Experienced Washington D.C. Lawyer, Brian F. Cimbolic Joins Leading Website for Mediation Attorneys and Mediators

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Attorney Brian F. Cimbolic has joined the network of mediators on Mediation.com. Cimbolic’s commitment to mediation and the value of the approach for clients motivated his membership in this national team of attorneys using alternative means of dispute resolution.

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Krooth & Altman LLP specializes in multifamily real estate, health care capital financing and related banking activities.

I find that alternative dispute resolution has incredible potential for clients, allowing them to resolve issues outside traditional forums in a more expedient way. - Brian F. Cimbolic

Attorney Brian F. Cimbolic is among the latest seasoned attorneys joining the national network of lawyers on Mediation.com. The site is a collective of lawyers committed to the opportunities available in alternative dispute resolution for their clients. Receiving his Bachelor’s degree from The Catholic University of America in 2004, Cimbolic earned his J.D. from the American University, Washington College of Law in 2007.

Cimbolic believes that affiliating with Mediation.com will allow him to be more visible to potential clients who are looking online for a professional to represent them in employment disputes or mediations. With a directory of mediation attorneys and mediators from every specialty, in every state, Mediation.com aims to make mediation easier for anyone looking for an alternative dispute resolution.

Cimbolic is currently an associate working in Krooth & Altman’s Litigation and Risk Management Group (http://www.krooth.com). His work focuses on administrative appeals, employment and general corporate litigation, commercial real estate and construction. His experience extends across the board with developers, holding companies, public housing authorities, non-profit organizations, institutional lenders, banks and entrepreneurs. He has represented clients in multiple appeals of administrative actions taken by federal agencies as well as clients in multi-million dollar loan and construction disputes around the nation.

With Cimbolic’s extensive background in assisting clients through employment disputes and mediations, he finds that alternative dispute resolution has incredible potential for clients, allowing them to resolve issues outside traditional forums in a more expedient way.

Before joining Krooth & Altman, Cimbolic served as a law clerk at the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland. He holds bar admissions in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia and court admissions at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia,and the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.

His publications include work in IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review and his association memberships include the American Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, and the Virginia State Bar.

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