May 16, 2014
HunterMaclean partner Dennis Keene spoke at the 2014 ALFA International Asia regional seminar, Flattening Legal Borders: Product Liability and IP/IT Issues for Asian Companies, in Beijing, China, on May 16, 2014. His topic was “U.S. Litigation: A Comparison of Various Aspects of Litigating Cases in the U.S. and China.”
The session addressed product liability concerns for Chinese companies, particularly how lawsuits are litigated in state and federal courts in the United States and the role of mediation as an alternative dispute resolution tool.
Keene represents corporations and individuals in tort-based litigation with an emphasis in product liability and trucking law. He is chair of ALFA’s Product Liability and Complex Torts Practice Group and is on the ALFA Transportation Practice Group’s Steering Committee.
After earning his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law cum laude and his undergraduate degree from Syracuse University magna cum laude, Keene graduated with honors from the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps and served as an Army officer. He has been listed in Georgia Super Lawyers® since 2011, Best Lawyers in America® since 2010, and Who’s Who in American Law® since 2005.
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