Annual Review - Key business law developments in bite-size pieces: Episode 1: Introduction and History of the Annual Review

36 Min Listen By: Jessica Mendelson, Anne M. Steadman, Emily Stover

In this episode of “Annual Review – Key business law developments in bite-size pieces”, we discuss the history of the book and its evolution over the past two decades with Judge Elizabeth Stong and Heidi McNeil Staudemaier. Judge Elizabeth Stong is a United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of New York. Judge Stong is also actively involved in the leadership of the ABA Business Law Section and Judicial Division. Heidi McNeil Staudemaier is a Partner at Snell and Wilmer where she is nationally renowned in the fields of Native American Law and Gaming Law and Business Litigation. Heidi has also served as the President of International Masters of Gaming Law, as well as the Executive Editor of Gaming Law Review and Economics. Judge Elizabeth Stong and Heidi McNeil Staudemaier are both leaders of the BCLC and Business Law Section and were instrumental in establishing the Recent Developments publication almost 20 years ago.

Interviewees: Judge Elizabeth Stong, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of New York, and Heidi McNeil Staudemaier, Partner at Snell & Wilmer

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

San Francisco, CA

Jessica Mendelson

Jessica Mendelson is an associate in the Employment Law Department of Paul Hastings. Her practice focuses on trade secrets litigation and employee mobility issues. Prior to joining Paul Hastings, Ms.Mendelson…

Anne M. Steadman

Anne concentrates her practice in the areas of Corporate Litigation and Bankruptcy Litigation. Prior to joining Landis Rath & Cobb, Anne worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Abigail M. LeGrow…

San Francisco, CA

Emily Stover

Emily Stover is an associate in the Employment Law Department of Paul Hastings. Her practice focuses on litigation and counseling on a wide range of employment and labor issues. She has experience representing…

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