Clark Hill Attorney Zara Torosyan to Present at the Arizona Association of Defense Counsel Young Lawyers Division Spring CLE, April 5, 2018
Zara Torosyan, an Associate Attorney in Clark Hill's Phoenix office, will be presenting a session titled "2018 Rule Changes Affecting Civil Practice" at the Arizona Association of Defense Counsel [AADC] – Young Lawyers Division Spring 2018 CLE. The AADC presents useful civil litigation tactics and the Spring CLE will focus on peripheral issues directly affecting civil matters.
Zara currently serves on the AADC Board of Directors, a non-profit organization dedicated to education and awareness of the positive aspects of the legal profession. Zara’s background encompasses a wide range of civil litigation, including general insurance defense, construction-defect, complex commercial litigation, HOA disputes, municipal liability, premises liability, declaratory actions, medical malpractice defense, and contract dispute.
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