DCBA Recognizes Attorney Jeff Storch for Pro Bono Efforts

Boardman Clark attorney Jeff Storch was recognized at the Dane County Bar Association's Annual Pro Bono Breakfast on May 3, 2022. The annual awards honor outstanding pro bono contributions in Dane County.

Attorney Storch was recognized primarily for his work with Chef Dave Heide and Little John's Kitchens.  Little John's Kitchens strives to transform food excess into accessible, chef-quality meals for EVERYONE regardless of their means. Chef Dave was also featured during the breakfast, where he reported Little John's is providing the community with 10,000 meals per week, prepared almost entirely with food resources that would have otherwise gone to waste. You can read more about the work Little John's is doing on their website.

Attorney Storch is Chair of Boardman Clark’s Business Practice Group and leads its Restaurant & Hospitality and Agribusiness subgroups. His business practice includes company formation, mergers and acquisitions, business succession planning and reorganization, shareholder agreements and other agreements among owners, contract drafting and interpretation.

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