Younger Lawyers Forum and Lawyer Exchanges

LAWorld Next Generation (LNG) is a forum for younger lawyers. More than thirty young business lawyers meet up twice a year to exchange ideas, legal updates and business opportunities.  These meetings combine formal business and general discussion sessions with social and cultural events which encourage business networking and getting to know each other.

In addition, members of LAWorld regularly exchange young lawyers for either several weeks or several months and these exchanges offer the following benefits:

• Unique career opportunities for trainees and younger lawyers

• Helps to attract and hold the best law applicants to your firm

• Effective way of 'getting to know' LAWorld colleagues and strengthen awareness of LAWorld with all lawyers in member firms

• Fast track improvement of language skills and foreign laws and judiciary systems

LAWorld encourages all its members to take advantage of this tremendous opportunity. For more information on LNG please email Friederike Jawad (f.jawad@ac-tischendorf.com) and Stefan Kunz (kunz@bgpartner.ch) who are LNG’s Organization Committee.

LAWorld News

Washington DC Law Firm’s Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) capabilities have expanded

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis represent industry across a wide range of consumer product safety matters. The practice is led by John Hodges, who has more than thirty years of experience in consumer product safety issues.  

The Washington DC LAWorld member firm assists companies in evaluating safety issues and reporting to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and other relevant agencies. HW&G represent clients in CPSC investigations and, where warranted, in developing and implementing corrective action programs and related communications. "We provide defense in CPSC proceedings on whether companies have complied with reporting requirements under Section 15(b) of the Consumer Product Safety Act. We also represent companies on potential disclosures of information by CPSC and advise clients on other safety requirements." says Charley Kimmett at HW&G. 

A more extensive description of the Consumer Product Safety Practice can be found at http://www.hwglaw.com/sitecontent.cfm?pageid=6&itemID=1530.  

For information or assistance please contact:

Charles T. Kimmett

Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP

1919 M Street, N.W., The Eighth Floor

Washington, D.C.  20036

Email: CKimmett@hwglaw.com 

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Europe/Middle East Regional Meeting and Lawyers Next Generation (Budapest) from 5pm on Friday the 16th of September, 2016 to 5pm on Saturday the 17th of September, 2016

LAWorld Annual Conference (Cape Town) from 5pm on Tuesday the 5th of April, 2016 to 2pm on Friday the 8th of April, 2016

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