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Miller Canfield Elects New Principals

February 20, 2015

The law firm of Miller Canfield is pleased to announce that the following people have been elected principals of the firm.

CHICAGO AND ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN OFFICE:

Joseph C. Huntzicker, from senior attorney to principal. Huntzicker practices in the areas of commercial real estate and secured lending. He received his J.D. (2000) from the University of Michigan Law School and his B.A. (1996) from the University of Michigan. He works in the firm’s Chicago and Ann Arbor offices.

DETROIT, MICHIGAN OFFICE:

Michael C. Simoni, from senior attorney to principal. Simoni is a commercial litigator whose diverse practice includes large-scale business, class-action, and antitrust matters, and focuses in brand protection, trademark, copyright and patent litigation. He received his J.D. (2006) from Wayne State University Law School and his B.A. (2003) from the University of Michigan.

Colin M. Battersby, from associate to principal. Battersby focuses his practice on commercial litigation involving breach of contract, tort, product liability, legal and accounting malpractice and securities arbitration and litigation. He received his J.D. (2007) from Wayne State University Law School and his Bachelor of Economics (2004) from the University of Michigan.

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN OFFICE:

Amber J. Sturrus, from associate to principal. Sturrus' practice focuses on financial institutions and transactions including the preparation and negotiation of commercial lending agreements. She received her J.D. (2007) from the University of Illinois Law School and her B.A. (2004) from Calvin College.

TROY, MICHIGAN OFFICE:

Alexander J. Clark, from senior attorney to principal. Clark concentrates his practice in corporate real estate law specializing in commercial leasing, acquisitions, dispositions, construction, and development. He received his J.D. (2006) from Case Western Reserve University and his B.S. (2003) from the University of Notre Dame.