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HarrisMartin’s Webinar Series: Infant Formula & Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) Litigation

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Contributors

  • Ashley Keller, Keller Postman LLC, Chicago

    Ashley Keller is one of the founding Partners of Keller Postman LLC. An experienced trial and appellate lawyer, Ashley helps set strategic direction across virtually all of the firm’s cases. He represents clients in a wide variety of practice areas and types of claims, including product-liability, antitrust, class action, and arbitration matters.

  • Travis Lenkner, Keller Lenkner LLC, Chicago

    Travis Lenkner is the Managing Partner of Keller Lenkner LLC. Travis helps set the firm’s strategic direction, leads key operational components, and coordinates recruiting to build the nation’s leading team of plaintiffs’ attorneys and professional staff.

  • Alexandra Walsh, Walsh Law, Washington, DC

    Alexandra Walsh is a nationally recognized trial attorney with extensive experience trying and winning cases in courts throughout the country. After years of defending corporate clients, Alex launched Walsh Law to turn a page in her practice and use her expertise and experience to fight for plaintiffs seeking justice in the nation’s courts.

  • Amelia Frenkel, Keller Lenkner LLC, Washington, DC

    Amelia Frenkel is an Associate at Keller Lenkner LLC. She represents clients in a range of disputes, both in court and in arbitration. In particular, her work focuses on product liability and consumer protection matters.

  • Susan Barfield, Founder & CEO, Case Works, Austin, TX

    Prior to Case Works, Susan was Vice President of Clinical Operations for a national medical startup. The fast paced, high demanding environment of a start-up company taught Susan that in order to consistently excel and be a key company resource, she had to pilot new business practices, drive operations across a multi-disciplined organization, be result-oriented, identify trends and opportunities for strategic growth, and leverage expertise and resources across the business environment to effectively lead and direct teams. She was a proven problem solver who simplified complex problems into executable business solutions with measurable outcomes.

January 11, 2022
Tue 2:00 PM EST

Duration 1H 30M

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