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Stephen D. Turner

Of Counsel
Office

Grand Rapids

200 Ottawa NW
Suite 500
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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Fax: +16166081172
Education
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC, 1972
B.A., Miami University-Oxford, Oxford, Ohio, 1967
State Bar Licenses
Michigan
Court Admissions
U.S. District Ct., W.D. of Michigan
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Super lawyers 2015
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Stephen D. Turner

Of Counsel

Stephen Turner represents clients in litigation involving business, employment, and intellectual property disputes in state and federal courts in Michigan and several other states.

Stephen has significant trial experience, having tried in excess of 125 cases. He has served as counsel in a large number of class, collective and multi-party actions concerning commercial, business, and employment issues, in addition to complex business litigation and intellectual property litigation matters involving significant claims of money damages.

Stephen is also certified as a mediator by the United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan. Stephen has been a frequent lecturer for a variety of institutions including the Michigan Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Federal Publications, and CLE International, among others. Stephen was a co-author of Personnel and Employment Law in Michigan and was a contributing author of Michigan Environmental Law. 

Awards/Achievements
Best Lawyers in America - Appellate Practice; Commercial Litigation; Litigation-Environmental; Litigation-Intellectual Property; Litigation-Labor and Employment
Super Lawyer - Michigan
Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America
Former Faculty Member, Hillman Advocacy Program
Memberships
Federal Bar Association
American Bar Association, Member of the Litigation and Tort and Insurance Practice Sections
Michigan Bar Foundation, Fellow
Past Member, Grand Rapids Bar Association, Committee on Jury Representation
Past Member, State Bar of Michigan, Negligence Law Section
Past Member, Western District of Michigan Federal Court, Voluntary Facilitative Mediation Committee, Federal Magistrate Selection Committee and the Patent Law Advisory Committee