Thank You for Making the 2014 Drug and Med a Huge Success!
On behalf of the American Conference Institute, I would like to thank the co-chairs, Advisory Board members, speakers, sponsors, and attendees who contributed to making this year’s 19th annual Drug and Med conference a success. It was a pleasure welcoming you to New York City, which has such a special feel during the holiday season. This year’s event was our most well-attended to date, and I hope you were able to tap into the wealth of knowledge in the room and walk away with some new relationships.
The primary goal of this conference was to bring together a community of leaders to discuss the challenges and issues that come into play in high-stakes drug and medical device products liability litigation. Judging from the comments we have received to date, we believe that our diverse and dynamic faculty provided in-depth insights, as well as actionable and practical tools for litigating effectively and cost-efficiently. We at ACI hope your experience was filled with opportunities for professional and personal growth and that you were able to walk away with some valuable information to incorporate into your day to day practice.
As a parting note, as we enter 2015, I hope that you will draw inspiration from our co-chairs’ conference theme: Advocacy, Coordination, and Innovation. We at ACI are so honored to be able to provide a forum to help advance these aims, and we are grateful for the good work that pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers continue to do.
I hope to meet you again at next year’s event, on December 2-4, 2015.
Very truly yours,
Nicole M. Cutrufello-Turner, J.D .
Senior Program Director
ACI Drug and Medical Litigation Conference.
|High praise from Prior Attendees:|
“Impactful presentations, high-quality speakers”
“Excellent speakers and presentations”
“Fantastic conference overall; Meet-Ups at beginning had excellent dialog”
“[Had] more discussion and strategy that was interesting. More diverse speakers with diverse backgrounds was a nice change.”
“Great as always”
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