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  • Brian Barr, Levin Papantonio Rafferty, Pensacola, FL

    Brian Barr is a shareholder at Levin Papantonio. He litigates pharmaceutical, environmental, mass torts and personal injury cases throughout the country. Most recently, Mr. Barr has focused his practice on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Appointed by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana as one of the four members of the Plaintiffs Executive Committee, one of the nineteen members of the Plaintiffs Steering Committee, as well as class counsel for both the Economic and Property Damages Settlement Class and the Medical Class, Mr. Barr has been one of the leaders of the massive BP litigation. The litigation has resulted in two multi-billion dollar class action settlement agreements and a proposed class settlement with Halliburton. Mr. Barr was honored to serve as trial counsel for Phase 2 of the Limitation and Liability Trial against BP.

  • Sara Papantonio, Levin Papantonio Rafferty, Pensacola, FL

    Sara Papantonio is an associate attorney at Levin Papantonio and focuses her practice on mass torts. She graduated from the University of North Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Journalism. Ms. Papantonio then received her Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law in 2020, graduating cum laude. While in law school, Ms. Papantonio was a member of Stetson’s #1 nationally ranked Trial Team, competing in three regional, and four national competitions. In 2019, she was a Regional Champion and a National Finalist at the National Trial Competition. The following year, Ms. Papantonio was a Regional Champion at the National Trial Competition. Additionally, she excelled at the Tournament of Champions and Top Gun trial competition.

  • J. Edward Bell III, Bell Legal Group, Georgetown, SC

    South Carolina native J. Edward Bell III, founder and senior partner of Bell Legal Group in Georgetown is an attorney, businessman, and entrepreneur. In a career spanning more than 30 years, he has distinguished himself as a top litigation attorney at local, state and national levels and has tried more than 300 major cases throughout the United States. He is the Chairman of the Board of Garden & Gun magazine, The Litchfield Company and The Charleston City Paper and serves as President of the Charleston School of Law.

  • Gabrielle Sulpizio, Bell Legal Group, Georgetown, SC

    Gabrielle is a South Carolina attorney focusing on medical malpractice and products liability. She earned her law degree, magna cum laude, from the Charleston School of Law, where she served as Student Works Editor for the Charleston Law Review and was named to the Presidential Honors Society. She also earned a B.A. from the University of Maryland with a minor in Philosophy.

    While attending law school, Gabrielle was a member of the Moot Court team, a legal research and writing fellow, a MUSC Presidential Scholar, President of the Health Law Society, and intern in General Counsel’s office at the Medical University of South Carolina.

  • Aaron Jophlin, The Jophlin Law Firm, Georgetown, SC

    Aaron Jophlin founded The Jophlin Law Firm in 2017, located in historic Georgetown, South Carolina. After a decade of courtroom experience, Aaron focuses on complex litigation: medical malpractice, wrongful death, criminal defense, nursing home neglect, and catastrophic injury.

  • 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.

  • George Kosko, Bell Legal Group, Georgetown, SC

    South Carolina attorney George C. Kosko was in private practice from 1975-2000, and he has over 51 years of ex-perience in Aviation Law. He served on the South Carolina Supreme Court, United States Custom Court, and Unit-ed States District Court of District of Columbia and South Carolina. In addition to being selected for inclusion in the first Who’s Who in American Law, Judge Kosko also lectured at the University of South Carolina School of Law on trial issues and ethics. He has published in the South Carolina Bar Magazine on Trial Advocacy, American Association of Airport Executives, South Eastern Aviation Managers Association, and South Carolina Aeronautics Commission. Judge Kosko most notable distinctions include being a Founder of the Charleston School of Law, Founding Pro-fessor of Law at the Charleston School of Law, Vice Pres-ident of Federal Magistrate Judges’ Association, First Family Court Solicitor in South Carolina, and Assistant Solicitor for Richland County.

  • Christopher Princis, VP, Business Development, Consumer Attorney Marketing Group (CAMG), Woodland Hills, CA

August 23, 2022
Tue 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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