Cheong, Denove, Rowell &
Bennett is the general counsel for The Lorraine Jackson Foundation.
The Foundation's primary mission is to provide scholarships for
secondary education for children who have lost a parent to breast
cancer. The Foundation, through Pearls of Hope TM, raises money by
donations, an annual Golf Classic and the annual Pearls of Hope
Awards and Scholarship Gala.
The Foundation also
honors individuals and companies that have led the fight against
cancer. Current scholarship recipients are attending UCLA, Tufts
University and Georgetown University. Past Award recipients include
Becky Miller, M.D., Arthur Johnson, M.D., Genentech and Millennium
For more information
about Pearls of Hope, go to
John Denove is a
founding member of Trial Lawyers' Charities.Trial Lawyers' Charities is a non-profil organization founded, funded and maintained by attorneys in Los Angeles. The primary focus is on education, children and the homeless. To learn more about Trial Lawyers' Charities, go to www.latlc.org.
Mary Bennett and John Denove support Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship. Ride On teaches horseback riding to children and adults with physical and mental disabilities. Ride On offers hippotherapy which emphasizes therapy and always involves a licensed physical, speech or occupational therapist. Ride On has given over 55,000 safe, effective and individualized lessons and therapy treatments. To learn more about Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship, go to www.rideon.org.
Wilkie Cheong has served on the Advisory Board and Building
Committee of the Los Angeles Branch of the American Heart
Association and has volunteered his legal services to the
Association. The American Heart Association's mission is to reduce
disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. For
more information about the AHA go to
Mr.Cheong currently volunteers
his services as a legal advisor to the Multiple Sclerosis
Society-Southern California Chapter. The mission of the National
Multiple Sclerosis Society is to end the devastating effects of MS.
For more information about multiple sclerosis go to
John D. Rowell
has volunteered and served as a member of the Board of Directors of
the Original Men's Twelve Step House for more than five years. The
Original Men's Twelve Step House is a non-profit organization
devoted to rehabilitation of alcoholics and addicts. For the last
eight months, John has served as the Executive Director of the
Foothills Hospitals and Institutions Committee, a non-profit
organization devoted to rehabilitation of alcoholics. John recently
received acknowledgement from the Los Angeles Superior Court for his
volunteer services as an Alternative Dispute Resolution Neutral.
Members of Cheong,
Denove, Rowell & Bennett have been fighting for the rights of
consumers in California by reviewing proposed legislation, speaking
with legislators and battling the insurance industry that attempt to
pass laws that limit the rights of the injured to seek just
compensation. CDRB organized one of the largest demonstrations in
California history against insurance sponsored initiatives. These
initiatives, fortunately, were voted down.
To learn more about how
you can make sure the voices of consumers and taxpayers are heard in
Sacramento and Washington, go to
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