We hope to "See" you at DRI’s 2021 Drug and Medical Device Virtual Seminar, taking place Thursday, April 29 and Friday, April 30. This two-day program will provide opportunities to network with old and new friends and earn up to five hours of CLE credits, including one ethics credit and one Diversity & Inclusion/Elimination of Bias credit. Learn the latest about ethical implications of social media, navigating litigation challenges after remand from an MDL, and the legal impact of cutting-edge technology on patient care. Don’t miss it; register today!
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DRI Member Pricing: $150
Non-Member Pricing: $250
DRI Member Pricing: $150
Non-Member Pricing: $150
Earn up to 5 hours of continuing legal education hours, including 1 hour of ethics credit and 1 Diversity & Inclusion/Elimination of Bias credit from this seminar.
DRI's 2021 Drug and Medical Device Virtual Seminar is proudly sponsored by:
If you would like to contact DRI about seminar sponsorship opportunities, including pricing, or to reserve a spot, please go to Advertising and Sponsorship.
Open Books, a nonprofit based in Chicago, provides literacy experiences for tens of thousands of readers each year through inspiring programs and the sale of donated books. Through their Book Grants, they provide readers of all ages with engaging, appropriate, and high-quality books. Each week, they deliver thousands of books to schools and nonprofits across Chicagoland. Open Books has recently partnered with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to present Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, Chicago. The Open Books Imagination Library program will provide every child between 0-5 in Chicago with access to free, age-appropriate books directly to their homes. The books arrive by mail every month from birth until the child turns 5. Each book is brand new and carefully selected by a panel of experts on childhood literacy and early education.
Open Books is a generous donor that has agreed to match all DRI gifts for this fundraising competition up to $20,000!
NEW THIS YEAR: DRI's Drug and Medical Device Committee is going head-to-head in a fundraising competition with DRI’s Women in the Law Committee in order to support Open Books, a nonprofit that provides literacy experiences for tens of thousands of readers each year through inspiring programs and the sale of donated books. Donate directly to Open Books using Venmo (@Open-Books), but you must add a note that your donation is for Drug and Medical Device.
In-House Counsel and Claims Executives Initiatives
Thank You to DRI’s Drug and Medical Device Committee
Erik W. Snapp
Jennifer Snyder Heis
Program Vice Chair
Sheila S. Boston
Committee Vice Chair
Ted J. McDonald III
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