Kohner, Mann & Kailas, S.C. attorney David M. Henry was one of the very few external counsel not part of an Association of Corporate Counsel sponsor law firm invited to present to at the 2012 ACC Annual Meeting— the world’s largest gathering of in-house counsel.
David was selected in recognition of his reputation as a practitioner in the field and also for his work in helping businesses strike the right risk and cost balance between internal and external counsel—currently identified as a hot topic in the current economic climate by the ACC.
Part of a panel of four, including two inside counsel from businesses with significant lien and bond perfection and enforcement volumes, the presentation is now available on demand from Westlaw’s West LegalEdcenter® online continuing education platform. In the words of the ACC, the subject matter is as follows:
“In the current construction climate, there are few low-risk, low-cost ways to enhance financial performance. One proven method is to increase the rate of payment on projects; yet many otherwise successful construction industry players are achieving less than optimal recovery. Learn how businesses can adjust internal practices to increase, potentially dramatically, the real value of their lien and bond portfolios while reducing legal risk. Explore balancing the use of outside counsel and in-house resources, adopting effective mechanisms to capture and process critical information and realizing efficient and cost-effective enforcement.”
The program runs for 1 hour and 23 minutes and is available for individual purchase or by prior subscription. Alternatively, Dave can be reached in person at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 414-962-5110 if you would prefer to talk directly with David about this area of law and business.