Black Business After Hours networking group welcomes new law firm in downtown Topeka

TOPEKA (KSNT) – The Black Company After Hrs networking group featured a minority owned regulation firm that lately moved to Topeka, for their Could networking occasion.

“This is our formal opening of our workplace here in Topeka, Kansas,” said Atif Abdel- Khaliq, Macintosh Regulation Company. “We prepare to use just one more lawyer for our Topeka place of work. We deal with private injury law, healthcare malpractice, nursing dwelling negligence and we can take care of other areas of the legislation.”

Community black business enterprise house owners, nonprofit leaders and gurus in Topeka expended Friday evening networking and sharing timely information relating to future opportunities. This month’s host for May’s event was Atif Abdel- Khaliq, Legal professional at Law with McIntosh Legislation Place of work, in the historic GEM building found at 510 S.W. 10th St. Atif Abdel- Khaliq is a 1972 Graduate of Washburn University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics:

• Graduating member of Sagamore Honor Modern society
• 1979 obtained Juris Doctorate Degree at Washburn University
• 1980 opened McIntosh Law Offices in Kansas Town, Kansas
• 2002 attained Master’s Diploma of Legal Justice at Washburn University
• Bestowed membership in Honor Culture Phi Kappa Phi
• Member of Kappa Alpha Psi Men’s Fraternity
• Member of the Kansas Demo Legal professionals Association
• Practices in the Point out and Federal Courtroom of Kansas
• Former NAACP legal professional for the state of Kansas
• Focus is in private injuries which contains clinical malpractice, wrongful demise, nursing house negligence, and several other carelessness statements

Refreshments have been geared up by Erma Forbes, President of the Gil Carter Initiative, Inc. The Gil Carter Initiative, is a non-gain corporation, that was fashioned to commemorate the achievements of Gil Carter, a indigenous of Topeka, Kansas, and a profitable baseball played in the Baseball Negro League and to go on his do the job in the community.