“The mission of UWSN is simple but vital: to improve people’s lives. If a community doesn’t have enough resources to help their members, United Way will step in and provide stopgap services for kids and the elderly, filling a niche,” Bundick said. “My wife and I support organizations across Nevada that focus on helping children in vulnerable positions, and I’m looking forward to working with a board full of dynamic people who will help ensure the business community is involved in UWSN’s mission.”
UWSN strives to unite nonprofit organizations in the region, support programs that help students reach their potential, ensure pathways into the workforce, and help others avoid crises and maintain household stability, according to its website.
Bundick, who co-chairs the firm’s Aviation Group, maintains a commercial litigation practice focusing on multiple industries including aviation, banking and financial services, and residential mortgages. His clients range from local businesses to multinational companies – many within the Fortune 100. Serving as lead and co-lead counsel nationwide, he manages a team of attorneys across Greenberg Traurig’s offices defending clients in a variety of business matters, consumer cases, and class action litigation.
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