Page to Present at ALFAI Labor & Employment Seminar

Young Moore attorney, Christopher A. Page, will present Considering Jury Trials Through a Post-Pandemic Lens at ALFA International’s Labor & Employment Practice Group Seminar, Lessons Learned from the Pandemic, in Carmel Valley California scheduled for February 2-4, 2022. Registration is open to members of ALFA International and their invited guests.

Chris is a shareholder at Young Moore and an experienced trial attorney specializing in the representation of clients in the hospitality and retail industries. He represents several national clients with all of their legal needs, including claims relating to employment, business disputes, trademark infringement, false advertising, premises accidents, and construction defects. After graduating summa cum laude from Duke University, Chris earned his law degree from the Yale Law School. Chris is the ALFAI Hospitality & Retail Practice Group’s Marketing Chair and serves on ALFAI’s Board of Directors. He is a frequent speaker at ALFAI seminars and has created many presentations on a variety of litigation and management topics.

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