Clark Hill Automotive Group Welcomes Congressman Gary Peters to their Detroit Office
– Clark Hill’s Automotive Group hosted U.S. Congressman Gary Peters Monday, May 6, at the firm’s Detroit office for an interactive dialog on auto, transportation, manufacturing and other issues. Individuals from automotive companies, associations and manufacturing attended the forum, and were encouraged to submit questions to Congressman Peters at the conclusion of his remarks.
Peters, who represents a district that includes Detroit and northern suburbs, co-chairs the bi-partisan Auto Caucus, with legislators from 23 states. In addition to Clark Hill attorneys, a number of clients and special guests attended the forum and casual lunch that followed. Peters extended his visit while at Clark Hill, telling Auto Practice Co-Chairs Linda Watson, Dan Dulworth, John Hensien and Bill Kohler how much he enjoyed the event.
Clark Hill Of Counsel Attorney Fred Hoffman, a friend of Congressman Peters, chaired the event.
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