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Eric Kuwana Recognized By the Washington Business Journal as 2018 Minority Business Leader

Firm News | March 22, 2018

Litigation partner Eric Kuwana was recently honored by the Washington Business Journal with their 2018 Minority Business Leader award. This award recognizes the Greater Washington, DC region's top minority business leaders for their entrepreneurial drive, creativity and success. In an interview with the Journal, Eric said that although he did not plan on a law career in his early years, he became involved in politics as an undergraduate and thought a law degree could open doors in Washington, which is precisely what happened. He served in the White House counsel's office under President George H.W. Bush; worked at the US Department of Transportation; and joined the preeminent DC lobbying law firm before coming to Katten.

Today, in addition to his success in the courtroom for clients in a wide range of industries, Eric serves on the firm's Diversity Committee and is involved with the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, the Minority Corporate Counsel Association, the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity and other diversity efforts in the legal profession.

Read "Minority Business Leader Awards: Eric Kuwana" in its entirety.

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