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Trying a Case to the Millennial Juror: Can it be Done in 140 Characters or Less?

March 4, 2017 Aventura, Florida / Sponsored by ALFA International

On May 4, 2017, Gentry Locke partner Catherine Huff will be a panelist for a presentation geared toward better understanding of younger jurors serving in litigation cases.

Attendees will include ALFA International attorneys from around the world, as well as select clients.

Catherine J. Jackson

Cate Jackson practices in the Employment, Insurance, and Workers’ Compensation practice groups and has litigated in federal and state courts throughout Virginia. Cate defends employers against discrimination and workplace claims and advises businesses in the restaurant and hospitality industry on employment issues. Cate has consistently been named a Rising Star by “Virginia Super Lawyers” since 2015 and was honored as a “Legal Elite” by Virginia Business magazine.

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