Clark Hill Recognized as BOMA/Metro Detroit’s Service Provider of the Year
December 1, 2017
DETROIT, MI – Clark Hill PLC was recognized as BOMA/Metro Detroit’s Service Provider of the Year for 2017. The award honors a member that provides extraordinary services to the commercial real estate industry. BOMA cited Clark Hill’s professionalism and its high value legal services to its clients in particular, and the commercial real estate industry in general, as well as its contributions to various civic and community affairs.
“Clark Hill is a member of a number of professional trade organizations and support their communities through Clark Hill Cares, participating in community efforts through organized volunteer programs, pro-bono legal services, and service to the nonprofit community,” said BOMA President Brian Salliotte.
The award was accepted at the BOMA Awards Banquet by Clark Hill’s Paul Magy, Immediate Past President of BOMA, a Member in the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group, resident in the firm’s Birmingham, Michigan office and who remains very active in BOMA’s Government Affairs working with the BOMA Owners Council.
Clark Hill PLC provides distinctive solutions to a diverse range of businesses, public entities and individuals both nationally and internationally. Our talented attorneys and professionals use deep industry, policy and technical knowledge to provide innovative solutions to complex issues. Client’s objectives always set the agenda and together we collaborate on strategies, put up defenses, cut through obstacles and connect to business opportunities to get the best results possible. Our purpose is clear, to provide the best client service and guide clients to paths that generate growth and success. For more information, visit www.clarkhill.com.
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