Four Clark Hill Attorneys Named in Leading Lawyers Network Magazine
October 30, 2007-
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill Attorneys Richard Chapman, James Drake, Edward Filer and Gary Green were recognized as Leading Lawyers Network Business Members of the Magazine’s September 2007 Business Edition. Each attorney was selected by peers as a Leading Lawyer.
Richard Chapman was selected for the areas of Commercial Litigation and Bankruptcy & Workout Law: Commercial, James Drake was named for his expertise in Closely & Privately Held Business Law, Edward Filer was recognized in the areas of Closely & Privately Held Business Law and Construction Law, and Gary Green was selected in the areas of Banking & Financial Institutions Law and Bankruptcy & Workout Law: Commercial.
“Leading Lawyers Network” is published three times a year in Illinois. This magazine provides legal consumers a quick way to find a better lawyer.
Since 1890, Clark Hill PLC has been serving the business, government, non-profit and personal needs of clients. Clark Hill has offices in Detroit, Birmingham, Grand Rapids, and Lansing, Michigan, and Chicago, Illinois. Clark Hill is a full service law firm with more than 170 attorneys. For more information, visit www.clarkhill.com.
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