Clark Hill PLC Associate Brian P. Lick Named "Top 5 Under 35" By Ingham County Bar Association
– Clark Hill associate Brian Lick is a recipient of the Ingham County Bar Association (ICBA) “Top 5 Under 35” award. Each year, five members of the Ingham County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section are selected to receive the award based on their talents, skills, professionalism and civility in the practice of law. Lick will be formally recognized for the award at the Third Annual Barristers Night, March 22, in Lansing.
Lick is an associate in the Construction Practice Group in Clark Hill’s Lansing office. He is experienced in civil and commercial litigation, representing owners, contractors and suppliers in litigation of construction and real estate matters, including breach of contract, lien foreclosures and violations of the Michigan Building Contract Fund Act in State and Federal Courts. In 2011, Brian authored an amicus brief to the Michigan Supreme Court, in
Miller-Davis v Ahrens
and has drafted memoranda and articles analyzing the effect the Supreme Court decision will have on contractors and the construction industry.
In addition to his work at Clark Hill, Lick is the treasurer of The Lick Family Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance directly to Lansing area individuals and families who have suffered an economic or health crisis. He graduated magna cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law and while there, received numerous awards for academic excellence, including American Jurisprudence Awards.
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