Robert Copeland Appointed to Board Position of Parkinson’s Research Non-Profit Foundation

The Summit for Stem Cell Foundation has appointed Robert Copeland, special counsel in the corporate practice group of Sheppard Mullin, as it’s newest board advisor.

Copeland practices in the area of corporate law with an emphasis on corporate finance, securities, real estate, mergers and acquisitions. He has extensive experience in representing boards of directors and executive leadership of companies concerning corporate governance, securities, corporate law and real estate law transactions.

Copeland has been listed in the national legal directory, The Best Lawyers in America every year since 1987, and in the Best Lawyers in San Diego (San Diego Magazine, April 2001-2018 editions). He was named a Super Lawyer for San Diego (2007-2018). He was also named in the San Diego 500-The Book of Influential Business Leaders for 2016. Copeland also holds a certificate from the National Conflict Resolution Center in advanced mediation and is available to mediate complex pre-litigation and litigated matters.

The Summit for Stem Cell Foundation is excited to welcome Robert Copeland as a board advisor of their foundation team.


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