Donahue Fitzgerald Honored to Present Award to Maximum Games

Donahue Fitzgerald LLP sponsored the San Francisco Business Times 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies Awards held on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at the Four Seasons in downtown San Francisco.  Partner Michael Sebree presented an award to Maximum Games, which was named 10th out of 100 companies.  Sebree stated, “Congratulations to Christina Seelye and her team at Maximum Games. Having worked with Maximum Games for many years, I felt exceptionally honored to be able to present this award to them.”

Michael Sebree Presents Award to Maximum Games

The award marks the second consecutive year that Maximum Games has received this recognition. Donahue Fitzgerald attorneys Steven Lee, Andrew MacKay, Doug Crosby, Dawn Newton, Daniel Schacht, Sophia Schwartz, and Kathrin Dimas also attended the awards presentation to celebrate the exceptional growth and success of these companies. In addition to Maximum Games, several of the firm’s clients were represented among the top 100 companies.

“Our firm has been advising and representing companies such as the ones named on the Top 100 list for decades.” said Lee. “We recognize many of these successful companies share similar characteristics such as an entrepreneurial spirit, innovative and collaborative culture, and agility. They are a big part of what makes the Bay Area a booming economy.”

Donahue Fitzgerald was joined by other partner sponsors: Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Northern California Carpenters Regional Council, and Moss Adams, which was the title sponsor.

Michael Sebree with Maximum Games CMO Shane Bierwith

About Donahue Fitzgerald LLP

Donahue Fitzgerald LLP is a business-focused law firm leveraging the talents of more than 50 attorneys in three Bay Area offices located in Oakland, Walnut Creek, and Marin. The firm provides civil legal services including advice, transactional matters, and litigation across a broad spectrum of practices, including intellectual property, business and corporate transactions, trusts and estates, employment and real estate, as well as other complementary business areas.