10 Warner Norcross Partners Rated Top Lawyers by dBusiness

11/13/2012

Ten partners in the Southfield and Sterling Heights offices of Warner Norcross & Judd LLP have been rated Top Lawyers by dBusiness.

The peer-review survey, which will be published in the November/December edition of the Detroit business magazine, “honors excellence in all areas of practice.”  Attorneys who will be recognized are:
 
  • Michael G. Brady, commercial litigation
  • Kurt M. Brauer, environmental law
  • Matthew K. Casey, banking and financial service law
  • Frank E. Henke, trusts and estates
  • William R. Jansen, partner in charge of the Southfield office, commercial and business litigation
  • Jay A. Kennedy, tax law
  • Steven C. Kohl, environmental law
  • Mary Jo Larson, employee benefits law
  • Linda Paullin-Hebden, securities law
  • Alan T. Rogalski, health care law
 
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