Clark Hill Expands Birmingham Presence
– Clark Hill PLC has moved its Birmingham office to a newly renovated location on Old Woodward in Downtown Birmingham. The new office is located at the Southeast corner of Maple and Old Woodward. The new address is 151 South Old Woodward, Suite 200. The firm will occupy 37,699 square feet in the new office space.
“We have seen tremendous expansion over the past few years, and have been planning this move for some time to accommodate our plans for continuing growth in Oakland County,” Clark Hill Birmingham managing member Dan Minkus said. “We have added some of the best attorneys in Oakland County and in Michigan to our roster, and we continue to add both depth and breadth to our group of talented lawyers. We are very pleased to announce this move, and to provide our clients with a first class location and leading edge services.”
Clark Hill Birmingham is the hub of the firm’s Oakland County presence. The firm has had tremendous growth over the past several years, including the addition of members to the firm’s Business, Litigation, Education & Municipal and Personal Needs Groups. Thirty two attorneys currently work in Clark Hill’s Birmingham office.
“This expanded office puts us in an enhanced position to deliver on our ‘Count on More’ promise to our clients, attorneys and staff,” Minkus added. “Our new offices are convenient to our clients and provide a highly functional and state-of-the-art workplace environment. ”
Clark Hill’s new office is open for business, with office telephone and fax numbers remaining the same.
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