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BY: Joseph H. Bourgon | IN: Firm News
Plaintiff’s lawyers, defense counsel, and members of the bench recently stepped out of the courtroom and up to the plate at a fundraiser to support Cass Community Social Services.
On August 18, 2018, Sommers Schwartz attorneys Andy Dragovic, Mickey McCullough, Parker Stinar, Matthew Turner, and Kenneth Watkins participated in the 2nd Annual Motion to Strike – Plaintiff vs. Defense softball game, held this year at Inglenook Park in Southfield.
Cass Community Social Services is a Detroit-based agency dedicated to providing food, housing, health services, and job programs. Sommers Schwartz has a special relationship with the organization – Robert Sickels currently sits on the Board of Directors and Steve Swanson is the former Chairman of the Board.
“It was a fun day for a great cause,” said Parker Stinar, co-founder and co-organizer of the event, which debuted in 2017. “Cass Community Social Services does important work in our area and we are proud to support their mission with money raised from the Motion to Strike game.” He and Grace Dersa of U.S. Legal Support are pictured above with a check payable to the non-profit agency.
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