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Vinson & Elkins Provides Pro Bono Advice to Social Motion, Inc. in Connection with Merger with The Center for Pursuit

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Vinson & Elkins provided pro bono advice to Social Motion, Inc. (SOMO) in connection with its merger with The Center for Pursuit (TCFP), bringing together two of Houston’s leading nonprofits serving the special needs community.

SOMO provides social skills and vocational training to individuals on the autism spectrum from pre-K to young adults, while TCFP serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The new partnership will create a synergy of resources that will yield a continuum of high-quality programs and services from childhood through adulthood.

The V&E team working with SOMO included partner Doug Bland, senior associate Michael Zarcaro, associate Michelle Yang and tax-exempt counsel Tobey Forney.

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