Carlton Fields’ Ashley C. Drumm Elected President of the Palm Beach County Chapter of the Federal Bar Association

Mass Tort and Product Liability   |   Class Actions   |   Litigation and Trials   |   September 21, 2020
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West Palm Beach, Fla. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that litigator Ashley C. Drumm was elected president of the Palm Beach County Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. She will serve a one-year term beginning September 18, 2020. She has previously held several chapter leadership positions, including president-elect, secretary, treasurer, and national delegate.

The Palm Beach County Chapter of the Federal Bar Association offers members meaningful opportunities to get to know the federal judges in the Southern District of Florida, network with fellow federal practitioners, and engage in continuing legal education opportunities pertinent to their diverse practice areas.

At Carlton Fields, Drumm is a trial lawyer who represents global and national companies in mass tort and product liability litigation. A key portion of her practice is advising clients on medical causation and expert development, crafting scientific defenses in a wide array of toxic exposure cases. Drumm has also represented clients in business torts, professional malpractice, consumer arbitration, civil rights litigation, and commercial litigation. She has state and federal court litigation experience as well as first-chair federal jury trial experience.

Drumm received her J.D. from the University of Florida, and her B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Miami.

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