Clark Hill PLC Attorney Matthew T. Smith to Present at Sterling Education Services, Inc.’s 3rd Annual Fundamentals of Landlord-Tenant Law Seminar – January 23
LANSING, MICH. –
Clark Hill attorney Matthew T. Smith will present “Plan Your Lease Ahead to Avoid Problems Later” and “Collections: How to Enforce Your Judgment” at Sterling Education Services, Inc.’s 3rd Annual Fundamentals of Landlord-Tenant Law seminar. This year’s seminar will be held on Thursday, January 23, 2014 at the Holiday Inn Grand Rapids Downtown from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. For more information and registration, please visit: http://store.sterlingeducation.com/seminar/14MI01035-Fundamentals-of-Landlord-Tenant-Law-Grand-Rapids-MI.
Matthew T. Smith is a member of Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group, and specializes in commercial and construction related matters. Matthew is experienced in bankruptcy, creditor’s rights, real estate and civil litigation. He is among the 5 percent of Michigan attorneys selected for inclusion in Michigan Super Lawyers 2012 and 2013, an honor reserved for those lawyers who have shown excellence in practice.
Sterling Education Services, Inc. has a long tradition of providing continuing education programs. Founded in Eau Claire, Wisconsin in 1983, they are dedicated to furthering education development within the United States through instruction of the public on subjects that are both useful to the individual and beneficial to the community.
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