Atlanta, Ga. – Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is pleased to announce that David Pardue has been elected to the board of directors for EarthShare Georgia. In that position, David will play a leading role in connecting corporations with nonprofits focused on environmental causes.
EarthShare Georgia connects people to trusted nonprofits dedicated to conserving and protecting the air, land, and water. These connections provide opportunities to volunteer, learn, and donate to help support more than 30 of the state’s top environmental nonprofits. These include the Georgia Wildlife Federation, Trees Atlanta, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, and the Georgia Conservancy to name a few, as well as leading national environmental nonprofit organizations.
David also holds several other community leadership roles. He is currently chair of the Trade Secrets Committee within the State Bar of Georgia’s Intellectual Property Law Section, as well as vice chair of several committees within the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section. He is a former board chair of the American Liver Foundation’s Southeast Division.
At Parker Poe, David represents clients in business litigation, employment law, and with their intellectual property needs.
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