Haight Brown & Bonesteel's Victor R. Anderson Elected to FDCC Board

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Victor R. Anderson


Haight Brown & Bonesteel LLP, a full-service law firm, is pleased to announce the election of Partner Victor R. Anderson, III to The Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel’s (FDCC) Board of Directors.

Anderson’s election to the Board is historic on two fronts—one, this was Anderson’s first nomination, which is rare for first-time nominees to be elected to the Board, and he now holds the distinction of being the first African American Director in the organization’s 75-year history.

“The fellowship of the FDCC members and the organization’s mission of ensuring a balanced justice system have played important roles in the success of my insurance practice.  I am honored by the support of my peers and I look forward to continuing my service with the organization,” said Anderson.

Anderson was admitted to the FDCC in 2006 and during the past 10 years has been actively involved in the organization serving on the Admissions Committee, Nomination Committee, Litigation Management College Faculty, Deposition Boot Camp Faculty and as Vice Chairman.

As a member of the Risk Management & Insurance Law and Product Liability practice groups at Haight, Brown and Bonesteel, Anderson focuses primarily on cases involving bad faith insurance and related matters.  In addition to his Board election, Anderson was appointed Conference Chair for the 2019 FDCC Conference in Austin, Texas.


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