October 07, 2019 BY DEF Admin
Attorneys Jennifer Parrott, Melody Kiella, and Whitney Greene Present at Women in Trucking Accelerate! Conference
Drew Eckl & Farnham was very well represented as an Emerald sponsor at the Women in Trucking Accelerate Conference in Dallas, TX on September 30-October 2, 2019. There were over 1,100 attendees, making it Women in Trucking's largest conference to date.
Three of our attorneys Jennifer Parrott, Melody Kiella, and Whitney Greene had the opportunity to present on a panel with Lisa Johnson, who serves as the Legal and Regulatory Compliance Specialist at Southeastern Freight Lines. Their presentation centered around tips, advice, and success stories pertaining to females in a male-dominated industry.
Jennifer Parrott focuses her practice in civil litigation and represents individuals, corporations, and insurance companies in state and federal courts. Her practice includes an emphasis on general liability and insurance litigation, transportation/trucking law, personal injury, products liability, and commercial litigation. She has extensive experience in managing files, interviewing witnesses, preparing discovery, writing and responding to motions and appeals, and taking depositions.
Melody Kiella is an experienced litigator specializing in all aspects of complex civil litigation. She represents clients in connection with a broad spectrum of legal matters, including transportation/trucking law, personal injury, premises liability, negligent security, mold damage and exposure, catastrophic injuries, commercial litigation, breach of contract, and general liability.
Whitney Lay Greene is an experienced civil litigator, practicing primarily in the general liability field. She handles matters in the fields of transportation/trucking law, premises liability, and products liability in both state and federal courts all over Georgia. Although Whitney prides herself on her ability to assist clients with matters large and small, she focuses her practice on cases with complex liability and medical causation issues, including catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims.