Broadcasters and radio listeners have become familiar with Amber Alerts, which warn the public that a child is missing and presumed to be in danger, and Silver Alerts, which raise alarms about missing, endangered senior citizens.
Womble Bond Dickinson Communications, Technology and Media lawyers Marty Stern, John Garziglia, Rebecca Jacobs Goldman and Mark Palchick and Marketing Manager Angela Long represented the firm at the 31st Annual Federal Communications Bar Association Chairman’s Dinner.
On Friday, Dec. 8, the Tysons office held a festive happy hour to celebrate the season. The event included an optional Secret Santa game that involved a variety of fun gifts ranging from aromatic candles, a painting by a local artist to a certificate to an Amazon Echo dot.
Paul’s Place began as a soup kitchen in the basement of a Southwest Baltimore church 30 years ago. It has expanded into a community outreach center and is a catalyst and leader for change, improving the quality of life in the Southwest Baltimore communities
In addition to building a successful tax credit financing practice, Womble Bond Dickinson’s Anna Short-Slightom has established herself as one of the firm’s go-to lawyers for community service. Now, the firm’s Raleigh and Research Triangle Park offices have honored Short-Slightom as the 2017 recipient of the Don Donadio Community Service Award.