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Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman is co-sponsoring the WYWL Grants Awards Luncheon



Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman (CLL) is co-sponsoring the Westport Young Woman’s League (WYWL) 2024 Grants Awards Luncheon in Westport, Connecticut on April 29, 2024. CLL's Meichelle MacGregor, Anastasia Zhadina, and Alison Furnari will attend the luncheon, which will feature Lidia Bastianich as a guest speaker.  CLL client Cuisinart is also co-sponsoring the Grants Awards Luncheon. For tickets and event registration, please click here.

WYWL members organize and run WYWL’s major fundraisers, the Minute Man Race and CraftWestport. They also volunteer in the community and organize social events. WYWL also gives grants to charities based in lower Fairfield County. Since WYWL’s inception, it has donated over $4.2 million to local charities.

Lidia Bastianich is an Emmy award-winning public television host, bestā€selling cookbook author, successful restaurateur, and owner of a flourishing food and entertainment business. Lidia has published numerous cookbooks, co-authored with her daughter Tanya, and companion books to her Emmy-winning television series Lidia’s Kitchen, Lidia’s Italy in America, and Lidia’s Italy. Among the numerous awards and accolades Lidia has earned are seven James Beard Awards (Outstanding Chef, Television Food Show, Best Chefs in America, Who’s Who of Food & Beverage in America, Specials 2016, Special 2017 and 2018) and two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Culinary Host (2013 and 2018). In 2022, Lidia received the Silver Award from APT for 25 years on Public Television.

Founded in 1957, Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C. has been recognized worldwide as a leading intellectual property law and litigation firm. CLL also represents clients in the areas of advertising, media & technology, customs, international cargo & regulatory compliance, corporate and commercial law, real estate law, trusts & estates and military law. CLL strives to provide top-notch service and practical and cost-effective expertise, advice, and representation. 

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