Michael A. Zeytoonian
From their press release:
Dawn Effron, former medical malpractice litigation attorney and presently an adjunct professor at New England Law Boston (formerly New England School of Law), has joined the Zeytoonian Center for Dispute Resolution as Of Counsel. The Zeytoonian Center for Dispute Resolution is a new center that offers its clients cost-effective and time-efficient alternatives to settling disputes in court. These approaches also minimize the drain on its clients’ resources and damage to their relationships and organizations.
Michael Zeytoonian (http://www.zeytooniancenter.com/) and Kathy Clark (http://www.servantlawyership.com/) are both featured speakers and Peter Munson, Chair of the Drafting Committee for the Uniform Collaborative Law Act. More below
Announcement from Global Collaborative Law Council:
The DALLAS BAR ASSOCIATION COLLABORATIVE LAW SECTION and the
GLOBAL COLLABORATIVE LAW COUNCIL Present the 5TH ANNUAL CIVIL COLLABORATIVE TRAINING September 23-24, 2009 8:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
TWO DAY CIVIL TRAINING 15 hours of Texas CLE Including 4 hours ethics, pending
- Communications coach and trainer guides individuals and organizations to improved dialogue, understanding and conflict resolution -
Dr. Cathy Heenan has joined the Zeytoonian Center for Dispute Resolution. Dr. Heenan will work with the Center’s attorneys, financial planners and other collaboratively-trained professionals to provide dispute resolution without litigation for both family law and business clients through the collaborative process and serve as a communications coach and consultant to business organizations.
The Zeytoonian Center for Dispute Resolution, a new Massachusetts center that offers alternatives to resolving disputes in court, announced today that Karen Argetsinger has joined the Center as Of Counsel.
Argetsinger is a mediator and collaborative attorney concentrating her practice in family, probate, health, employment and elder law. She also brings an interest in medical and healthcare-related cases and commitment to medical-legal partnerships to the Center.
While Collaborative Law/Collaborative Practice originally arose in the family law arena, many lawyers have realized that it is an appropriate tool in other civil cases. In Civil (non-family) cases, it is still in the early stages.
Probate, employment, medical error, and business formation and dissolution are among the most common areas where civil collaborative is the tool of choice.
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