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The Atlanta International Arbitration Society (AtlAS) has named veteran business litigator Brent Clinkscale to its Board of Directors and Executive Committee. AtlAS is a non-profit created to raise Atlanta’s stature and position as a venue for international arbitrations and to nurture the growth of an international arbitration community in the southeastern United States.
“The business communities in the Southeast are so tightly entwined with the global market that international arbitration has become an invaluable tool across the region,” Clinkscale said. “AtlAS is doing a wonderful job promoting the international arbitration resources available in Atlanta which will benefit the entire Southeastern United States so it is a real honor to be involved.”
AtlAS President Brian White said the organization is pleased to welcome Brent to its board and to its executive committee.
“The stakeholders in AtlAS are a dedicated group of lawyers and others from private practice, corporate legal departments, law schools, the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, and important arbitration and mediation institutions,” he said. “We look forward to working with Brent as AtlAS continues to grow and to partner with representatives of the arbitration community throughout the southeastern United States and beyond.”
Brent’s term on the board began this month and his executive committee tenure will begin this spring.
Brent Clinkscale is a veteran business litigator in both trials and arbitrations and has tried numerous cases in both federal and state courts. His concentration is in business litigation, including both domestic and international arbitrations. He also has experience in the defense of complex business matters, including class actions.