'Roadshow' rolls into Detroit


A “Rules Amendment Roadshow” made a stop in Detroit May 19 at the federal courthouse. The program, jointly presented by the American Bar Association Section of Litigation and the Duke Law Center, was part of an 18-city “series of dialogues, led by national thought leaders and including local judges, magistrates, and top practitioners in each city,” according to Dickinson Wright attorney Dan Quick, who helped organize the program on behalf of the Federal Bar Association chapter. Among those who took part in the program were (left to right) Steven Gensler, professor at the University of Oklahoma College of Law; David Grand, magistrate judge for the Eastern District of Michigan; John Rabiej, director of the Center for Judicial Studies at Duke Law; U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts; Judge Paul Grimm, of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland; attorney Kathleen Bogas, of Bogas & Koncius; attorney Reginald Turner, of Clark Hill; Judge Jeffrey Sutton, of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit; and attorney Dan Quick.