Hi. I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend, and is now buckling down as we head into the home stretch of 2019 and look forward to a successful and productive 2020.
As chair of the Business and Corporate Litigation Committee, my job is to make this committee as productive and valuable for each of its members as possible. We are blessed with what may well be the densest concentration of diverse business and corporate litigation talent anywhere in the country, and as a member of BCLC, you can access that talent to help make you and your practice more valuable and more rewarding.
Can I suggest a few ways to make your membership work for you even better than it does now? Consider some or all of these. Click on the links below for more information about the many possible ways to make your BCLC membership work for you.
- Join a subcommittee.
- Submit written materials for publication.
- Attend the Business Law Section's Spring Meeting and Annual Meeting.
- Submit an idea for a CLE program.
- Ask BCLC leaders how you can get involved. The leadership of BCLC is committed to assisting you in getting the greatest possible value from your membership. Opportunities are available for everything from writing to mentoring to speaking to planning events. Please feel free to contact any of us:
Chair Stuart M. Riback firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-chair Hon. Gail Andler (ret.) email@example.com
Vice-chair Jay Dubow firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-chair Denise Seastone Kraft email@example.com
Vice-chair Hon. Mac McCoy MAC_MCCOY@flmd.uscourts.gov
Wishing all of you the very best for the holidays, and much success, achievement, prosperity and good health in 2020.