Winstead Attorneys Participating in Bridge Group Meeting in New York

04.22.15

This year’s annual Bridge Group meeting will be held in New York City and four Winstead attorneys will be attending, including Denis Braham, David Dawson, Michelle Rieger and Todd Chen. Denis serves as president of the Bridge Group and says this year’s theme is technology.  Winstead CEO and chairman David Dawson will be moderating a panel discussion regarding cyber security and law firms, and Todd Chen is presenting on technology and law firms.  The event is scheduled for April 25.

The Bridge Group is a network linking law firms worldwide, comprised of thirteen law firms with locations in California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Seattle, Virginia, Washington, D.C. , England and Europe.

This network of firms allows Winstead to offer an expanded geographic reach and depth of expertise to our clients. Likewise, Winstead's pool of talent supports other member firms' needs. Essentially, the member firms form a "bridge" to strengthen and support legal services to clients.

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