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Kaye Scholer is Recipient of the United Cerebral Palsy's Distinguished Service Award for 200…

September 28, 2007

United Cerebral Palsy ("UCP"), one of the largest health charities in the world, is honoring Kerry Scanlon, Partner in Washington, DC and Chair of the Firm's Equal Rights Litigation and Compliance Group, with UCP's Distinguished Service Award for 2007 for the Firm's pro bono efforts on behalf of UCP. Mr. Scanlon and Kaye Scholer are commended for their "outstanding commitment and dedication to UCP over the past several years, which has enabled UCP to successfully pursue its mission of advancing the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with disabilities."

The award will be presented on October 4, 2007 at a gala event at the Willard Hotel in Washington, DC, chaired by actor William H. Macy and featuring actress Cheryl Hines. Deutsche Bank Alex. Brown, Intelsat, Deloitte and Allstate Insurance Company are among the Host and Chair committees.

Thanks to Kerry Scanlon and David Bickart, both Partners in the Washington, DC office, Greg Wallance, Partner in the New York office, John Rynkiewicz, Counsel in the Washington, DC office, Manuel Kushner and Mark Brown, both Counsel in the West Palm Beach office, and Melissa Burton, Secretary in the Washington, DC office.

 

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