Harwell Elected To Board Of Directors For The Federation Of Defense And Corporate Counsel

Friday, July 28, 2017

The law firm of Leitner, Williams, Dooley, and Napolitan, PLLC announces that attorney Marc H. Harwell has been elected to the board of directors of the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel.  

"Founded in 1936, the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel is an international organization composed of the nation’s leaders in the legal community. Federation members have been judged by their peers to have achieved the highest in professional distinction, and are committed to promoting 'Knowledge, Justice and Fellowship.' The over 1,400 members of the Federation include the top attorneys in private practice who specialize in civil defense litigation, as well as general counsel, risk managers and insurance claims examiners from throughout the world. The Federation is the premier organization for civil defense attorneys in the country and membership is by invitation after an extensive peer review selection process," officials said.

Mr. Harwell also serves as the appointed chair of the FDCC Construction Section, since 2016. Since 2011, he has served as vice-chair of the FDCC Transportation Section. He is vice-chair of the FDCC Admissions Committee and the Projects and Objectives Committee and is ex-officio of the FDCC/IADC Law Firm Management Conference.



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