Constitutional Limitations to Economic Regulation and Litigation

Date:

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Sponsor(s):

Speaker(s):

Michael A. Carvin, Charles H. "Chuck" Moellenberg, Jr.; Traci L. Lovitt, Gregory G. Katsas, Jones Day

Location:

Jones Day
500 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA
United States

Fee:

free

Time:

8-10 am

CLE Credits:

2 hrs

 

Join Jones Day for a speaker series reviewing Constitutional Limitations to Economic Regulation and Litigation on Thursday, December 15, at the offices of Jones Day, 500 Grant Street in Pittsburgh.

This segment runs from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m.

Federal and state government regulation increasingly is intruding on constitutionally protected rights to due process, free flow of interstate commerce, and First Amendment-protected rights. In addition, the plaintiff’s bar has joined with state attorneys general to create an immensely powerful alliance to enforce government regulation against corporations and individuals. Federal and state constitutions offer substantive and procedural safeguards to protect property and liberty interests, and this seminar will aim to make corporations and individuals aware of their fundamental rights and how to assert them.

The speakers, all of Jones Day,  are Charles “Chuck” Moellenberg, Jr.,  Michael A. Carvin, Traci L. Lovitt and Gregory G. Katsas.

To register, visit http://thewritestuff.jonesday.com/vf/7831j9392X7168F94L67.

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