Clark Hill Attorney Jordan S. Bolton Appointed to State Bar of Michigan Character and Fitness Committee
– Clark Hill attorney Jordan S. Bolton was appointed by the State Bar of Michigan to serve on the Character and Fitness Committee for District H. Bolton will serve a two year term beginning on January 1, 2012. The State Bar of Michigan Character and Fitness Committee’s primary responsibility is to conduct confidential applicant hearings. Approximately 150 members of the State Bar serve on the nine district committees.
Bolton is a Senior Attorney in Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group and is a member of the Recruiting Committee in the Detroit office.
Selected as a
Super Lawyers – Rising Star
in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011, Bolton has significant experience in a variety of fields of litigation, including: Articles 2, 3, 4, & 9 of the UCC; business dissolution; collections; construction; consumer disputes; contracts; intellectual property; partnership and shareholder disputes; real estate; torts; and warranties.
Outside the office, Bolton takes an active role both within and outside the legal community. He is an active member of several committees of bar organizations, including service on the State Bar of Michigan United States Courts Committee, and as a Barrister for the Oakland County Bar Association Inns of Court. A former collegiate hockey player, Bolton spends much of his free time playing in the Lawyers League of Hockey Detroit he founded and as a goalie coach for Cranbrook.
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