WILLIAMSBURG, VA.—Womble Carlyle was well represented at the 2017 Professional Services Council (PSC) Annual Conference.
Attorneys Jeff Cohen, Gary Nunes, Dean Rutley and Andy Tucker and Director of Client Service Cameron Hunt attended the conference, which drew hundreds of top leaders from the government technology and professional services industries. Sessions included such topics as cybersecurity, the 2017-18 federal budget, insider threats, international business and the first 100 days of the Trump Administration.
Admiral Phil Davidson, Commander of the U.S. Fleet Forces, delivered the opening keynote address. Marcel Lettre, former Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, provided the lunchtime keynote.
Other speakers included officials from the Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.
The PSC Annual Conference took place April 23-25 in Williamsburg.
Jeff Cohen advises technology companies, government contractors and clients across a variety of other industries with mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and private equity financings, securities regulation, joint ventures, corporate governance and general corporate matters. He practices in Womble Carlyle’s Northern Virginia office
Gary Nunes is an experienced trial attorney who has more than 25 years’ experience in complex commercial litigation and white collar criminal defense matters. In particular, he represents clients including (but not limited to) government contractors, tech companies and manufacturers in breach of contract, fraud, business torts, shareholder disputes and trademark, patent and copyright infringement matters. Nunes is the Managing Partner of Womble Carlyle’s Northern Virginia Office.
Dean Rutley has 30 years of experience representing companies in a wide range of corporate, transactional, and securities matters. Rutley’s practice is concentrated on emerging growth and mid-market companies (both public and private) with regard to a variety of domestic and international business transactions. He practices in Womble Carlyle’s Northern Virginia office.
Andy Tucker’s corporate and securities experience includes representation of issuers and underwriters in public offerings, ongoing securities compliance and capital markets transactions. His clients also include venture capitalists, emerging companies and private equity funds. Tucker practices in Womble Carlyle’s Washington, D.C. office.
Cameron Hunt is Director of Client Service in Womble Carlyle’s Northern Virginia office, leading internal and external relationship development strategies for the office’s attorneys and their clients. Prior to joining Womble Carlyle, Hunt spent 10 years managing sales, marketing, and business development for multiple financial service organizations, including asset-based lenders and e-commerce providers.