Clark Hill Attorney Michael M. Antovski to Speak at Oakland County Bar Association’s Joint Networking Meeting
Clark Hill attorney Michael M. Antovski will speak on Thursday, May 1, 2008 to Oakland County Bar Association’s Joint Networking Meeting.
The meeting will include members of the Employment Law Committee, Tax Committee and the Employment Benefits Committee.
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Michael M. Antovski
is a Senior Attorney of Clark Hill’s Birmingham office, and focuses his practice in our Business Practice Group. Mr. Antovski concentrates his practice in the areas of tax planning, acquisitions and dispositions, and general corporate matters, and regularly advises clients on tax planning strategies involving corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships.
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