Items Tagged with 'Warner Norcross & Judd'


Q&A: Pamela Enslen

September 6, 2016
Pamela Enslen is a partner with Warner Norcross & Judd, where she chairs the Higher Education Practice Group. Read More

Snyder approves $2.2M more for law firms on Flint cases

September 1, 2016
| By AP
LANSING — Governor Rick Snyder has approved spending up to $2.2 million more for outside legal services related to Flint's lead-tainted water crisis. Read More

Law firm takes case to US Supreme Court

May 4, 2016
A locally based law firm is hoping to be cheering at the end of the year after the U.S. Supreme Court hears a copyright case related to cheerleading uniforms. Read More

Law firm names partners to leadership roles

April 20, 2016
Six partners at a law firm based downtown have been named to new leadership roles. Read More

Law firm elects managing partner

January 13, 2016
A downtown law firm has elected a new managing partner who has more than 30 years of experience in the legal profession. Read More

The FDA’s stick gets bigger

One of the significant changes requires foreign farms to be compliant with U.S. safety standards.

November 27, 2015
The United States Food and Drug Administration is getting a bigger stick to wave to help prevent food-borne illnesses. Read More

Law firm hires its 'most diverse' attorney class

November 18, 2015
A statewide law firm has hired five new local attorneys who make up the “most diverse” class in its history. Read More

Two towers are on tap downtown

Each tower would have a unique design, changing the look of the central business district.

November 13, 2015
With Warner Norcross & Judd slated as its anchor tenant, a new two-tower development is planned to change the skyline of downtown Grand Rapids. Read More

Partners plan two towers on prime downtown lot

November 9, 2015
A major mixed-use development is in the works for downtown — and a law firm is lined up to be the project’s anchor tenant. Read More

Law firm files motion to intervene in EPA suit

November 4, 2015
A law firm has filed a motion to intervene in a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers on behalf of the Michigan Farm Bureau, arguing that the new federal Clean Water Rule’s definition of “waters of the U.S.” is overly broad and will hurt farmers across the state. Read More