Reid & Hellyer Team Supports Client & the Community at the Mission Inn Run in Riverside

November 14, 2010

A team of runners from Reid & Hellyer, one of Riverside’s oldest law firms focusing on real estate and business litigation, joined the local community as the firm participated in the 33rd Annual Mission Inn Run.

missioninnrun.jpgReid & Hellyer attorneys David G. Moore, Kenneth C. Kocourek and Scott  Talkov joined the firm’s staff, vendors, family and friends to run in the annual community event hosted by one of Reid & Hellyer’s most prominent local clients, The Historic Mission Inn Hotel & Spa.

"I’m proud our firm was able to join the community for this annual event that brings so many of us together," said Reid & Hellyer attorney Doug Plazak, who focuses on employment law and serves clients throughout Orange and Riverside counties, including the Mission Inn. "The Mission Inn is a Riverside institution with roots in the community that dates back about as far as Reid & Hellyer’s. They’re one of our most prominent local clients and we’re glad to join them for their annual run."

The team of eleven in the Reid & Hellyer-sponsored team completed the run that traversed through downtown Riverside, Mount Rubidoux Memorial park and Fairmount Park. Proceeds from the run benefit The Mission Inn Foundation and Museum.

Headquartered in Riverside, Calif., Reid & Hellyer has been serving the Inland Empire for more than 100 years as one of the most-respected full-service law firms in Southern California, providing legal services in business and real estate litigation, real estate development, transactional law, media law, bankruptcy, mediation and civil rights. Reid & Hellyer serves individual and business clients of national, regional and local prominence.

The Historic Mission Inn Hotel & Spa has allowed Reid & Hellyer to publically list their status as a client, though clients are free to remain private.

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