Clark Hill Attorney Frederick W. Hoffman Re-Elected to Metropolitan Affairs Coalition Board of Directors
Detroit, MI – Frederick W. Hoffman, who is Of Counsel in Clark Hill's Detroit office, was re-elected to the board of directors of the Metropolitan Affairs Coalition (MAC), the Detroit region's leading business, labor and government consortium.
Hoffman has long been involved with MAC in his prior roles with Chrysler and state government. He is now Clark Hill's liaison to the organization, which is chaired by Congresswoman-Elect Debbie Dingell.
Others elected or re-elected to the board this week include Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel, UAW President Dennis Williams, state AFL-CIO President Karla Swift, UM-Dearborn Chancellor Dan Little, Ford's Charley Pryde and representatives of a number of other local businesses and labor unions.
Hoffman is a member of the Government Affairs practice group and the firm's automotive and manufacturing, and international groups. He also serves as Honorary Consul for the Federal Republic of Germany, providing consular services at Clark Hill's Detroit's office.
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