Diamond McCarthy Partner Sofia Adrogué, Editor of ALM’s Texas Business Litigation, recently chaired and moderated “The Art of Business Litigation: A Conversation (Business & Ethics) and CLE” on Wednesday, March 4, 2020.
Part of the eDiscovery Speaker Series by Driven Inc., the 2.5 hour CLE, was held at Morton’s The Steakhouse in Houston, Texas and was produced in cooperation with Diamond McCarthy LLP, Driven Inc., ALM and Texas Lawyer, as well as the University of Houston Law Center.
Moderating alongside Co-Editor Hon. Caroline Baker, Senior Retired District Judge, Sofia was joined by four additional contributing authors, Charles “Chad” Everingham IV, David Gerger, Marie Yeates and John Zavitsanos.
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About Sofia Adrogué
A native of Argentina and counsel of 25 plus years, Sofia is a trial partner with Diamond McCarthy LLP, a national business litigation and insolvency boutique. She represents clients in all industries, ranging from entrepreneurs to multinational conglomerates with worldwide business holdings. She serves as an advocate and a facilitator, resolving a litany of issues for diverse parties. Having handled matters arising in Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Puerto Rico, and Texas, among other venues, she has obtained favorable judgments and settlements on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants in U.S. state and federal courts and in ADR proceedings. She is a frequent CLE Speaker and/or Chair (over 125) and publisher (over 120). She envisioned and created the Texas Business Litigation treatise (ALM 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2019), now in its 4th Edition, serves as its Editor, and is the Chair of the Texas Business Litigation CLEs. Adrogué has been profiled by many publications, including Texas Lawyer (one of Texas’ Top “40 Under 40”), Texas Monthly and Law & Politics Magazine (“Texas Super Lawyer”), Latino Leaders Magazine (“The Justice Professionals,” “Top Latino Partners in the U.S.,” “The 25 Most Influential Hispanic Lawyers,” “Top Latino Lawyers,” and “Most Powerful Women in Law”), and Houston Woman Magazine. She serves as the Co-Host & Co-Producer of Latina Voices—Smart Talk. She is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Owner/President Management Program, an alumna of the Harvard Business School, and received her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif and Barons, and her B.A. from Rice University, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, both on full academic scholarships.