Attorneys & Professionals
Pamela Bresnahan, a partner in the Vorys Washington, D.C. office and the leader of the litigation group in that office, was profiled in Legal Bisnow. The profile article, titled “Washington's Secret-Keeper,” outlined her work representing law firms and lawyers on professional liability issues.
The article states:
“Her work ranges from representing lawyers or firms being sued by clients or others, to assisting lawyers in discipline cases, to advising on lateral moves and conflicts. Pam picked up the practice area several decades ago—she tells us nobody else wanted the matters. (Some of her other work includes insurance issues and commercial and IP litigation.) About the benefits of keeping matters low-profile, she says that it's much handier to come to an efficient solution when public opinion doesn't come into it.”
The profile also highlighted her appointment to the American Bar Association’s Board of Governors, stating:
"Starting in August, Pam will have a more public role: a three-year term on the 38-member ABA Board of Governors, which acts and speaks for the 400,000-member organization. Pam's been involved with the ABA for the past 34 years and says it's the best thing she ever did. The focus now is membership, staying relevant to members, delivering services to lawyers and the public, building a larger non-dues revenue stream, and access to justice. Pam's been with Vorys for 19 years, and has been named one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America."
To read the article, visit the Legal Bisnow website.