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Paul B. Zuydhoek, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1969. Member American Bar Association (litigation section), New York State Bar Association (trial lawyers section), Erie County Bar Association (board directors, treasurer 1992-1993), Erie County Bar Foundation (board directors 1990-1991).

Background

Zuydhoek, Paul B. was born in 1943 in Rahway, New Jersey, United States.

Education

Kenyon College (Bachelor of Arts, 1965). Fordham University (Juris Doctor, 1968).

Career

Worked at Phillips, Lytle, Hitchcock, Blaine & Huber (Buffalo, NY) specializing in General Practice. Corporations, Litigation, Trust and Estates, Tax, Labor Relations, Real Estate, Banking, Commercial, Municipal Finance, Bankruptcy Reorganization, Antitrust, Products Liability, Insurance Coverage, Immigration, Customs, Environmental and Energy Law. Admitted to the bar, 1969, New York.

Author: "Litigation Against a Pro Se Plaintiff," Litigation, Volume 15, No. 4. Member, 1979-1992 and President, 1983-1986, Board of Directors, Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo, Inc. Member, Board of Directors, Erie County Bar Foundation, 1990-1991, 1993—.

Member, Board of Directors and Treasurer (1992-1993), Erie County Bar Association, 1991-1993. Member: Trial Lawyers Section, Lecturer, New York State Bar Association. Litigation Section, American Bar Association.

Founded in 1834 in Buffalo as the law office of Orsamus H. Marshall, Phillips, Lytle counts among its former partners several prominent individuals including President Grover Cleveland. Through its expansion into several offices and the development of new practice areas, the Firm has grown into a position of prominence in the northeastern United States and the province of Ontario.

Membership

Member, 1979-1992 and President, 1983-1986, Board of Directors, Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo, Inc. Member, Board of Directors, Erie County Bar Foundation, 1990-1991, 1993—. Member, Board of Directors and Treasurer (1992-1993), Erie County Bar Association, 1991-1993.

Member: Trial Lawyers Section, Lecturer, New York State Bar Association. Litigation Section, American Bar Association.