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Attorney Alexandre M. Zucco joined Dickinson Wright PLLC as an associate.
Bodman PLC announced Darren J. Burmania was admitted as a member of the firm. Based in Grand Rapids, he is a member of the banking, business, bankruptcy and debtor-creditor rights, and litigation and alternative dispute resolution practice groups.
Clark Hill PLC announced the addition of Jeffrey Dornbos as senior counsel in its Grand Rapids office in the labor and employment practice.
Rhoades McKee announced Jacob Dunlop and Stephanie Myott-Beebe were elected to shareholder.
The Britt Law Group PC announced the addition of attorney Scott A. Noto, who has joined the firm specializing in, but not limited to, criminal defense, civil litigation and military/veterans law.
Dykema announced the addition of William B. Murphy to its business litigation practice group as a senior counsel in the firm’s Grand Rapids office. Murphy joins Dykema after serving on Michigan’s Court of Appeals for the past 30 years, including five years as Chief Judge of the Court, and three terms as the court’s Chief Judge Pro Tem.
Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC attorney Ryan E. Lamb was elected shareholder of the firm.
Mika Meyers PLC recently elected the following lawyers to its management committee for 2019: Benjamin A. Zainea (chair), Ross A. Leisman and Nikole L. Canute.
Miller Johnson welcomed Teresa Rajala to its estate planning group. She will practice from the Kalamazoo office.
Warner Norcross + Judd announced partners Christian E. Meyer was named chair of the real estate practice group and Gordon J. Toering was appointed chair of the restructuring and insolvency law practice group.
Joscelyn Cekola Boucher was named executive partner for Warner Norcross + Judd’s Kalamazoo office.
Richard A. Roane, partner at Warner Norcross + Judd, was invited to return to the Institute of Continuing Legal Education’s Family Law Institute Planning Committee, and Peter M. Kulas-Dominguez, senior counsel at the Warner firm, joined the Institute of Continuing Legal Education’s Family Law Advisory Board. The committee develops the agenda, sets the topics and invites speakers to the annual ICLE Family Law Institute, a multitrack conference that provides attendees with critical updates to family law matters in Michigan, and the ICLE Family Law Advisory Board reviews and assesses continuing education needs in family law in an effort to create programs for the upcoming year.