Clark Hill Attorneys Bethany G. Stawasz and Peter J. Domas Continue Service for The Henry Ford Young Professionals Committee

Jun 26, 2013
DETROIT, MI – Clark Hill Attorneys Bethany G. Stawasz and Peter J. Domas continue their service and leadership with The Henry Ford Young Professionals Committee. Stawasz and Domas have both been instrumental in planning the committee’s next networking event, which will be held Sunday, July 21st at Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Mich. The event will feature Greenfield Village’s historic Lah-De-Dahs baseball team with a tailgate and brief presentation before the Lah-De-Dahs take the field wearing 1880s uniforms and playing by the rules of 1867. For more information, please contact Stawasz or Domas, and to purchase tickets online, click here .

The Henry Ford Young Professionals Committee provides young professionals meaningful leadership and networking opportunities all while supporting The Henry Ford through fundraising and awareness. For more information regarding the Henry Ford Young Professionals Committee please click here .

Stawasz is an associate with the Litigation Practice Group in Clark Hill’s Detroit office. Her practice is focused in commercial litigation, including contract disputes, lender liability and real estate disputes. In addition to founding The Henry Ford [Museum’s] Young Professionals Committee, Stawasz is an active member of the Polish National Alliance and the local Federal Bar Association’s New Lawyers Initiative steering committee.

Domas is an associate in Clark Hill’s Health Care Practice Group in the firm’s Birmingham office. Domas’ career is focused extensively on the issues facing the healthcare industry. Prior to entering the practice of law, he directed the Midwest’s contract compliance audit operations for a national service company whose clients include numerous national, local and government insurance providers. Peter also is a certified public accountant in the State of Michigan and a registered certified public account in the State of Illinois.