Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s William Um Appointed to Inner City Law Center’s Board of Directors
LOS ANGELES (December 1) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that attorney William Um was recently appointed to Inner City Law Center’s (ICLC) Board of Directors. Mr. Um will serve a three-year term.
ICLC is a nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services to the poorest and most vulnerable residents of Los Angeles. ICLC promotes access to decent, safe and fully habitable housing for the enormous number of homeless and working-poor families and individuals residing in Los Angeles' inner city neighborhoods. For more information about ICLC, please click here.
Will Um is a nationally recognized litigator who focuses his practice on complex business litigation, insurance recovery advice and related coverage litigation. Mr. Um advises and represents corporate policyholders in complex insurance coverage claims relating to a variety of matters including class actions, media liability, intellectual property disputes, data breach and privacy issues, professional services liability, directors and officers liability, and various environmental and toxic tort matters.
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