Taft Kentucky attorneys Bob McBride and Amanda Johnson will participate in, “Bridging the Gap: A Cross-Generation Panel Discussion,” an hour-long CLE presented by The NKBA Gateway Committee and sponsored by Taft on June 24 at The Metropolitan Club. McBride will serve as a panelist and Johnson will moderate the open discussion examining the professional differences across the Boomer generation and the Millennial generation, as well as insight from someone in between.
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McBride, partner-in-charge of Taft’s Northern Kentucky office, is a seasoned trial attorney, experienced in investigating and litigating a wide variety of criminal matters. As lead attorney, McBride litigated cases involving complex financial frauds, money laundering, federal tax violations, healthcare fraud, national security matters, violations of the Export Control Act, immigration and human trafficking crimes, and public corruption.
Johnson is a member of the Corporate Compliance and White Collar Criminal Defense practice group. She has in-depth litigation experience in federal and state courts in Kentucky and Ohio, serving individuals and businesses of all sizes in complex white-collar criminal cases, corporate compliance matters, and conducting internal investigations. Amanda is also experienced in representing individuals before administrative bodies and professional licensing boards.