Contrail purchases commercial aircraft and engines in North America, Europe, Asia and other parts of the world. While Boardman & Clark serves as our outside counsel, we consider them an integral part of our business team.
Client service is at the heart of everything that we do. We would like to take this opportunity to share the stories of clients we have had the privilege of representing.
Check back in the weeks and months to come as we will continue to highlight the stories of those that we serve.
Next Door Brewing Company is a brewery and restaurant for our community. They serve the best beer and food possible while offering a convivial environment for customers to enjoy great conversation over a drink and snack or meal with family, friends and neighbors.
In 2013, we celebrate 25 years of cultivating goodness. We have learned along the way that though our challenges are many, our solutions are endless when we work together for what is best for all.
Organized under state laws that permit the formation of intergovernmental commissions, WCWBF is a great example of how joint action can benefit local communities by allowing them to more efficiently manage and finance limited resources for mutual benefit.
Boardman Clark (and its predecessors) has very capably provided trademark and other intellectual property services for Bell Labs for 30 years.
Boardman and Clark has filed over a dozen patent applications, provided a comprehensive suite of agreements for employees, vendors, contractors, partners, and investors, and generally operates as a trusted partner.
Since our founding in 1984, we have continued to implement sustainable economic and social advancement programs through our partnerships with microfinance institutions, development organizations, and cooperatives in Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Peru.
The City of Geneva is a beautiful, affluent city of just over 26,000 people located just west of Chicago. In addition to its scenic location along the Fox River and its popular shops and restaurants, the City is also known for its low electric rates. Geneva owns its own electric distribution system and operates a peak load natural gas generation plant. Over the past five years, the city has spent about 4 percent less on electricity.
Diane Gustin had a vision, to start a company which would provide training and employment to adults with disabilities. What was the inspiration for Diane’s vision? That would be her son Drew, who has Down syndrome. Heart @ Work employs adults with disabilities to produce gourmet popcorn that is sold through retail locations, as corporate gifts, and for fundraisers. Read More >>