Ashley Belleau to Moderate a Panel Discussion Entitled 'Aggressive Advocacy or Unethical Bullying?' at ABA’s Fidelity & Surety Law Mid-Winter Conference



Shareholder Ashley Belleau joins distinguished faculty at the American Bar Association’s TIPS Fidelity and Surety Law Committee 2022 Mid-Winter Conference, January 19-21 in Nashville.

Ashley will moderate a panel discussion entitled ‘Aggressive Advocacy or Unethical Bullying?’ about the balance between permissible advocacy and unethical bullying. Conduct of attorneys, judges, and neutrals will be examined under the ABA Model Rules, the AAA Code of Ethics and the JAMS Ethics Guidelines including how those lines can be crossed. The panelists will discuss these issues from a myriad of perspectives including in-house counsel, trial counsel, arbitrator and mediator. Effective strategies to address these behaviors will also be explored.

Ashley will be joined by distinguished panelists, Patricia Thompson of JAMS, Miami, Florida and Michael Keating of CNA Insurance Company, Chicago Illinois. To attend this program and view the other exciting programs offered by the American Bar Association’s TIPS Fidelity and Surety Law Committee 2022 Mid-Winter Conference, download a copy of the  AGENDA or REGISTER TODAY.

To learn more about Ashley and her areas of practice, visit her profile.


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