Thirty Clark Hill Attorneys Selected as Best Lawyers in America
DETROIT, MI –
Thirty Clark Hill attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2010 edition of
The Best Lawyers in America
From the firm’s Birmingham office, John Gierak (Labor & Employment), Robert Gordon (Bankruptcy & Creditor-Debtor Rights) Thomas MacFarlane (Trusts & Estates), Daniel Minkus (Corporate) and Thomas Sweeney (Trusts & Estates) were selected.
From Clark Hill’s Detroit office, Fred Batten (Labor & Employment), Joseph Bonventre (Trusts & Estates), Thomas Brady (Labor & Employment), James Brenner (Appellate), Daniel Bretz (Labor & Employment), Connie Cessante (Labor & Employment), David Cessante (Labor & Employment Law), Paul Coughenour (Labor & Employment), Kerry Crenshaw (International Trade & Finance), Thomas Dixon (Trusts & Estates), William Dunn (Real Estate), Thomas Hathaway (Labor & Employment), David Hayes (Construction), Kevin Hendrick (Alternative Dispute Resolution & Construction), John Hern (Banking, Corporate & Mergers & Acquisitions Law), Timothy Koltun (Real Estate), Daniel Scully (Personal Injury & Product Liability), Duane Tarnacki (Corporate & Non-Profit/Charities), Reginald Turner (Labor & Employment) and Timothy Wittlinger (Commercial) were chosen.
Jeffrey DeVree (Employee Benefits), Douglas Rassmussen (Trusts & Estates) and James Wernstrom (Commercial) were selected from Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids’ office.
From Lansing, Roderick Coy (Administrative, Communications & Energy) was selected.
From the firm’s Washington DC office, Roberta Freedman (Immigration) was chosen.
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