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May 2018
May 07, 2018

Linda Paullin-Hebden to Present at OESA Mobility Supplier Forum

Linda Paullin-Hebden, a partner with Warner Norcross + Judd, will be a featured presenter at the Original Equipment Suppliers Association Mobility Supplier Forum in Menlo Park, California on Tuesday, May 8.

In the race to develop autonomous vehicles, auto manufacturers are looking outside of their traditional supply base for the latest technological innovations. Paullin-Hebden will offer suppliers a variety of tools and approaches for these collaborative relationships in her presentation "Exploiting Opportunities and Avoiding Pitfalls When Leveraging Startup Technology."    
At Warner, Paullin-Hebden concentrates her practice on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, investment adviser compliance and general corporate matters. She is the executive partner of Warner's Southfield office and a member of the firm's Autonomous and Connected Mobility Team. 
The OESA Mobility Supplier Forum meets quarterly in Silicon Valley to help automotive suppliers advance their business interests in connected and transformative technologies.  Paullin-Hebden will be joined by two other speakers for the half-day event beginning with a networking lunch at 11:30 a.m.
Complete event details and registration information is available at
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