Zeytoonian to present at Global Collaborative Law Council Conference in Tampa September 7-9

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The 13th Annual Civil Collaborative Law Conference of the Global Collaborative Law Council (GCLC) will take place in Tampa, Florida on September 7-9, 2017.   The three day conference will be hosted by the Hillsborough County Bar Association and held at their offices in Tampa.  GCLC is the largest organization dedicated to the use, training and promotion of Civil Collaborative Law (CCL) and has members from the US, Canada and several other countries.  CCL includes all practice areas other than family law.

Michael Zeytoonian, lawyer, mediator and principal of Dispute Resolution Counsel, LLC (Wellesley and Southborough) will be one of four presenters from Massachusetts.  Other Massachusetts lawyers featured at this conference include Jeffrey Fink (Wellesley), David Hoffman (Boston) and Paul Faxon (Waltham).  Zeytoonian and Faxon, who have teamed up in presentations in several U.S. cities and most recently in The Netherlands (2016), will be teaming up for a presentation entitled “Successful Resolution of Small Business Disputes”, focusing on a case study in which Collaborative Law was used in a closely-held business dispute.  Their presentation will take place on Friday afternoon, September 8.

David Hoffman will be presenting along with attorney Larry Maxwell of Dallas, Texas on September 8 on the use of Mediators in Collaborative Law cases.  Jeffrey Fink’s presentation on September 9 is called “Beyond Informed Consent: Real-World Ethics for Civil Collaborative Lawyers”.  This year’s GCLC Civil Collaborative Law Conference features 17 trainers and presenters including several leading experts and practitioners in CCL from all around the US.

The GCLC Conference features one full day (Sept. 7) of basic training in Collaborative Law applied to business, employment, probate and other non-divorce disputes, followed by a two day conference that offers a variety of advanced training topics.

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