Dickinson Wright PLLC to Participate in the 2013 Ohio Conference on Freight

September 3, 2013
Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Attorneys Douglas Benson, Mark High and Dan Ujczo will address more than 200 government officials, business leaders, and transportation planners at the Ohio Conference on Freight that will be held on September 12 – 13 in Sandusky, Ohio.

Dan Ujczo will chair a panel entitled “Leveraging Innovation: Best Practices in Finance and Project Delivery”. The panel will discuss innovative financing for large transportation projects and feature Dickinson Wright Attorney Douglas Benson, a recognized expert on global public-private partnership projects, and Julie Brogan, an official with the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Later in the day, Dickinson Wright will host a reception featuring Consul General of Canada Roy Norton, who will address conference attendees on cross-border infrastructure projects, including an update on the New International Trade Crossing. Mark High, a member of Dickinson Wright and President of the Canada-U.S. Business Association in Detroit-Windsor will introduce Consul General Norton and discuss Dickinson Wright’s leading cross-border practice.

Founded in 2007 by the Toledo Metropolitan Council of Governments (TMACOG), the high-profile conference annually attracts over 200 professionals from the private and public sectors and from numerous states and provinces in the U.S. and Canada. The attendees produce and/or move freight, plan infrastructure, invest in training, enforce regulations, and build local economies. Supply chain executives, planners, engineers, university faculty, regulators, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and consultants gather each year to discuss the issues of freight mobility.

To learn more about the 2013 Ohio Conference on Freight, please click here.