Who Gives Advice to Lawyers? David Shaiken, Esq. Featured Speaker at the 2011 Connecticut Bar Association Annual Meeting

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Panel to Discuss the Latest Developments and Significant Court Rulings in Commercial and Bankruptcy Law

Attorney David Shaiken, a leading authority on commercial and bankruptcy law in Connecticut, will speak at the 2011 Connecticut Bar Association Annual Meeting

Speaking at the CBA Annual Meeting is an opportunity for me to apply my experience to help lawyers stay on top of their game and consider today’s problems based on the most recent court decisions.

Hundreds of lawyers will gather in Hartford on June 23 for the 2011 CBA Annual Meeting. It is a premier event offering seminars and presentations for members to keep up on the latest developments in the law and advance their professional practices. Among the featured speakers is Attorney David Shaiken, a leading authority on commercial and bankruptcy law in Connecticut. Mr. Shaiken will join a panel discussion to review significant recent court rulings and trends in commercial litigation, business bankruptcy and consumer bankruptcy.

Mr. Shaiken is chairman of the CBA Small Firm Practice Management Section, a 22-year member of the CBA Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section executive committee and past chair of the CBA Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section. He has had a distinguished career as a creditors’ rights and bankruptcy lawyer in Connecticut and has been in the private practice of law for more than 20 years. In addition to being a practicing attorney, he is the principal of Shaiken Consulting LLC, an executive coaching firm that works with individual lawyers and law firms on practice management solutions.

“The legal landscape is always changing, which makes the practice of law complex,” says Mr. Shaiken. “Staying current with the latest rulings and emerging trends is essential. During my career, I’ve solved complex bankruptcy, commercial and regulatory litigation problems for entrepreneurs and other business owners, in state and federal courts, at state agencies, and in mediation and arbitration. Speaking at the CBA Annual Meeting is an opportunity for me to apply my experience to help lawyers stay on top of their game and consider today’s problems based on the most recent court decisions.”

In addition to his consulting and law practices, Mr. Shaiken is a frequent speaker, a law blogger and an Adjunct Lecturer in Law at the University of Connecticut School of Law. He also serves as an arbitrator on the American Arbitration Association’s National Roster of Commercial Arbitrators. He has written many articles on bankruptcy, commercial law and arbitration, and serves as a mediator and corporate meeting facilitator.

Mr. Shaiken serves as a resource to other attorneys, and to the media for articles and interviews dealing with commercial and bankruptcy law, small law firm practice management, mediation and arbitration. For more information, visit http://www.DavidShaiken.com or http://www.ShaikenConsulting.com, or call (860) 288-2420.

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