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Partner Ed Voss to Speak at 27th Annual Civil Rights and Government Tort Liability Seminar


DRI’s 27th annual Civil Rights and Governmental Tort Liability Seminar in New Orleans promises vital, timely, and relevant presentations critical to all governmental liability attorneys. Nuts and bolts segments on ADA issues surrounding arrestees, municipal bankruptcy 101, Heck v. Humphrey 20 years later, and Dean Karen Blum’s ever-popular segment on qualified immunity combine with high-end topics (such as former United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’ take on strategic crisis management, Dean Erwin Chemerinsky’s must-hear Supreme Court update, and the Section 1983 supervisory liability aspects of the Duke lacrosse case) to provide two days of world class CLE and entertainment.


Ed Voss will speak at this national seminar on Thursday, January 30.  He will present "What the Heck?  Heck vs. Humphrey Turns Twenty".  For registration and additional information, go to Resources and click on Publications.  


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