His leadership in AAJ is admired throughout the country, and made him an excellent choice for discussing the important work they do on behalf of the injured and their families.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 20, 2013
Attorney R. Clay Milling recently spoke to more than 400 attorneys at the 2013 Georgia Trial Lawyers Association Annual Convention. Milling’s presentation focused on important legislation such as the new SMART Act, which makes significant changes to the Medicare reimbursement process. He also encouraged members of the Georgia plaintiff’s trial bar to take a more active role in the American Association for Justice (AAJ), a national organization dedicated to protecting the rights of citizens.
Milling’s presentation was included in the “Champion Trial Skills” portion of the two-day conference, co-chaired by Henry Spiegel Milling LLP partner, Phil Henry. “Clay’s session was very well-received, and focused on issues that affect every trial attorney in the country,” said Henry. “His leadership in AAJ is admired throughout the country, and made him an excellent choice for discussing the important work they do on behalf of the injured and their families.”
In addition to his GTLA presentation, Milling recently spoke to students at the Georgia State University College of Law about the unique challenges in medical malpractice cases. He will also speak at multiple sessions at this year’s AAJ Annual Conference, held in San Francisco in July. “So much of what I’ve learned over the years has come from experienced attorneys who share their best practices,” said Milling. “Speaking to other members of the bar is a great opportunity to give back.”
About Henry Spiegel Milling LLP
The Atlanta injury attorneys at Henry Spiegel Milling LLP bring over 100 years of experience to each client’s case. The firm has obtained millions in verdicts and settlements in complex cases, and continues to be regarded as one of the top law firms in the United States. The firm represents clients in serious car, truck, and motorcycle accident cases, as well as medical malpractice and wrongful death claims.