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Jun 2011
June 03, 2011

Warner Attorney Receives Commission Appointment from Governor

Gov. Rick Snyder has appointed Christian E. Meyer, a partner with the law firm of Warner Norcross & Judd LLP, to the inaugural Electronic Recording Commission.

Meyer, who focuses his practice on real estate law, is one of seven business leaders and government officials to be appointed to the new commission. The commission is charged with adopting standardized statewide requirements for the electronic recording of real estate documents such as deeds and mortgages.

"These appointees have tremendous backgrounds and will play important roles in developing innovative ideas to ensure Michigan can become more efficient and adopt best practices in the 21st century," Snyder said.

Meyer said: "I look forward to serving the Governor, the public, the real estate industry and the State Bar in this position. Easy electronic recording of public records is a key part of making Michigan a better place in which to do business."

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