Jack White (JD '03) Named to Civilian Panel to Review Fort Hood
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumnus Jack White (JD '03) has been named to a five-person civilian panel to independently review the command climate at Fort Hood. The announcement regarding the review panel was made by Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy. White is a partner at FH+H Law Service, where he counsels companies, boards of directors, municipalities, and a variety of individual and corporate clients on a wide array of matters, including corporate structuring, governance, and business transactions, litigation for Indian Tribes, employment matters, civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and ordinances, and individual rights under both the federal and state constitutions.
Excerpt from the KCEN News announcement:
The panel will review historical data and conduct interviews with military members, civilians and members of the local community. McCarthy said the panel will be assisted by a brigadier general and a staff for administrative, logistical and media support.
"The Army is committed to taking care of our Soldiers, civilians, families, and Soldiers for life, and this independent review will explore the current command climate and culture at Fort Hood," McCarthy said.
The panel members are Chris Swecker, Jonathan Harmon, Carrie Ricci, Queta Rodriguez and Jack White.
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