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Julian Zebot Named Lead Co-chair for One Hour of Sharing Associates' Campaign and to Board of Fund for the Legal Aid Society

September 17, 2009

Julian Zebot, member of Maslon's Litigation Practice Group, was recently named Lead Co-Chair of the Fund for the Legal Aid Society's One Hour of Sharing Associates' Campaign. Last year the Associates' Campaign raised over $106,000 from Hennepin County law firm associates and associate in-house counsel in support of the Fund, which constitutes a major source of funding for Mid-Minnesota Legal Assistance. As Lead Co-Chair, he has also been appointed as a board member of the Fund for the Legal Aid Society and will be participating as a member of the board's executive committee.

Zebot's practice is focused on litigating disputes involving closely held corporations, LLCs, and partnerships, breach of contract cases, business torts, class actions, and other complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts, as well as arbitration proceedings. Zebot has been named a "Rising Star" by Minnesota Law & Politics. He is a tireless volunteer for Legal Access Point Clinic, Hennepin County and Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota, Pro Bono Naturalization Program, as well as the Fund for the Legal Aid Society.


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