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Posts from August 2021.
Image related to Reshma Sambare Named Among Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s Women in the Law

Congratulations to Miller Canfield real estate attorney Reshma Sambare, who is among the 34 lawyers to be named in Michigan Lawyers Weekly's Women in the Law Class of 2021.

Reshma joined Miller Canfield in 2013. Her practice is focused on commercial and industrial real estate development, public-private partnership (P3) projects, and India-U.S. cross-border transactions. Having earned an engineering degree and worked as a commercial construction manager prior to law school, she brings a unique mix of legal knowledge and real-world construction experience to her representation of clients in construction and real estate.

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We are pleased to announce that 53 Miller Canfield lawyers have been recognized in the Michigan, Illinois and Ohio editions of Super Lawyers 2021.

Four Miller Canfield lawyers were also named on Super Lawyers top lists. They are:

  • Thomas Cranmer: Top 10 2021 Michigan Super Lawyers
  • Gerald Gleeson: Top 100 2021 Michigan Super Lawyers
  • Amy Johnston: Top 50 2021 Women Michigan Super Lawyers
  • Megan Norris: Top 10 2021 Michigan Super Lawyers, Top 50 2021 Women Michigan Super Lawyers
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We are pleased to share several recent additions to our team which enhance our ability to serve some of the firm's fastest growing practice areas.

Aaron Schwaderer, who was an associate at Miller Canfield from 2012 to 2015, has rejoined our Financial Institutions and Transactions Group. Aaron's practice focuses on representing financial institutions in connection with commercial loan transactions, asset-based lending and all aspects of secured and unsecured lending. He previously served in the U.S. Navy as a flight instructor.

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