zoetic


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zo·et·ic

(zō-et'ik),
Relating to life.
[G. zōē, life]

zoetic

pertaining to life.
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Tom Trimble, a partner in Akin Gumps global energy transactions (GET) practice, led the team advising Zoetic, which included GET senior counsel Susan Dean and counsel Carl Fleming as well as intellectual property partner Karol Kepchar.
Zoetic Stage also serves as a base for emerging local playwrights, such as Miamian Christopher Demos-Brown, a national prize-winning writer whose sixth play, American Son, bowed at Barrington Stage in Massachusetts last summer.
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Miami's Zoetic Stage announced that Nicholas Richberg has been promoted to managing director.
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