Butzel Long attorneys featured during MINASF Midwest Seminar September 12-14, 2019
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long attorneys Beth S. Gotthelf and Claudia Rast will be featured speakers during the Michigan Chapter of the National Association for Surface Finishers (MINASF) Midwest Conference September 12-14, 2019 at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island.
Gotthelf was instrumental in developing the conference and will serve as a moderator for a presentation titled, “Launching into the Future. Is Space the Next Frontier for Surface Finishers?” She also will serve as a panelist for a program titled, “PFAS Update, Environmental Issues and Government Relations."
Rast will participate in a presentation titled, "Cyber Security - The Number of Attacks on Small Business Will Shock You - Are You Protected? What to do if You've Been Hacked?"
Beth S. Gotthelf
Gotthelf is Butzel Long’s Director of Innovation and External Relations and is based in the firm’s Birmingham office. She brings a pragmatic and holistic approach to clients' issues, assisting them in reaching their business goals, often matchmaking clients' needs and acting as an outside general counsel. She counsels clients in governmental contracting, and related topics such as ITAR, EAR, Foreign Military Financing and Foreign Military Sales. Gotthelf also is a leader in environmental law, bringing creative solutions to remediation, redevelopment, tax incentives, and waste management.
Rast is the Chair of Butzel Long’s Intellectual Property, Cybersecurity and Emerging Technology Group and a frequent speaker on issues of data security and privacy. Based in the firm’s Ann Arbor office, she blends her expertise in law, business, and science to assist companies in their strategic use of technology, counseling clients in the areas of privacy, cybersecurity, data theft, intellectural property licensing and registration, and the forensic preservation and analysis of data.