S&W Presents The 2011 Lock-Out Breakfast Featuring NE Patriots Matt Light and Sports Illustrated Columnist Peter King

S&W Press Release
April 8, 2011

Boston, MA – April 8, 2011 – Sullivan & Worcester LLP is pleased to announce that the firm has signed on as Presenting Sponsor for an exclusive event for football fans the 2011 Lock-Out Breakfast. 

Limited to the first 100 guests, this exclusive event will be held from 7:30-9:30 AM at Boston’s Liberty Hotel on Tuesday, April 26th. Joining New England Patriots left tackle Matt Light will be a surprise player, and joining renowned Sports Illustrated writer and NBC Sports analyst Peter King on the media side will be ESPN.com’s Mike Reiss, a longtime Patriots reporter. 

“In connection with the recent expansion of our practice into the sports arena, we’re pleased to sponsor a charitable event that will provide insight and answers to some of the most pressing questions football fans are debating around town and online,” said Bill Curry, S&W’s Co-Managing Partner. “We look forward to an intriguing and thought-provoking morning.”  

Light, an NFL players’ representative and current free agent, and King, a veteran sports journalist who’s covered previous work stoppages, will offer unique insight into the current and future state of football, insight you won’t get anywhere else.  They’ll focus on:

Tickets are $250.00 each and all proceeds benefit The Light Foundation. Included in the tax-deductible donation of $250.00/person: autographed photos of panelists for all attendees, question and answer session with the pros, exclusive giveaways, and national and local media exposure for event, attendees, and access to the latest news and inside scoop about the biggest story in sports right now!

For group sales, please contact The Goodwin Group at (781) 404-1745. For individual tickets, visit: www.mattlightfoundation.org.  

About Sullivan & Worcester LLP

Sullivan & Worcester LLP is a leading corporate law firm providing counsel to domestic and international clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to emerging businesses. With more than 185 lawyers in Boston, New York and Washington, D.C., the firm offers services in a wide range of areas, including corporate finance, securities, intellectual property, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, tax, real estate, private equity and venture capital, bankruptcy, climate change, regulatory law, and employment and benefits. Sullivan & Worcester is also recognized for its representation of REITs and its deep expertise in mutual fund law. For more information please visit www.sandw.com.


Leah Schloss