We consider it part of our duty as long-time Palm Beach residents and successful
business men and women to play an active role in the neighborhoods and
legal communities throughout South Florida. Our community contributions
often come in the form of monetary donations, sponsorships and event attendance,
but some of the most important contributions we make to our community
are though speaking engagements, pro bono legal services and policy changes.
Our attorneys support organizations that fight for the rights of motorists,
consumers and medical patients and each of our team members is involved
in national, state and county associations, charities and non-profits
that mean something to them personally. Our team is encouraged to take
up causes that promote equality, enhance awareness, protect the planet
and fight for a cure.
Legal and Local Organizations We Support
Together, the Clark Fountain team is proud to promote fair access to legal
services, support the underprivileged and provide legal education through
the following organizations.
- Palm Beach County Bar Association
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
- American Board of Trial Advocates
- Florida Association for Women Lawyers
- Florida Justice Association
- Legal Aid Society
- Susan G. Koman Race for the Cure
Supporting the Seas
Our law firm is located along Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach, less than
a mile from the beach and no more than 25 feet from the intracoastal waterway
seawall. The decisions we make about our plastic usage have a direct impact
on the ocean we look at from our office windows every day. As a firm,
we’re committed to making administrative decisions that create less
plastic and waste – both of which threaten our beautiful Florida beaches.
Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin is a straw-free and
balloon-free office. We no longer use balloons at our events (whether
they are inside or outside) and we’ve committed to ocean-safe straw
alternatives. Additionally, we've partnered with a third-party service
to recycle our K-Cups®.
Grounds to Grow On™ recycles the plastic and foil and uses the coffee grounds for compost.
"Panthers Park Your Phone" Distracted Driving Scholarship
In 2019, the firm announced the formation of the “Panthers Park Your
Phone” Distracted Driving Scholarship, a $1,000 scholarship that
is awarded each year to a graduating senior at William T. Dwyer High School
in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Applicants pledge to drive distraction-free
and submit a short essay about creative solutions for safer roads. It
was important to the firm that the scholarship be neither needs-based
or merit-based and that students understand the money can be applied to
any kind of continuing education after high school (college, trade school,
degree certification, military, etc).