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Congrats to CMCP Member Meyers Nave Sr. Associate Eric Casher, Receives Distinguished Alumni Award

Monday, April 20, 2015   (0 Comments)
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Senior Associate Eric Casher Receives
Distinguished Alumni Award


April 20, 2015 , Meyers Nave

OAKLAND – Meyers Nave proudly congratulates Senior Associate Eric Casher for receiving the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Black Law Students Association of UC Hastings College of the Law. At the Black Lawyer's Appreciation Celebration on April 9, 2015, Eric was honored for his contributions to the legal profession and throughout the community.

Eric’s leadership has also been recognized by the Charles Houston Bar Association from which he recently received the President’s Award. Eric’s involvement in the CHBA includes serving as the organization’s General Counsel in 2013 and currently serving as its Vice President. He received the President’s Award in recognition of his dedication to CHBA, commitment to its mission and contributions to the greater good of society in immeasurable ways.

We congratulate Eric on these well-deserved awards.

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About Meyers Nave: Founded in 1986, Meyers Nave continues to expand throughout California with more than 80 attorneys in six offices providing a comprehensive range of legal and regulatory services to public entities and private businesses across the state. In 2014, Law360 named Meyers Nave a "California Powerhouse” – "one of the leading firms for local governments and public agencies throughout the state as well as private clients focused on complex, public-facing transportation and development projects.”

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