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At Lytal, Reiter, Clark, Fountain &
Williams, contributing to the
advancement of our community is
a fundamental part of our business
philosophy. Each member of our
fi rm is active in professional, civic,
charitable and religious organizations
that make Florida a better place to
live, work and raise a family.
We have supported the United Way
and its 64 member agencies for
nearly fi fteen years. By volunteering
our time, sponsoring televised
public service announcements and
conducting an employee campaign,
we help extend the reach of the
United Way to support the needs
and potential of over 400,000 people
in our community.
Joseph J. Reiter has been inducted into Stetson University
College of Law’s Hall of Fame. He is one of eight attor-
neys selected this year from thousands of eligible alumni.
Stetson is honoring Reiter for his profound infl uence on the
College and the legal world.
W. Hampton Keen served as a faculty member at the 2007
American Association for Justice Convention in Chicago, IL.
He lectured on the topic of “Early Warning Collision Systems
in Truck Cases.”
Scott B. Smith has been selected to serve as chairperson of the Palm Beach County
Bar Association PI/Wrongful Death CLE Committee. He has also been chosen
to serve on the PBCBA’s Circuit Court Civil Practice Committee. Smith was also
appointed to serve on the St. Patrick Catholic Church Pastoral Committee.
Gregory P. Huber and Jordan C. Evert have been appointed to the Board of
Directors for the Florida Justice Association’s Young Lawyers Section. Huber has
also been appointed to the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Independence
of the Judiciary, Professionalism and Client Relations Commi