What Happens in Vegas...

Posted on March 23, 2012 02:21 by Jeff Curran

Actually, it’s what’s happening in Vegas.   It’s spring, and we’re beginning to see a light at the end of the winter tunnel.  Grass is starting to grow, trees are beginning to bud, flowers are blooming, etc.  What better way to celebrate the annual coming of Spring than at DRI’s Product Liability Seminar in Las Vegas?  OK, I confess that Spring and Las Vegas are not “causally connected”, as we DRI-ers like to say.  You can actually go out to Vegas any time of year, and they will welcome you with open arms no matter what the season.  But, what you can’t do just any time of year is go out there and get both the camaraderie of your DRI friends AND the CLE education from leading product liability lawyers and experts from around the country.  So, if you’ll join us April 11-13 at the Venetian for the DRI Product Liability Seminar, you’ll get networking, friends, education, Vegas AND Spring, all at the same time.  You don’t want to be the one who has to hear about it after the fact,  so make plans to join us.  And if you want some really good Automotive CLE, come to the Automotive SLG Breakout session Wednesday afternoon where you’ll hear Neal Walters (the guy who puts the “class” in “class action”) Tracy Ferak (the component part liability guru) and Chris Massenburg (who will tell you all about where the Big Auto companies find themselves economically these days) present some seriously useful stuff.  I’ll see you there – I’ll be the tall guy in the suit.  

Jeff Curran is Of Counsel with Gable Gotwals in Oklahoma City. Jeff focuses his practice primarily in the areas of product liability, insurance matters, entertainment law and commercial litigation.


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