Attorney Jonathan Martone Elected Director of the Oakland County Bar Association's New Lawyer Committee
– Jonathan Martone, an attorney at Clark Hill PLC, has been elected as a Director of the Oakland County Bar Association’s (OCBA) New Lawyer Committee. The OCBA offers professional continuing legal education seminars, camaraderie, networking, and the opportunity to make a positive contribution to the legal and justice systems.
The New Lawyers Committee (NLC) is comprised of all OCBA members who have been practicing for 10 years or less. The purpose of the NLC is to conduct social and business networking programs of value and interest to committee members, raise funds and awareness for local charities, and encourage outreach and involvement within the community. To qualify as a Director of the New Lawyers Committee, a person must have demonstrated commitment and dedication to pursuing the purpose and goals of the committee.
Jonathan M. Martone is an Associate in the Litigation Practice Group of Clark Hill’s Birmingham office and concentrates his practice in commercial litigation. Jonathan is also certified by the Michigan State Court Administrative Office as a Civil Facilitated Mediator.
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