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In the new issue of Michigan Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

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In the new issue of Michigan Super Lawyers & Rising Stars
  • Jon Muth of Miller Johnson, who tells us, among other things, what it was like representing Morris Dees and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
  • R. Terrance Rader of Rader, Fishman & Grauer, the intellectual property attorney who ended up with Neil Young, Farrah Fawcett and KISS as clients.
  • David Haron of Frank, Haron, Weiner & Navarro, who describes what it’s like to represent whistleblowers.
  • And Sue Ellen Eisenberg of Sue Ellen Eisenberg and Associates, who helped write federal guidelines for workplace harassment.

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