Michelle Liguori Selected as ABA National Class Actions Faculty
Michelle Liguori has been selected as a faculty member for the 2022 American Bar Association’s National Institute on Class Actions, a Continuing Legal Education event hosted by the ABA Section of Litigation’s Class Actions & Derivative Suits Committee.
Michelle and her co-presenter Andrew J. McGuinness will open the conference on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, with “Class Actions 101,” a program designed to instruct attorneys at all levels on “how class actions really work.” The conference will take place at The Driskill in Austin, Texas, April 12th and13th.
Michelle is an appellate and trial court litigator, and partner of the firm in Raleigh. Her trial court practice focuses on complex commercial disputes, class actions, and section 1983 litigation. Michelle is a founding member of Best in Class, the firm’s class action blog, and she regularly writes and edits articles for the blog. Her appellate practice spans a broad array of subject matters. She has worked on numerous appeals that have arisen in civil litigation matters, and she serves as appointed appellate counsel for criminal defendants in the North Carolina appellate courts and Fourth Circuit.
Andrew (Drew) is the founder of a complex commercial litigation boutique firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan serving domestic and international clients. His practice is concentrated on antitrust, class actions, contracts, securities, product liability, patent, executive compensation, control contest, dealer terminations, and multi-district litigation. Drew brings two decades of big-law experience to clients ranging from multinational corporations to smaller businesses and individuals at a compelling value proposition. His firm has been designed from the ground up for the flexible delivery of legal services without unnecessary overhead or legacy costs.