Clark Hill announced today the addition of David Hansma as a member of the firm’s Litigation practice, resident in the Birmingham, Michigan office.
“We have seen significant growth in litigation the past several months across our Michigan offices and David’s arrival in Birmingham will be a real boost to the continuing growth of our office and our litigation practice,” said Daniel Minkus, Member-in-Charge of the Birmingham office.
Hansma’s practice is focused on complex commercial and business litigation, including breach of contract, shareholder and partnership disputes, fraud, non-compete litigation, business torts, class actions, and real estate and banking litigation. He represents clients before state and federal courts, arbitration panels, and mediators across the country.
“I’m delighted to join Clark Hill and was drawn to the firm’s outstanding reputation for client service and exceptional lawyers throughout Michigan,” said Hansma. “The firm’s geographic reach and sophisticated litigation platform was very attractive to me as the next step in growing my practice.”
Hansma earned his J.D. cum laude from Wayne State University Law School where he was an associate editor of the Wayne Law Review and interned with the 17th Circuit Court in Kent County. He earned his B.S. from Grand Valley State University.
Hansma currently serves on the board of directors and as co-chair of the Commercial Litigation Section of the Michigan Defense Trial Counsel and as a Director of Patriot Week, a nonprofit founded by Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Michael Warren.
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