Clark Hill Attorneys Sandra S. Hamilton and Kenneth P. Lane to Present at the Michigan Municipal Treasurers Association Winter Workshop, January 18, 2018
LANSING, MI – Clark Hill attorneys Sandra S. Hamilton and Kenneth P. Lane will present “Collection and Bankruptcy Issues for Municipalities” at the Michigan Municipal Treasurers Association Winter Workshop in Lansing, MI on Thursday, January 18, 2018.
The Michigan Municipal Treasurers Association (“MMTA”) is a nonprofit organization for treasury professionals. The MMTA’s mission is to provide its membership with the tools needed to meet the diversified challenges facing them by offering education, services, continuing professional development and ethical standards. For more information, visit www.mmta-mi.org.
Hamilton is a member in Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids office in the Litigation and Bankruptcy Practice Groups. Hamilton focuses her practice in the areas of commercial litigation, bankruptcy, collections and creditors’ rights law. In her practice, she represents banks and other financial institutions, secured parties, businesses and municipalities in all aspects of bankruptcy, collection litigation and out of court enforcement and resolution.
Lane is a member in Clark Hill's Lansing office in the Education and Municipal Law Practice Group where he concentrates his practice in the areas of municipal law, municipal litigation, planning and zoning and public pension law.
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