Clark Hill Government Affairs Director John Van Fossen to Present at WWJ’s Unwired Coffee Series Event “How Your Votes Affect Michigan"
Clark Hill’s John Van Fossen will
participate as a panelist at WWJ’s Unwired Coffee Series event “How Your Votes Affect Michigan”.
WWJ Newsradio 950 Technology Editor Matt Roush will host the event Thursday, November 20
to discuss the impact of our votes from the 2008 election.
John Van Fossen
joined Clark Hill PLC as Director of Governmental Affairs in June 2007 and manages the firm’s government and public affairs group. He serves as a lobbyist in
, D.C representing clients including aerospace manufacturers, hospitals, non-profits and life sciences-based organizations.
Van Fossen previously served as Director of Public Affairs for the Van Andel Institute, a private cancer research institute in
. Prior to joining the Van Andel Institute in 2004, Van Fossen served as Chief of Staff to Congressman Pete Hoekstra, (R-MI).
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Clark Hill Adds Richard Tye and Matthew Lovell to Tax & Estate Planning Practice in San Antonio
Their practice will focus on comprehensive estate, tax, and business planning strategies constructed to maximize wealth accumulation for clients and their future generations.
EEOC Issues New LGBTQ+ Resources
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is observing LGBTQ+ Pride Month, and the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, by releasing new resources to educate employers about the rights of applicants and workers to be free from sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination.