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Wayne Moskowitz Featured in Minnesota Lawyer Article on the Benefits of Meditation for Lawyers and Other Professionals
March 18, 2016

Wayne Moskowitz, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and president of the board of directors for the Minnesota Zen Meditation Center (MZMC), is quoted in a March 17, 2016 Minnesota Lawyer article titled, "Meditation workshop could carry valuable lessons for lawyers." The article discusses the intense, competitive nature of legal practice and the impact that can have on lawyers both personally and professionally, highlighting a one-day workshop being offered by the MZMC to help people working in a corporate setting develop emotional intelligence based on mindfulness. The workshop, sponsored by Maslon, is titled "Eight Mindfulness Practices for Effective Leadership" and will be led by Norman Fischer, founding designer of Google's successful Search Inside Yourself Program.

Wayne shares in the article, "The skills you learn from meditation can be really good for lawyers." He adds, "the principles in meditation don't exist to help practitioners escape from stressful settings, but rather to be in them in a more healthy way."

To read the full article online, go to: Minnesota Lawyer "Meditation workshop could carry valuable lessons for lawyers."

Wayne Moskowitz has more than twenty-five years' experience handling all aspects of complex business litigation, including business torts, contract disputes, and partnership and shareholder disputes. For the past twenty years, Wayne has been representing employers and employees in covenant-not-to-compete and trade secret litigation across the nation. He has served on the board of directors for the Minnesota Zen Meditation Center since 2014 and is currently President.












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