Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein Principal Harry J. Winograd will present at the 15th Annual Corporate IP Institute (CIPI).
Harry will moderate a panel discussion titled Professionalism Plus: A Practical Guide to Protect IP, Trade Secrets and In-House Counsel Privilege During Litigation. Panelists will include Ritu Kelotra (Rollins, Inc.), Erik Provitt (Equifax Inc.), and Nora Robb (Cox Automotive Inc.). The presentation has been approved for a Professionalism credit for Georgia attorneys.Read More
Jessica Wood was asked to join an Access to Justice Committee that will craft a State Bar pro bono campaign. The Committee will continue the work started by Good Thinking, Inc., a volunteer creative service organization that serves non-profits. Good Thinking gathered teams of attorneys, designers, and copywriters to identify key challenges and opportunities for pro bono recruitment. Jessica served as Co-Captain of one of six teams that proposed campaign themes, taglines, and other creative approaches. Jessica also serves on the State Bar’s Wellness Committee, focusing on physical health.
Jessica’s practice focuses on litigation, including contracts, business torts, intellectual property, and employment issues. For more on Jessica view her full bio here.Read More
Harry Winograd will join the 2016 faculty of Emory University School of Law’s Kessler-Eidson Trial Techniques Program to be held April 30 through May 6. Harry will join an elite group of more than 120 jurists, practitioners, and legal scholars from across the United States and foreign jurisdictions, including Mexico, to teach in the prominent program which, over the course of three decades, has launched some of the nation’s leading trial lawyers and judges.
Harry is recognized by his peers as an AV attorney by Martindale-Hubbell (the highest rating available); a 10 out of 10 by Avvo; a Georgia Super Lawyer in Atlanta Magazine from 2004-2016, and Georgia Trend Magazine’s “Legal Elite.” His practice areas include business litigation, employment, trade secrets, and restrictive covenants.Read More
Rob Wildstein was a featured speaker on the topic of “Foreign Judgments; Perfecting the Judgment; and Post-Judgment Discovery, Including Ethical and Professionalism Considerations” at a continuing legal education event on March 9, 2016 at the State Bar of Georgia. He has participated as a guest speaker for the Post-Judgment Collection series of seminars through the ICLE of Georgia every year since 1992.Read More
Jessica Wood served as a panelist at the Daily Report’s continuing legal education program, “Women in Law: Making Rain, Climbing the Ladder and Forging Your Path.” Jessica’s panel focused on business development, client interaction and unique pitfalls and opportunities for women. Jessica pointed out that client development should not be “soul-sucking.” She advised attorneys to “make business happen by being yourself and integrating it into the world you are already living in.”Read More
Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C. partner Harry Winograd will be a panelist for the Atlanta ESI Roundtable discussion taking place on September 10th at Emory Law School following a screening of the documentary “Decade of Discovery”.Read More
Start the new year off on the right foot with a little advice from Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C. Managing Partner Tim Ramsey who was a special guest on Michael Bull’s Commercial Real Estate Show and discussed mistakes to avoid with commercial real estate sales contracts.Read More