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Councilman John Akouri, former Washington, DC Press Secretary & Capitol Hill Advisor, is President & CEO of the Lebanese American Chamber of Commerce.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Jeffrey Lance Abood Named General Counsel of the Lebanese American Chamber of Commerce

BIRMINGHAM, MI/USA - The Lebanese American Chamber of Commerce today announced the appointment of Lebanese American Attorney Jeffrey Lance Abood, Esq., to the position of General Counsel for the non-profit national organization.
"Jeffrey possesses an immeasurable quality of analytical abilities and the decision on the part of our Advisory Board of Directors to name him as General Counsel builds on our mission to recruit the most talented professionals within the Lebanese Chamber," said President & CEO John Akouri. "Jeffrey has deep and proven experience in both business and non-profit law and his breadth of knowledge and experience will be a key advantage for our organization as we continue to grow the Lebanese Chamber nationally.”
Bred from a pedigree of proven lawyers, Jeffrey grew up in Missouri and attended Missouri Southern State University. Halfway through his undergraduate education, Jeffrey moved to Michigan to pursue his true calling of becoming a lawyer and practice law in Michigan. Jeffrey graduated Summa Cum Laude from Wayne State University and earned his law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Jeffrey currently sits on the Criminal Justice Advisory Board of Wayne State University. Based out of Oakland County, he practices in the area of criminal defense, commercial transactions and litigation, divorce, civil litigation and handles cases before the Michigan Liquor Control Commission and Michigan Lottery Bureau.

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