Diane Feuerherd, a principal in Miller, Miller & Canby’s litigation practice group, will be among the speakers at the Maryland State Bar Association Litigation Section Annual Business Meeting on May 18.
The event will focus on “Recent Impact Decisions of the Maryland Appellate Courts,” in conjunction with the Litigation Section’s annual business meeting.
Feuerherd will join speakers that include: The Honorable Alexander Wright, Jr., Senior Judge, Court of Special Appeals of Maryland; Carrie J. Williams, Principal Counsel for Criminal Policy in the Maryland Office of the Attorney General; and Brian Zavin, Chief Appellate Division, Maryland Office of the Public Defender.
The Legal Summit and Meeting will feature more than 80 live and on demand programs across a variety of new learning tracks. Programming is free but requires registration.
For more information or to register, visit here.
Diane Feuerherd is an appellate and trial attorney, focusing on business, real estate and eminent domain litigation in the Maryland state and federal courts. Annually awarded the Super Lawyers Rising Star accolade, Diane reached the rare benchmark of successfully advocating cases, including jury and bench trials, at each level of the Maryland State Courts (District Court, Circuit Court, Court of Special Appeals and Maryland’s highest court, the Court of Appeals), in just her first two years of practice.
Known in Maryland for her appellate work, Diane completed a two-term appellate clerkship with the Honorable Lynne A. Battaglia of the Court of Appeals before joining Miller, Miller & Canby in 2013. To learn more about her practice and the firm’s litigation practice group, contact Diane.