Thirty Two Clark Hill Attorneys Selected as Michigan Super Lawyers

Oct 3, 2007
DETROIT, MI – Thirty two attorneys in the Michigan offices of Clark Hill PLC have been selected for inclusion in the 2008 edition of Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine, including four attorneys named in the Top 100 – Daniel Bretz in the area of Labor and Employment, William Dunn in the area of Real Estate law, John Gierak in the area of Labor and Employment, and Daniel Minkus in the area of Business and Corporate Law.

“Super Lawyers,” published by Law & Politics magazine, is a consumer guide to outstanding attorneys based on a multi-step selection process including a survey and peer review.

From the firm’s Birmingham office, John Gierak (Labor and Employment), Thomas MacFarlane (Estate Planning & Probate), Daniel Minkus (Business Corporate Law), Charles Murphy (Business Litigation), Thomas Sweeney (Estate Planning & Probate), Donald Tucker (Litigation), and Linda Watson (Business Litigation) were selected.

From the firm’s Detroit office, Joel Applebaum (Bankruptcy & Debtor/Creditor Rights), William Asimakis (Business Litigation), Fred Batten (Labor and Employment), Joseph Bonventre (Estate Planning & Probate), Thomas Brady (Labor and Employment), Daniel Bretz (Labor and Employment) D. Kerry Crenshaw (Securities and Corporate Finance), William Dunn (Real Estate), Robert Gordon (Bankruptcy & Debtor/Creditor Rights), Thomas Hathaway (Employment Litigation – Defense), David Hayes (Construction), Kevin Hendrick (Construction), John Hern (Corporate/Business), Timothy Koltun (Real Estate), Douglas Rasmussen (Estate Planning & Probate), Daniel Scully (Personal Injury Defense), Richard Sundquist (Real Estate), Duane Tarnacki (Nonprofit), Reginald Turner (Government), and Timothy Wittlinger (Business Litigation) were chosen.

From the firm’s Grand Rapids office, Jeffrey DeVree (Tax), Barbara Ruga (Schools & Education), and James Wernstrom (Business Litigation) were selected.

From the firm’s Lansing office, Alan Canady (Political Law) and Roderick “Rick” Coy (Utilities Law) were both chosen.