Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Harper Meyer Anniversary Fundraiser Generates Over $20,000 for University of Miami Fragile X Clinic

(L to R) Deborah S. Barbouth M.D., Medical Director/Clinical and Biochemical Geneticist at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine; Rosie Perez, director, The X Family Foundation; Angel Vega, father of Rosie Perez and director, The X Family Foundation; Manuel A. Perez, Partner at Harper Meyer
Miami, Fla.—March 20, 2012—Miami full-service law firm Harper Meyer Perez Hagen O'Connor Albert & Dribin LLP celebrated the 10th anniversary of its founding last week with a fundraiser for the South Florida Fragile X Clinic of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Through the generosity of the firm and almost 300 guests attending the fundraiser, which included a silent auction and appearances by several celebrities, Harper Meyer was able to donate more than $20,000 to the South Florida Fragile X Clinic. Fragile X is a genetic condition that is the most common cause of intellectual impairment in children and the leading known cause of autism.

Founded in 2002, Harper Meyer has grown into a full-service firm meeting the diverse needs of successful local, domestic and Latin American companies, individuals and families seeking wealth management and estate planning, and to do business, invest and otherwise protect their interests in the U.S. and abroad. The firm’s burgeoning business model reflects the new status of Miami as a business destination, as well as a gateway to the region for outbound U.S. companies and business.


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