Ribbon cutting: Firm celebrates opening of new headquarters


– Photos courtesy of BSP Law

Bush Seyferth PLLC (BSP Law) was joined by community officials and business leaders for a celebration of its new headquarters in Troy on Thursday, Jan. 16.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the law firm’s new home inside the Liberty Center at 100 West Big Beaver Road in Troy. Dozens attended the ceremony, including Troy Mayor Ethan Baker, leaders from the Troy Chamber of Commerce, and other community dignitaries.  An open house was held afterward where guests toured the 25,000-square-foot office while enjoying food, drinks, and live music.

BSP Law was founded as BSK Law in 2003 by Cheryl Bush, Patrick Seyferth, and Raymond Kethledge. The firm added Richard Paige as a member in 2004. In 2008, Kethledge was nominated to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.  The firm, which has been honored by U.S. News and World Report as one of the country’s top litigation practices, then changed its name to BSP Law.

On behalf of several Fortune 500 companies, BSP’s team has successfully handled complex business litigation and appeals in more than 30 states and several foreign countries.  The leadership is excited to continue providing the same high-quality work from their new headquarters. 

The firm has also established a tradition of giving back to the community through various events, including the annual BSP Charity Golf and Tennis Classic. BSP has raised approximately 1 million dollars for charitable causes. At the Jan. 16 event, BSP Law donated $5,000 to New Day Foundation, a local non-profit that helps families alleviate the financial burden of cancer.

“We’ve been able to add to our team in recent years and wanted to add more space while upgrading our technology to better serve our clients,” said Cheryl Bush, BSP Law founding member. “This new space allows us to have our entire team on one floor in a modern, flexible design.”

Approximately 70 employees work at the new Liberty Center office which includes the following features:

• State-of-the-art technology for video conferencing and meetings of various sizes.

• An employee exercise room featuring exercise equipment, weights, changing rooms, showers, and lockers.

• A wellness room that provides a height adjustable desk, treadmill desk and under counter refrigerator to encourage employees to get up and
move around to help increase productivity.

• A “Tiny Human Center” filled with books and toys for kids, creating a perfect space if an employee’s babysitter cancels or kids come to visit.

• Each office space has a motion/light sensor on the wall that dims the light in the office based on how much sunlight is coming in,

• Two visitor breakout rooms that allow guests to work from the BSP Law office or have a private space to take a call.

“All of these features create an environment where our employees have everything they need to focus on providing the excellent service that BSP Law is known for,” said Patrick Seyferth, BSP Law founding member.  “While our workspace has changed, what hasn’t changed is our commitment to providing our clients the superior service that they’ve come to expect, while supporting the community that we call home.”

For additional information, visit www.bsplaw.com.


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