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VEN'S DEN: Noted Attorney Makes Detroit His Home Base
He came for the view.In part, of course.Detroits downtown, which has enjoyed an uptick in business activity over the past decade, thanks in large measure to moves by Compuware and Quicken Loans, now is home to the law office of Ven Johnson, a prominent personal injury attorney whose image as a...
PAST & PRESENT TENSE: Historic Gem Back In Style After Dodging Wrecking Ball
In September of 2007, there was a courthouse christening the likes of which the state has seldom seen.It marked a beginning and an end.On that day, September 14, 2007, the seven-member Michigan Supreme Court ushered in a new legal era in the quaint city of Lapeer, the county seat where a heavy...
CONNECTIVITY: Two law firms set up shop under on roof in Royal Oak
On the surface, a newly renovated building that houses two law firms makes a great impression with its coveted location and modern aesthetics that are both attractive and practical. But, if you dig a little deeper, youll find the beauty of the project goes far beyond what the eye can see. The...
WET BAR: A decked-out office
If Mike Litt didnt have A.D.D., he might be perfectly happy to stay put in his office overlooking Keans Marina in Detroit.The room, after all, pays homage to his love for all things nautical. Its filled with family antiques, diplomas and honors, and pictures of his two boys, who crafted the...
New and Improved: Law firm remakes image of its office
When opportunity knocks, it might be time for a major overhaul.That was the case for Troy-based Mantese Honigman Rossman and Williamson, P.C. When part of their building became available, the law firm, which provides legal counseling to corporations and individuals and handles litigation at all...
Modern Times: Law firm becomes key part of River Place 'Community'
You cant judge a law firm by its facade. With offices at the historic Stroh River Place, one might think Abbott, Nicholson, Quilter, Esshaki & Youngblood has a history dating back a century. But though the firm has lifetimes of legal expertise, Abbott Nicholson is only thirtysomething.We like...
Z Base: Downtown law firm positioned high over the Motor City
From its aerie atop the First National Building at 660 Woodward, Lewis & Munday, one of the nations oldest and largest firms founded by African Americans, proudly keeps watch over its domain Detroit and Wayne County.Founded in 1972, the firm originally was known as Lewis, White & Clay....
Dens of Uniquity: Taming of the Screw
Pardon Gary Saretsky while he rakes his office. Its one of the hazards of the job.He prefers to see it as a perk, however.His outlook is part of the casual, refreshing, almost irrepressible atmosphere that permeates the offices of Saretsky Hart Michaels & Gould in Birminghams revamped Rail...
Home Field Advantage: Bodman creates world-class headquarters on 'new turf' at Ford Field
Imagine looking from your conference room window onto the gridiron at Ford Field.That has been the view for lawyers at Bodman LLP since the 81-year-old firm relocated its headquarters from the Renaissance Center to newly renovated space at Ford Field in downtown Detroit in May 2006. On any given...
Tudor Takes Triumphant Turn
While The Bard, William Shakespeare himself, was not fond of attorneys, he would have felt right at home in the meticulously restored Tudor law offices of Gregory Reiter at 122 Concord Road in Bloomfield Hills. According to Jesse Reiter, who started the firm along with law partner Russell...

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