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ATLANTA—Womble Carlyle attorney Michael Sullivan will take part in a panel discussion at 2017 SAUPO, the Symposium on Asia-USA Partnership Opportunities. Sullivan will speak on “Building Partnerships and Creating Jobs in USA” at SAUPO, which is presented by Kennesaw State University.
Joining him in the panel discussion will be:
Kennesaw State University College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean Dr. Robin Dorff will moderate the panel discussion, which takes place April 14.
SAUPO is the largest Asia business conference in the U.S. The goals of SAUPO include information exchange, network building, global visibility, and investment from/to Asia. There will be 350+ participants at SAUPO, including business leaders, diplomats, scholars, non-government activists, and government officials.
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Michael Sullivan is managing partner in Womble Carlyle’s Atlanta office. He is a mass tort and complex commercial litigation attorney with over 30 years of experience representing clients in bet-the-company litigation. His practice today includes acting as trusted advisor to senior level executives on risk management and litigation management issues.