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Tony DelCampo, the 61st president of the State Bar of Georgia, recently re-appointed Michael to the State Bar of Georgia’s Professionalism committee. This standing committee considers ways to advance the professionalism of members of the bar and makes recommendations to the Executive Committee and the Board of Governors.
Michael E. Pérez was recently elected to serve as Vice-President of the DeKalb Bar Association and April Bryant Pérez was elected to serve on the DeKalb Bar Association Board of Directors. Both Michael and April have been heavily involved in the DeKalb Bar for many years now, and enjoy the opportunity to serve the legal community of DeKalb County.
Venous thromboembolism (VTE) are blood clots in the veins. These blood clots are a very dangerous medical condition but also preventable. According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about 900,000 people in the U.S. are affected each year from blood clots and some 60,000-100,000 deaths annually are attributed to blood clots.
Michael Pérez Appointed to University of Georgia’s Latino Alumni Council We are proud to announce that Michael Pérez was recently selected to serve a two-year term on the University of Georgia’s Latino Alumni Council. The Latino Alumni Council promotes networking,...
Michael Pérez Appointed to Serve on the State Bar of Georgia’s Professionalism CommitteeThe newly elected President of the State Bar of Georgia, Sally Akins, recently appointed Pérez Law Firm founder, Michael E. Pérez, to the State Bar of Georgia’s Professionalism...
For many years leading up to the COVID pandemic, traffic fatalities had decreased, and the roads were becoming safer. But since the pandemic, there has been an upward trend in the number of wrecks and roadway fatalities.
For many years, there have been efforts to pass legislation that would end forced arbitration and make sure that people keep their right to a trial by jury. Advocates of ending forced arbitration secured a big win this week as the U.S. House of Representatives passed the FAIR Act which would seek to end forced arbitration.