Thursday, January 16, 2020, 8:30 – 10:30 AM
Innovation House Finland
Tekniikantie 2, 02150 Espoo
America’s legal system has a reputation for being complex and expensive for businesses, so you want to be prepared when entering transactions and for avoiding litigation. Our members often ask questions like “How can I prevent my company from being taken to court?” and “If my U.S. operation is sued, how can I prevent the lawsuit from affecting my Finnish company?”
Legal experts from the United States and Canada are coming to Amcham to answer your questions and provide you with a side-by-side analysis of U.S. and Canadian markets. You’ll get useful information about the following subjects:
- Drafting effective contractual agreements
- Creating effective product warranties
- Developing loss prevention programs
- Current legal trends, such as cyber security and foreign supplier verification programs
We know your time is valuable, therefore, this session is designed to give you relevant knowledge in an efficient way. Light breakfast will be served.
Partner at Nielsen, Zehe & Antas P.C.
Lindsay Dansdill’s practice includes representing corporations and insurance companies as both plaintiffs and defendants in jurisdictions throughout the country. She represents insurance companies in large loss property subrogation, workers’ compensation and first-party property claims. Ms. Dansdill also provides counsel to domestic and foreign corporations on risk identification and preventative measures to limit potential legal exposure. She regularly lectures abroad on the topics of risk avoidance and legal considerations to international corporations and claims handlers doing business in the U.S.
Ms. Dansdill has had extensive involvement in a wide range of complex litigation including successfully defending clients against claims in the areas of product liability, construction defects and commercial litigation in addition to multi-million dollar state and nation wide class actions. She has also obtained favorable judgments on behalf of clients in cases arising out of product failures, fires and negligence causing extensive property damage.
Ms. Dansdill is licensed to practice law in Illinois, California and Nevada. She serves as a volunteer attorney for Chicago Volunteer Legal Services where she provides pro bono services to low income clients on a wide range of legal issues. Additionally, Ms. Dansdill served as mentor for Year Up, an organization that provides young adults with hands-on skills training in order to prepare them for college, internships and career development.
For more information contact:
Director of Launchpad USA
+358 45 140 4911