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MacMain Serves as Program Chair of National Civil Rights Conference

MacMain Serves as Program Chair of National Civil Rights Conference

Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) Civil Rights and Government Tort Liability Annual Conference

David J. MacMain recently chaired the Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) Civil Rights and Government Tort Liability annual conference in Phoenix, Arizona held January 31 through February 1, 2013. As well as being the Program Chair, David assisted in moderating the program on the topic of Insurance: Coverage, Cooperation, Conflicts and Ethics. DRI is the largest international membership organization of lawyers, and in-house and insurance professionals involved in the defense of civil litigation. The conference, which was the most well attended to date, had 375 lawyers, municipal administrators and insurance professionals from all over the country. The focus of the conference was on educating and equipping people who advise, defend and represent government and governmental officials in civil rights matters including police liability, prison-based claims, employment-related matters and tort liability. David is a partner and litigator with broad and extensive trial experience having tried over a hundred (100) cases to verdict in favor of his clients. David’s practice emphasizes matters in civil rights, employment, professional defense and municipal law

David MacMain Speaks at Pennsylvania Bar Institute Seminar

David MacMain Speaks at Pennsylvania Bar Institute Seminar
Prisoner Civil Rights Litigation 2013

David MacMain spoke at the recent Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) CLE seminar Prisoner Civil Rights Litigation 2013. ? ?The seminar was held at the Federal Courthouse in Philadelphia and addressed Section 1983 litigation against police and prison officials. In addition to David, the panel included several prominent Plaintiff-side civil rights lawyers, Philadelphia City Solicitor in charge of 1983 litigation Craig Straw, and Magistrate David Strawbridge. ? ?He has broad and extensive trial experience having tried over a hundred (100) cases to verdict in favor of his clients. David’s practice emphasizes matters in civil rights, employment, professional defense and municipal law.