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Celia G. Kaechele

Associate | Email

  • Detroit

    t. +1.313.546.6038

    f. +1.313.263.6855


Celia G. Kaechele is a member of Warner’s Business and Corporate Services Practice Group. She assists closely held businesses on a variety of matters including formation, early stage financing, corporate governance, securities law compliance and mergers and acquisitions. Celia also supports registered investment advisers with securities compliance concerns and works with nonprofit organizations to overcome the hurdles to formation.


  • Michigan State University College of Law J.D. 2019 summa cum laude
  • University of Michigan B.A. 2015 cum laude


  • 2019, Michigan

Bar Associations

  • State Bar of Michigan
    Business Law Section
  • Detroit Bar Association


Honors & Awards

  • Editor-in-Chief, Michigan State Law Review


  • "Traditional Notions of Fair Play and Substantial Justice in the Age of Internet Interconnectivity: How Masking an IP Address Could Constitute Purposeful Availment," Yale Journal of Law and Technology, 21 Yale J.L. & Tech. 59 (2019)


Speaking Engagements

  • "The Modernized Marketing Rule," Virtual CCO Roundtable, March 3, 2021

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