Clark Hill Attorney Reginald M. Turner featured in the National Bar Institute Newsletter, NBI Times
Clark Hill attorney Reginald M. Turner was recently featured in the National Bar Institute Newsletter, NBI Times, to applaud his receipt of two prestigious leadership achievement awards. The first honor, Neal Shine Award for Exemplary Regional Leadership, is awarded to exceptional Michigan leaders who have demonstrated lifetime achievements in supporting and progressing regional governments, institutions, and communities. The award was presented to Turner at the Shining Light Regional Cooperation Awards by the Detroit Free Press and the Metropolitan Affairs Coalition. Turner played a crucial role in the campaign to save the Detroit Institute of Arts financial ruin.
The second honor, Corporate Distinguished Service, was awarded to Turner at the 30th Annual Wiley A. Branton Issues Symposium Awards Luncheon, Miami, FL. The symposium was established by the National Bar Association to provide a platform to discuss social, political and legal issues affecting communities nationwide.
Reginald M. Turner is a Member in Clark Hill’s Government & Regulatory Affairs and Labor & Employment groups. He is also a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. Turner has successfully litigated commercial, employment, labor, class action and public policy matters in state and federal courts and administrative tribunals. He regularly counsels clients in negotiation, drafting, and administration of labor and employment contracts in the private and public sectors. As an experienced lobbyist, Turner advocates effectively for corporate clients in federal, state and local matters. Turner is a past president of the National Bar Association and past president of the State Bar of Michigan. He is on the Board of Directors of the National Bar Institute.
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