TYSONS CORNER, VA.—Womble Carlyle and Northern Virginia’s government contracting community dealt a winning hand for wounded military veterans.
The firm’s Northern Virginia office hosted a Second Annual Casino Night to benefit Boulder Crest Retreat on Thursday, October 6. Other sponsors included Bluestone Capital Partners, BNY Mellon Wealth Management, Cushman & Wakefield and Patrick Grey. Attendees included representatives of the region’s government contracting industry and other business leaders.
Boulder Crest Retreat is the first privately-funded rural wellness center dedicated exclusively to our nation’s combat veterans and their families.
Jeff Cohen, an M&A and Private Equity Partner with Womble Carlyle served as a co-host of the event along with Greg Van Beuren (Bluestone Capital Partners), Ben Rodgers (BNY Mellon Wealth Management), Jude Collins (Cushman & Wakefield) and Patrick Gray (Heidrick & Struggles).
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Womble Carlyle is a 530-attorney law firm that corporate clients rely on to provide core legal services, such as Complex Business Litigation, Mass Torts, Intellectual Property, Corporate & Securities, Finance and Real Estate.
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