CLE Program

Seventh Annual Complex Commercial Litigation Conference

Date:

Date: Thursday, April 14, 2022
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Location:

Suffolk University Law School
Conference Room
120 Tremont Street
Boston, MA, 02108-4977

Program Code:

CCD22

Program Options:

Registration

MBA Law Student : $0.00
MBA Members : $75.00
Non-Members : $150.00

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The Massachusetts Bar Association community welcomes back our Complex
Commercial Litigation members to the Seventh Annual Complex Commercial
Litigation Conference. This year’s conference will be an in-person event at Suffolk University Law School. Faculty presenters include a number of judges and accomplished attorneys who have provided significant thought leadership in the area of complex commercial litigation.

This year’s keynote speaker is Massachusetts Superior Court Chief Justice Heidi E. Brieger. Judge Brieger was appointed by Governor Deval L. Patrick to the Superior Court in 2012. She serves as the regional administrative justice for civil business in Suffolk County and chairs the Superior Court Education Committee. She previously served as the chief of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force in the Massachusetts U.S. Attorney’s Office beginning in 2006, following her service as a prosecutor in that office since 1992. She also served as a law clerk to Hon. Andrew A. Caffrey, chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Judge Brieger is a graduate of Smith College and Boston College Law School.

Conference Agenda Incudes:

2:30 – 3:40: Litigating Chapter 93A in Business Cases
Moderator: Michael A. Kippins, Esq., Moderator
Hon. Kenneth W. Salinger, Superior Court Business Litigation Session
Michael Gilleran, Esq.
Christine Netski, Esq.
Mychii Snape, Esq.

3:40-3:50: Break

3:50-5:00: Annual Judges Panel
Lauren J. Coppola, Esq.
Hon. Michael D. Ricciuti, Superior Court Business Litigation Session
Hon. Rosemary Connolly, Massachusetts Superior Court
Hon. Donald L. Cabell, Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

5:00-5:30: Keynote Address, Chief Justice Heidi Brieger, Massachusetts Superior Court

5:30-6:00: Networking Reception

This conference is offered as a hybrid.  Attendees can attend virtually but are strongly encouraged to attend in person. We will send information on remote participation prior to the program. 

All attendees must follow Suffolk University Law School's health and safety guidelines. Details to be forthcoming.

Registration for this conference is required by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12.

Faculty:

Nicholas Stellakis, Esq., Conference Co-chair
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, Boston
Robert F. Callahan, Esq., Conference Co-chair
Robins Kaplan LLP, Boston
Hon. Heidi E. Brieger, Chief Justice, Keynote Speaker
Massachusetts Superior Court
Hon. Donald L. Cabell, Panelist
Massachusetts U.S. District Court, Boston
Hon. Rosemary Connolly, Panelist
Suffolk County Superior Court, Boston
Hon. Michael D. Ricciuti, Panelist
Superior Court Business Litigation Session
Hon. Kenneth W. Salinger, Panelist
Suffolk Superior Court, Boston
Lauren J. Coppola, Esq., Moderator
Robins Kaplan LLP, Boston
Michael Gilleran, Esq., Panelist
Fisher Broyles
Michael A. Kippins, Esq., Moderator
Attorney at Law
Christine M. Netski, Esq., Panelist
Sugarman Rogers Barshak & Cohen PC, Boston
Mychii Snape, Esq., Panelist
Massachusetts Attorney General's Office, Consumer Protection Division

Sponsoring Sections:

Complex Commercial Litigation Section

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