Rand McClellan Joins Webinar on Class Action Litigation

News / May 6, 2017

Partner Rand McClellan participated in a CLE webinar held May 6, 2016, and sponsored by The Knowledge Group. The topic was “Class Action Litigation: The Ins and Outs in 2016.”

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