vice-Chair of the firm’s Government Law practice section. He also is a member of the firm’s CGL and Business Liability practice section where he is Vice-Chair of FMG’s Transportation practice group. Mr. Melnick is an accomplished trial attorney and has tried over 50 jury trials to verdict in cases throughout the country.
|E. Charles Reed, Jr.
Charles Reed has extensive litigation experience in a broad spectrum of defense areas including civil rights, land use, contract, and constitutional law. As a former Senior Assistant County Attorney in the DeKalb County Law Department, he was lead counsel in several high profile lawsuits relating constitutional claims against law enforcement officers.
|Edwin A. Treese
Edwin A. Treese practices in the firm’s Government Liability and Complex Litigation sections, where he primarily represents private companies, churches, motor carriers, governmental entities, and their employees and officials in a broad range of litigation. He has experience defending a broad array of cases including civil rights/excessive force claims, premises liability claims, automobile/trucking claims, defamation claims, and allegations of corporate/organizational liability for an employee’s sexual misconduct.
|Kevin R. Stone
Kevin R. Stone is an associate in firm’s government law practice section. He also practices in the firm’s general and professional liability sections. As part of the firm’s government law section, Mr. Stone has a broad litigation practice with a focus on defending cities, counties, law enforcement officers, and other governmental individuals in civil rights and general liability matters in both state and federal trial courts and appellate courts. Mr. Stone’s practice also includes the defense of attorneys in professional liability matters and the defense of private businesses in general liability matters.
*Note – FMG applies for Continuing Education and Continuing Legal Education Credit in multiple states. Until a course is approved by a particular state, we cannot guarantee credit. You must be present (online or in-person) during the full session to receive credit.