DLA Piper to present Baltimore managing partner with 'Most Admired CEO' award
DLA Piper has announced that Paul A Tiburzi, managing partner of the firm’s Baltimore office and chair of the State Legislative and Public Policy practice, has been selected to receive the ’2013 Most Admired CEO Award’ by The Daily Record.
The honourees will be recognised at an awards reception in Baltimore, Maryland on 19 September. The annual award honours leadership, vision, competitiveness, financial performance and growth, and board service.
Nominees are independently judged on professional experience, community involvement and a commitment to inspiring change. Paul Tiburzi serves on the board of directors of the Greater Baltimore Committee, a business advocacy group in the region.
Tiburzi also serves as an executive board member of Baltimore Raven Torrey Smith’s Foundation, and on the boards of trustees of Loyola Blakefield School and Maryvale Preparatory School.
As Baltimore managing partner, Tiburzi leads the firm’s Baltimore office. He focuses his practice on public law, sports law and administrative litigation matters.
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