Mob Museum Appoints Jeff Silver Chair of Board of Directors

 

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Jeff Silver is Of Council at Dickinson Wright

LAS VEGAS – The Mob Museum located in downtown Las Vegas recently appointed Jeff Silver as the new chair of its Board of Directors.

The Mob Museum is a non profit organization with a Board of Directors that include professionals from local and state government, law enforcement, the judicial system, media and the business community.

Silver is of counsel at Dickinson Wright PLLC, and focuses on every aspect of gaming, liquor licensing and regulatory law, as well as planning and zoning matters, contractor licensing, and transportation law. Silver previously served as vice chairman of the National Museum of Law Enforcement and Organized Crime (Mob Museum).

“I have had an extraordinary time serving on the Board of Directors for the Mob Museum and I look forward to the many new experiences that will come within my term as Chair,” said Silver.

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About Dickinson Wright PLLC

Dickinson Wright PLLC is a general practice business law firm with more than 400 attorneys among more than 40 practice areas. Headquartered in Detroit and founded in 1878, the firm has fifteen offices, including six in Michigan (Detroit, Troy, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Grand Rapids, and Saginaw) and eight other domestic offices in Columbus, Ohio; Lexington, Ky.; Nashville, Tenn. (2); Las Vegas, Nev.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Reno, Nev.; and Washington, D.C. The firm’s Canada office is located in Toronto.

The firm offers clients a distinctive combination of superb client service and exceptional quality. Dickinson Wright lawyers are known for delivering commercially-oriented advice on sophisticated transactions and have a remarkable record of wins in high-stakes litigation. Dickinson Wright lawyers are regularly cited by Chambers, Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers and other leading independent law firm evaluating organizations.

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