John R. Darin, II to Speak at 2010 Council on Litigation Management Conference

New York, NY, January 10, 2010 --( John R. Darin, II, Attorney at Znosko & Reas, has been selected to speak at the 2010 Annual Conference of the Council on Litigation Management (CLM). Mr. Darin is slated to speak on the topic “Ethics Jeopardy Returns!.”

The conference will be one of the largest, fully inclusive defense industry conferences in 2010. It will be held March 24-26 in Ponte Vedra, Florida, will feature approximately 150 speakers and is expected to draw attendees from around the world. Registration for the conference is now open at

John R. Darin, II, a specialist in workers’ compensation law, is Board Certified by the Florida Bar and has over thirty years of litigation experience. He has handled a multitude of cases from minor workplace injuries to more complex matters involving industrial exposures, occupational diseases and death claims. In the early part of John’s career, he was a member of the legal team that reduced the workers’ compensation costs of General Motors’ Buick Division by 48% between 1979 and 1983. In addition to his trial experience, John is well-versed in handling workers’ compensation appellate matters with several published opinions to his credit.

Also Certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Circuit Court Mediator, John has mediated a number of cases to prompt and successful resolutions. John has also served as a consultant and expert witness in workers’ compensation cases over the last fifteen years.

About the Council on Litigation Management
The Council is a nonpartisan alliance of thousands of insurance companies, corporations, general counsel, risk managers, claims adjusters and attorneys. Through education and collaboration, its goals are to create a common interest in the representation by firms of companies, and to promote and further the highest standards of litigation management in pursuit of client defense. To learn more about the Council, please visit or contact Adam Potter.

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