Sponsor in the Spotlight: Tabet DiVito & Rothstein LLC

LAF is extremely grateful for the generous support Tabet DiVito & Rothstein has extended to LAF over the past few years.  Our YPB member Brian Haussmann, a partner in the commercial litigation practice at the firm, has been a driving force behind planning for Justice is Served 2015, and a key member of the YPB leadership team. B Haussmann PhotoAs you can see in the photo, Brian is always happy to roll up his sleeves and jump into any endeavor where we need ambassadors for our agency helping us spread the good word about the work our advocates at LAF are doing every day to help the most vulnerable people in our community. “I am proud to work with LAF because I know in my heart of hearts that they are performing extraordinary feats every day with limited resources for ordinary people who, without LAF, would never even get the chance to state their legal rights to their landlord, or their abusive spouse, or a court, much less to have those rights vindicated.  And I know from experience that LAF’s attorneys are some of the best.  From my interactions with LAF attorneys at CLE events to my chance encounters with (Executive Director) Diana White in the halls, I always leave gratified and energized by the extraordinary talent and presence of LAF’s staff.  This is why I’m involved.” We are just as grateful for Brian and the leadership he brings to the YPB; and of course, to Tabet DiVito & Rothstein for supporting Brian’s work on our behalf. Justice is Served 2015 will be held on April 10 at The Tortoise Club, featuring live entertainment from John Wade Jazz and a silent auction.  Tickets for the evening are $150 and can be purchased here.  All proceeds from the evening benefit LAF in its mission to provide free legal services to people living in poverty across the Chicagoland area.  Learn more about LAF at www.lafchicago.org.

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