In the News: February 2014
Nelson Mullins’ Wolfe to Moderate on Panel Hosted by World Affairs Council of Atlanta
Nelson Mullins, February 21
Nelson Mullins’ own Eliyahu Wolfe will be moderating a discussion Thursday, February 27 at the World Affairs Council of Atlanta on the “Global Movement of Energy: Forecasting Our Energy Future.” Mr. Wolfe practices in the Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Energy and Utilities practice group focusing on civil litigation particularly regarding product liability litigation, pharmaceutical, and medical device litigation, as well as commercial litigation. The discussion will feature Kyle Leach, Director of Resource Policy & Planning at Georgia Power; Dave Garchow, Atlanta Centre Director of the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO); and Marilyn A. Brown, Professor, School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Nunn School’s Kosal Speaks at World Affairs Council of Atlanta Young Leaders Conference
Georgia Institute of Technology, February 3
On February 1, the World Affairs Council of Atlanta hosted the “Growing Insecurity: The Risks of Access, Openness & Freedom” Young Leader conference. The conference focused on national, institutional, cyber, and individual security. National security panelist Margaret Kosal spoke on the intersecting roles of strategy, technology and national security, in relation to her work with the Secretary of Defense, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and as an advisor to the US Army Chief of Staff.