Wargo French was proud to be honored as a nominee for the Supplier of the Year – Class II Award at the 2017 Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC) Spirit of Alliance Awards Dinner.
Wargo French is proud to be a sponsor of the Wendy’s Frosty 5K. This event will be held on Sunday, August 13, 2017, in Columbus, OH, and raises funds and awareness for the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption is a national nonprofit public charity dedicated exclusively to finding permanent homes for the more than 130,000 children waiting in North America's foster care systems.
Wargo French was recognized at the Florida Association for Women Lawyers (“FAWL”) Miami-Dade Chapter’s Annual Installation and Awards Dinner with a Friends of FAWL award for its continued support of the organization and sponsorship of MDFAWL events, including its Title Sponsorship of the FAWL Judicial Reception. MDFAWL is dedicated to the advancement of women lawyers and the promotion of women’s rights.
Wargo French is pleased to announce that it has been selected as a Member of the National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (“NAMWOLF”). NAMWOLF is a nonprofit trade association comprised of minority and women-owned law firms in the United States. NAMWOLF assists its Law Firm Members in developing strategic alliances, coalitions, and affiliations with corporations, in-house counsel, and other legal trade associations.
On Thursday, April 27, 2017, Wargo French’s Miami office participated in the Mercedes-Benz Corporate Run at Bayfront Park, which drew nearly 850 South Florida companies this year. The annual event, produced by TeamFootWorks, is an initiative to foster corporate health and wellness and camaraderie in the workplace with proceeds benefiting local charities.
Wargo French’s Ray Tittmann and Ed Valdespino won summary judgment for their client First Mercury Insurance Company, in a ruling by Judge Koh that First Mercury is entitled to share the defense with Great Divide Insurance Company despite the “primary and non-contributory” language in First Mercury’s policy. The ruling was picked up by Law360.