Jackson Walker partner John Clayton
will speak at the NACE International Corrosion 2010 Conference and Expo.
The conference will be held in San Antonio, Texas, on March 14-18, 2010.
Mr. Clayton will be speaking on "Corrosion Controls and Regulators, Including the U.S. Justice Department." This is Mr. Clayton's fifth year to be invited to speak at the conference. His previous topics have also focused on the subject of U.S. Justice Department enforcement (civil and criminal) of regulations governing energy companies, pipelines, and refineries. For more information or to sign up for the NACE International 2010 Corrosion Conference and Expo, CLICK HERE
Mr. Clayton is a litigation defense attorney with 42 years of experience defending commercial and energy sector clients in liability exposure cases, including those with hundreds of millions of dollars at stake. His practice is focused on representing large corporations, including petroleum, gas, and electric utility companies, oil refineries, pipeline companies, electric generation plants, and related energy companies, as well as specialty insurance carriers and self-insured companies. Also, his practice focuses on representation of companies involved in commercial business litigation and construction issues. He handles various litigation defense matters. Prior to relocating to Houston, Texas, in 1992, Mr. Clayton practiced in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a commercial and tort defense attorney in the state's third-largest firm, serving as head of its Litigation Section. In addition, he has served as a Juvenile Judge, a Visiting District Judge and prosecuted criminal cases in Arkansas.