The “Must-Attend” Event for Life Sciences Industry
Once a year, ACI’s “Drug and Med” conference serves as the meeting place for leading in-house counsel from diverse pharmaceutical and medical device companies involved in the prevention, management and defense of product liability litigation.
- Benchmark with other in-house leaders on effective and efficient compliance practices, settlement tactics and litigation management strategies.
- Meet the “who’s who” of law firm litigators in the products liability defense bar to vet your next possible outside counsel.
PAST ATTENDING COMPANIES
- B Braun Medical Inc
- Bayer Corporation
- Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc
- Bristol Myers Squibb
- Cardinal Health Inc.
- Carestream Health
- CR Bard Inc
- Daiichi Sankyo Inc
- Emory University
- Endo Pharmaceuticals
- Galderma Laboratories Lp
- Gilead Sciences Inc
- Jazz Pharmaceuticals
- Johnson & Johnson Inc
- Novo Nordisk
- Olympus Corporation of the Americas
- PDL BioPharma Inc
- Sage Therapeutics Inc
- Samsung Bioepis Co Ltd
- UCB Inc
- Zimmer Biomet
“This is the place to be if you want to do Drug & Medical Device Litigation. You have the best of the best here. You have the in-house Lawyers who manage this litigation, you’ve got the attorneys and trial lawyers who trial the cases, you’ve got the pallet lawyers who argue the cases in appeal, you’ve got the deans of the litigation as well as the rising stars. If you want to do this work, this is the place to be and it’s been this way for as long as I’ve been practicing in this area and I’ve been coming to this conference for over 20 years.”
— John P. Lavelle JR., Partner, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
“It truly is a conference that has the most participants from this area of law. I’m surrounded at ACI by outside counsel and inside counsel at law firms across the country that are doing the same work that I’m doing. And it’s a great opportunity to not only network and meet people that I can work with in the future but more importantly to figure out what’s working for others.”
— Kim Bueno, Attorney, Butler Snow LLP