Mika Meyers named three attorneys to its 2022 management committee.
Mark Nettleton was elected to serve a two-year term, and Joshua Beard was reelected to serve a second consecutive one-year term. Scott Dwyer, who is serving the second year of his two-year term, was elected chair of the committee.
They are responsible for overseeing the economic performance of the firm including developing a planning policy, overseeing the firm’s finances, reviewing committee proposals and making recommendations to the members on all major decisions.
Dwyer specializes in labor and employment law, colleges and universities law, business litigation, shareholder disputes, noncompete agreements, unfair competition, trade secret litigation and employee misconduct investigations, including fraud and fraud litigation.
Nettleton specializes in public finance, municipal law, land use and zoning law, and real estate. He assists Michigan counties, cities, villages and townships with bond issues and financing transactions, ordinance and utility franchise issues, intergovernmental agreements, special assessment proceedings, drain proceedings, assessments and financings, and annexation matters.
Beard specializes in energy law, business transactions and business litigation. In the oil and gas industry, he provides assistance to majors and independents on a variety of transactional and litigation matters such as exploration, subsurface storage, condemnation, and environmental compliance and remediation.
Mika Meyers is a full‐service law firm headquartered in downtown Grand Rapids with offices in Rockford, Caledonia and Manistee, Michigan. Founded in 1950, the firm has 36 attorneys that provide legal services to individuals, families, businesses, municipalities and educational institutions.