Holland Groves founding partner Eric D. Holland recently spoke at the 13th Annual Complex Litigation Symposium in New Orleans, Louisiana on a panel of distinguished speakers moderated by Professor Arthur Miller. Professor Miller took the panelists through the paces in discussing a number of the cutting edge complex litigation topics covered in his most recent law review article including federal pleading, pre-trial, and trial practice. As only Professor Miller can do, he engaged in coversational dialogue with the panelists in discussing the gradual but radical changes that federal procedure has seen over the last several decades and the consequences of those changes as seen by judges, special masters, acamadecians, and practicing attorneys. The Annual Complex Litigation Symposium is one of the country’s top gatherings of the judiciary, bar and academia, bringing together an all-star cast of judges, professors and lawyers to address cutting edge legal issues.
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