Megan Benevento and Steven Vinick guests of Harvard Business School Club

in Civil Litigation June 14th, 2018

On June 13th Joseph, Greenwald & Laake associate Megan Benevento and partner Steven Vinick attended the 3rd annual Harvard Business School Club of Washington D.C.’s Leadership Gala as guests of the Club. Club CEO and President, Antonio Alves extended the invitation to Megan and Steven because of their commitment to providing high-quality legal services to the club.

The club is a volunteer-led alumni group centered in Washington, D.C. that is proud to grant scholarship opportunities to non-profit CEOs to provide them with the opportunity to further their studies at the Harvard Business School. The annual Gala honors scholarship recipients, as well as the achievements of club members. This year’s event was attended by many notable alumni, including U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. Lamborghini was also among the sponsors of the Gala, and provided some of their most recent models for show.

Megan Benevento is a committed civil litigator and advocate. She has years of experience defending the rights of children, parents, and others whose rights have been violated. Megan specializes in vindicating the rights of children who have been abused. She also actively practices in the firm’s Complex Civil Litigation and Class Action practice groups.

Steven Vinick is a principal in JGL’s Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice and Civil Litigation practice groups. He has more than two decades of experience representing clients who have been mistreated in the medical system. He has also represented victims of police brutality; most notably, Steven won an $11.5 million verdict for a client whose father was unjustly shot and killed by police officers.

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