Rebecca Moll Freed Panelist at NJSBA 2017 Town Hall Advocacy Program

March 23, 2017

Partner Rebecca Moll Freed presented for NJSBA’s 2017 Town Hall Advocacy Program today on a panel entitled, “Rules of Professional Conduct and Lobbying”.  Ms. Freed’s panel provided an ethics overview of the obligations of attorneys and lobbyists.

The program was approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 3.6 credits including 1.2 ethics/ professionalism credits.

Ms. Freed is Chair of the Firm’s Corporate Political Activity Law and Non-Profit and Tax Exempt Organization Practice Groups and Partner in the Procurement Law, Government Contract Compliance & Bid Protest Litigation Practice Group.

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