Keller speaks at sold-out Association of Business Trial Lawyers of Los Angeles event

April 24, 2014  |   Uncategorized   |     |   Comments Off on Keller speaks at sold-out Association of Business Trial Lawyers of Los Angeles event

Jennifer Keller was a panelist on April 23 for the Association of Business Trial Lawyers of Los Angeles, on “Impeachment.” She, Bart Williams of Munger Tolles and Brian Panish of Panish Shea & Boyle presented re-enactments of actual cross-examinations in some of their major cases. The sold-out event was held at the Millenium Biltmore Hotel.

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