Hiscock & Barclay Partner Linda Clark Speaks at Women on the Move 2009: In the Driver’s Seat
Hiscock & Barclay, LLP, Partner Linda J. Clark addressed the Women on the Move 2009: In the Driver’s Seat conference in Albany on Thursday, April 2, 2009. Sponsored by the New York State Bar Association, the Women on the Move program is a Continuing Legal Education seminar exploring a wide array of topics of particular interest to women attorneys.
Clark presented as part of the panel “Legal Considerations for the 21st Century Practitioner: Equal Pay Act, Civil Rights Act, FMLA and Health Care Regulations.” The panel addressed the changing laws and their immediate impact on women as well as men.
Clark is the Immediate Past President of the Capital District Women’s Bar Association and current chair of the New York State Conference of Bar Leaders. At Hiscock & Barclay, she concentrates her practice in the areas of commercial litigation, toxic tort and defense and health care litigation. She represents a broad array of individuals, businesses and defense clients in civil matters pending in state, federal and commercial claims courts throughout New York. Clark’s defense practice is focused upon the representation of specialty insurers and self-insured concerns in cases ranging from the defense of claims of catastrophic injury brought pursuant to New York’s strict liability labor laws, to the defense of thousands of mass-tort asbestos claims pending in the eastern and central regions of New York State. She has extensive experience in commercial litigation matters, many of which involve complex contract claims for millions of dollars. Other areas of litigation in which Clark has significant experience include securities claims, labor law cases, and health care-related contract claims and appeals.
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