Law Notebook


April Notebook

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Change Ups

Attorney Brett T. Meyer recently joined Bloomfield Hills-based Plunkett Cooney as a member of its governmental law practice group in the firm’s Grand Rapids office.

MiSpringboard, the Varnum program that provides free legal services to Michigan startup and second-stage businesses, reached a milestone when it surpassed the 500th client mark. The firm also recently committed a third tranche of $1 million to the program. In the seven years since MiSpringboard was launched, Michigan entrepreneurs involved in industries ranging from biomedicine to beekeeping have used the program to launch their businesses and get ready for growth.

Warner Norcross + Judd LLP partner Mark K. Harder was appointed to the committees of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel’s Business Planning and Practice committees.

Warner Norcross + Judd LLP partner Timothy L. Horner was recognized by Michigan Lawyers Weekly as one of 2019’s Leaders in the Law.

David & Wierenga PC announced the firm was renamed to David, Wierenga & Lauka PC and promoted attorney Jeshua Lauka to partner.

WMU Cooley Law School’s Black Law Students Association recently honored Kent County Circuit Court Judge Christina Elmore for being the first African American woman elected to the circuit court bench in Kent County. Faculty and students gathered at Forty Acres Soul Food restaurant in Grand Rapids

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