Matthew A. Vigunas Appointed Member-in-Charge of Clark Hill’s Princeton Office
PHILADELPHIA, PA- On Tuesday July 31st, Lauri A. Kavulich, Member-in-Charge of Clark Hill’s Princeton and Philadelphia office, announced Matthew A.Vigunas has been appointed to Member-in-Charge of the Princeton office.
Kavulich stated, “We are pleased to announce that the Executive Committee has asked Matt Vigunas to assume the role of Member in Charge of the Princeton office, and he has graciously accepted. Having a member in charge on the ground on Princeton will be beneficial to the growth of the office. Matt will assume all duties of the Member in Charge in the Princeton office effective immediately. “
Vigunas expressed his excitement stating, “Thank you Lauri for leading the Clark Hill Princeton office for the last year and a half. I look forward to building on your thoughtful leadership during that time as we endeavor to continue to grow the Princeton office and take it to new heights. Such endeavor will continue to be a team effort, and I look forward to receiving input from everyone on how best to achieve our goals for the Princeton office and the regional growth and activities of Clark Hill as we move forward. I am very excited for the future of the Princeton office!”
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