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Professional Involvement

Warner attorneys take their leadership responsibilities seriously and it shows in the numerous leadership roles they play in professional, legal and industry associations.

Here are some examples of past and current positions our attorneys have held:

  • Chair of the Business Section of the American Bar Association and former Chair and CEO of TerraLex - Charles McCallum
  • Chair of the American Bar Association's Section of Environment, Energy & Resources - Gene Smary
  • President of the Grand Rapids Bar Association - Paul Sorenson
  • Chair, Environmental Law Counsel of the State Bar of Michigan - Kurt Brauer
  • Chair of the Michigan Chapter of the National Brownfield Association - John Byl
  • Council of the Intellectual Property Section of the State Bar of Michigan - Scott Keller
  • Chair of the State Bar of Michigan Trust Code Committee and co-author of Michigan's trust code - Mark Harder
  • President of Muskegon County Bar Association - Brian Lang
  • Committee Chair of the Liaisons to Securities Administrators of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association - Shane Hansen

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