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Jeff Truitt Speaks on Non-International Armed Conflict

June 23, 2015

Raleigh, N.C. – Smith Anderson partner and Navy Captain Jeff Truitt presented and served as a panelist at a workshop on Non-International Armed Conflict (NIAC) at the International Institute of Humanitarian Law in San Remo, Italy on May 26-28, 2015. Jeff’s presentations discussed complex international humanitarian law and international human rights law issues pertinent to the legal regime applicable to NIACs, and the impact this uncertainty has on the operations of military, government and non-government organizations. The workshop was attended by international lawyers from five continents, including senior military legal officers, leading academics, and representatives of various United Nation agencies.

About Jeff Truitt

Jeff Truitt is the co-head of the International Practice Group at Smith Anderson, and a drilling Navy reservist for the United States Naval War College. His corporate practice includes international law, mergers and acquisitions, commercial and finance transactions, start-ups, energy and renewable energy, and government contracting, often with a cross-border dimension. Jeff also counsels companies on myriad corporate governance and compliance matters, including international trade issues. For more information on Jeff, please visit his bio.

About Smith Anderson

Founded in 1912, Smith Anderson has grown to become the largest business and litigation law firm headquartered in the Research Triangle region and one of the largest in North Carolina. We provide a full range of legal services to a diverse and dynamic group of regional, national and international companies. Over one hundred years of practicing law has grounded our Firm’s culture, informed our perspective and provided us the insight necessary to help our clients succeed. Over time, our core principles have remained unchanged. We remain personally dedicated to the success, prosperity and betterment of our clients, our friends and the communities we serve. For more information, please visit www.SmithLaw.com.

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