Clark Hill Attorney Daniel H. Minkus to Present at the Business Law Section’s 24th Annual Business Law Institute in Grand Rapids, May 4-5
–Clark Hill Attorney Daniel H. Minkus will speak at the 2012 Business Law Institute in Grand Rapids, Mich., May 4 and 5, at the Grand Rapids Amway Grand Hotel and Conference Center. Minkus will co-present on “Select Business Issues Presented by the Michigan Corporate Income Tax.” His presentation will focus primarily on non-tax issues to be considered by practitioners before converting a business enterprise from one form to another. The Business Law Institute is co-sponsored by the State Bar of Michigan’s Business Law Section and ICLE.
Minkus is the member in charge of the firm’s Birmingham, Mich., office, where he practices in the firm’s Corporate Practice Group. For more than 25 years, Minkus has counseled clients and businesses in the areas of transactions, contracts, employment agreements and real estate. He has repeatedly been selected by his peers for inclusion in national rankings, such as the
Best Lawyers in America
, Law & Politics Magazine’s
publication, and the
Chambers USA List of Leading Business Attorneys
In addition to his law practice, Minkus has taken an active role in the legal community, including board participation with the Business Law Section of the Michigan State Bar, the Institute for Continuing Legal Education Business Law Advisory Committee, and he also was in charge of a joint initiative between the Institute for Continuing Legal Education and the State Bar of Michigan, serving as Chairman of the Business Boot Camp effort.
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