Richards Layton’s Doneene Damon Named One of 2018’s “Most Influential Black Lawyers”
July 9, 2018
Firm News| Corporate Trust & Agency Services
WILMINGTON, Delaware (July 9, 2018) – Doneene K. Damon, a director of Richards, Layton & Finger, has been honored as one of Savoy magazine’s 2018 “Most Influential Black Lawyers.” Identifying lawyers who are visionaries, leaders, and advocates, Savoy’s annual list features African-American partners from top law firms and general counsel from Fortune 1000 companies who have demonstrated exceptional legal achievement and leadership.
Ms. Damon is executive vice president of Richards Layton, co-chair of the firm’s Business Department, and chair of the Corporate Trust and Agency Services Group. In addition to her key roles within the firm, Ms. Damon has held many leadership positions in the American Bar Association, the Delaware State Bar Association, and other legal organizations, and serves on the boards of the Delaware Prosperity Project and the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law. She is currently the chair of the board of directors of Christiana Care Health System.
Ms. Damon focuses her legal practice on
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