Items Tagged with 'Varnum'

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Universal Forest names attorney to board

February 9, 2016
Universal Forest Products has appointed a local attorney to its board of directors. Read More

Law firm uses 'free-agent' approach for new recruits

December 16, 2015
A law firm is trying out a “free-agent” approach for its new associates, which allows them to spend their first two years with the firm working with a variety of teams, rather than being hired directly into a practice. Read More

Law firm completes 'No-Shave' campaign

December 4, 2015
A downtown law firm was looking a little scruffy last month as part of a campaign to raise money for a hospital. Read More

Downtown law firms unite

December 3, 2015
A large law firm based downtown is uniting with one of its neighbors. Read More

Law firm discusses 'top 10' win against IRS

July 1, 2015
The local trial team that represented a bottling company in an important tax case against the IRS recently talked about its victory, which was called “one of the top 10 tax cases in 2014” by Forbes magazine. Read More

Law firm sees growth in startups

April 22, 2015
A law firm with a 125-year history is committing resources to target businesses that are just starting out. Read More

Law firm expands into downtown Detroit

March 4, 2015
A law firm is expanding its southeast Michigan presence by opening an office in downtown Detroit. Read More

Elizabeth Joy Fossel advocates for diversity

January 13, 2015
In 2011, Varnum appointed Elizabeth Joy Fossel its first diversity and inclusion counsel — a position that has led her to foster greater inclusiveness throughout West Michigan and enhance understanding of the value of diverse perspectives, backgrounds, ethnicities and experiences. Read More

Law firm partners with startup incubator

December 24, 2014
A law firm and a startup incubator for emerging tech companies will be partners in 2015. Read More

Law firm wins US Supreme Court ruling

October 21, 2014
The nation’s highest court has ruled in favor of a local law firm’s client and announced that it will not review a $6.1-million fraud judgment against Michigan's largest health insurer for years of hidden fees. Read More