Twenty-Five Clark Hill Attorneys Selected as Best Lawyers in America
Hill attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2009 edition of
The Best Lawyers in America
J. Thomas MacFarlane (Trusts & Estates), Daniel H. Minkus (Corporate Law) and Thomas F. Sweeney (Trusts & Estates) were selected form Clark Hill’s
office; Fred W. Batten (Labor & Employment), James E. Brenner (Appellate), Daniel J. Bretz (Labor & Employment), Thomas P. Brady (Labor & Employment), Joseph A. Bonventre (Trusts & Estates), Connie M. Cessante (Labor & Employment), Paul W. Coughenour (Labor & Employment), D. Kerry Crenshaw (International), William B. Dunn (Real Estate), Thomas M.J. Hathaway (Labor & Employment), David M. Hayes (Construction), Kevin S. Hendrick (Alternative Dispute Resolution and Construction), John J. Hern Jr. (Banking and Corporate), Frederick H. Hoops III (Trusts & Estates), Timothy M. Koltun (Real Estate), Daniel J. Scully (Personal Injury and Product Liability), Duane L. Tarnacki (Corporate Law & Non-Profit/Charities Law) and Reginald M. Turner (Labor and Employment) from Clark Hill’s Detroit office; Jeffrey A. DeVree (Employee Benefits), Douglas J. Rasmussen (Trusts & Estates) and James L. Wernstrom (Commercial Litigation) from Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids’ office; and Roderick S. Coy (Communications and Energy) from Clark Hill’s Lansing office.
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