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Miller Canfield Lawyers Named Top Lawyers in DBusiness Magazine

November 22, 2010

Miller Canfield announced today that 60 of its lawyers in Southeast Michigan were selected as DBusiness magazine’s 2011 Top Lawyers.

Miller Canfield lawyers were recognized for their legal expertise in 34 practice areas including: antitrust, banking, bankruptcy, corporate law, criminal defense, employee benefits, environmental, health care, intellectual property, international trade, labor and employment, litigation, M&A law, public finance, real estate, tax, and trusts and estates.  

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Gregory L. Curtner, Antitrust; Joseph M. Fazio, Real Estate; Lisa C. Hagan, Public Finance; Stephen G. Palms, Real Estate; and Roselyn R. Parmenter, Health Care

Detroit, Michigan

Frederick A. Acomb, Business Litigation; Marjory G. Basile, Intellectual Property; Bruce D. Birgbauer, Corporate and International Trade and Finance; Orin D. Brustad, Employee Benefits; Harold W. Bulger, Public Finance; Beverly H. Burns, Labor and Employment; Thomas D. Colis, Public Finance; Donna J. Donati, Labor and Employment; Lawrence M. Dudek, Construction Litigation and Construction and Real Estate Law; W. Mack Faison, Commercial Litigation; Joseph F. Galvin, Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate; Leonard D. Givens, Labor and Employment; Jonathan S. Green, Bankruptcy and Creditor/Debtor Rights; Michael W. Hartmann, Commercial Litigation, Legal Malpractice and Professional Malpractice Law; Donald W. Keim, Public Finance; Douglas M. Kilbourne, Banking; Thomas W. Linn, Banking; Anthony J. Mavrinac, Banking; Michael P. McGee, Municipal Law and Public Finance; Patrick F. McGow, Public Finance; Jeffrey M. McHugh, Public Finance; Samuel J. McKim, Tax; David K. McLeod, Banking; Christopher A. McMican, Employee Benefits; Megan P. Norris, Labor and Employment; Kathryn L. Ossian, Information Technology; Thomas G. Parachini, Commercial Litigation; Joel L. Piell, Public Finance; Clarence L. Pozza, Jr., Commercial Litigation; Steven A. Roach, Banking; Jerry T. Rupley, Public Finance; Larry J. Saylor, Antitrust; P. Rivka Schochet, Franchise; Richard J. Seryak, Labor and Employment; Michael H. Traison, Bankruptcy and Creditor/Debtor Rights; Amanda Van Dusen, Banking and Public Finance Law; Carl H. Von Ende, Banking Law and Business and Commercial Litigation; Richard A. Walawender, Commercial Law; Jerome R. Watson, Labor and Employment

Troy, Michigan

James L. Allen, Banking; Brad B. Arbuckle, Corporate and Securities Law; Thomas W. Cranmer, Non-White-Collar and White-Collar Criminal Defense; Gregory V. DiCenso, Trusts and Estates; Gerald J. Gleeson, White-Collar Criminal Defense; Kalman G. Goren, Employee Benefits; Robert J. Haddad, Product Liability; Ronald E. Hodess, Real Estate; David D. Joswick, Banking, Business and Corporate Law and Mergers & Acquisitions; Kenneth E. Konop, Trusts and Estates; Matthew F. Leitman, Non-White-Collar and White-Collar Criminal Defense; Anna M. Maiuri, Environmental; James A. Simpson, Banking; David M Thoms, Nonprofit/Charities and Trusts and Estates; James W. Williams, Trusts and Estates; Mark E. Wilson, Health Care

DBusiness conducted a peer review survey, polling more than 15,000 attorneys in Oakland, Wayne, Macomb, Washtenaw and Livingston counties.  Lawyers were asked to nominate up to three attorneys in any of the forty-nine specialized practice areas.  Special weight was given to those lawyers chosen by attorneys working at firms other than their own as well as prior honorees.