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Frankel and Beverly Participate in ALFA 2014 Transportation Practice Group Seminar

Shannon S. Frankel served as Program Chair of the recent ALFA Transportation Practice Group Seminar. The seminar, which took place at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida on April 23-25 brought together leaders from across the country to address important issues facing the transportation industry. Young Moore and Henderson attorney Brian O. Beverly moderated a three-part panel discussion at the conference, “Reality Check: What Jurors Really Think About Your Case,” which focused on how jurors receive, evaluate and ultimately process issues common in transportation cases. Members of the ALFA Transportation Practice Group provide comprehensive, effective legal guidance to clients across the United States and Canada. With a high level of coordination and communication across member firms, the group is the perfect partner for regional and national transportation companies whose vehicles travel the nation-and the world.

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