Solutions sought to end opioid crisis


“Breaking the Cycle: Solutions to End the Opioid Crisis” was an all-day event providing multidisciplinary information and solutions to the opioid crisis held Tuesday, March 26, at the Auburn Hills campus of Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Among those taking part in the conference were (left to right) retired Judge Fred Mester; Casimir Miarka, Oakland County Medical Examiner’s Office; WMU-Cooley Prof. Lauren Rousseau; Pam Feinberg-Rivkin, Feinberg Consulting Inc.; Jodi Debbrecht Switalski, Switalski Law & Consulting; Steve Feldman, Feinberg Consulting Inc.; Dr. Elliot Wagenheim, forensic psychiatrist; Jan Anson, Oakland County Bar Association assistant executive director; and Dr. Ljubisa Dragovic, Oakland County chief forensic pathologist.  Sponsoring the conference were the Oakland County Medical Examiner’s Office, the Oakland County Bar Association Medical-Legal Committee, Oakland County Medical Society, Feinberg Consulting Inc., Foundations Recovery Network, The Huttenlocher Group, and Switalski Law &?Consulting.

– Photo by John Meiu