Maral Kilejian Named to the Forum on Franchising Diversity Caucus Steering Committee
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Maral Kilejian Named to the Forum on Franchising Diversity Caucus Steering Committee

Dallas, TX, - August 15, 2013 - (PR.com) - Mullin Law, PC, a premier commercial law firm nationally recognized in the area of franchise law, congratulates Maral Kilejian on her recent appointment to the six-member Steering Committee of the American Bar Association (ABA) Forum on Franchising Diversity Caucus.

The mission of the Forum on Franchising is “to be the preeminent forum to study and discuss the legal aspects of franchising.” The Diversity Caucus’s mission, in turn, is “to develop and implement initiatives to support the Forum’s diversity goals of (1) increasing the number of diverse members in the Forum; (2) growing the representation of diverse members in the Forum’s divisions and committees; (3) continuing to develop a strong base of diverse writers and speakers for the Forum; and (4) creating a growing pool of diverse members ready to assume leadership positions in the Forum.”

Kilejian was recently named as a shareholder in the firm. “Maral has demonstrated a strong commitment to our franchise group practice,” said Cheryl Mullin, founder of Mullin Law PC, “and I am confident she will be a strong advocate in advancing the committee’s goals.”

About Mullin Law, PC

Mullin Law, PC is a Dallas-based, full service commercial law firm that is nationally recognized in the area of franchise and distribution law. The firm represents clients throughout the United States areas ranging from franchising to employment law, copyright/trademark law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate litigation, as well as dispute resolution. To learn more about Mullin Law, please contact www.mullinlawpc.com.

SOURCE: Mullin Law, PC

Contacts:

Mullin Law, P.C.

Cheryl Mullin
972-852-1703
mullinlawpc.com

Stephanie Russ
stephanie.russ@mullinlawpc.com

Maral Kilejian
maral.kilejian@mullinlawpc.com

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