- April 18, 2019Butzel Long attorney Raul Rangel interviewed by GlobalAutoIndustry.com on Labor and Employment issues disrupting Mexico's Automotive Supply Chains
GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview, “Labor and Employment Issues are Causing Major Disruption in Mexico’s Automotive Supply Chains” features Raul Rangel.April 17, 2019Former Butzel Long Chairman and CEO, William M. Saxton, who was a 60-plus year career attorney with the firm, passes away
DETROIT, Mich. – Former Butzel Long Chairman and CEO William M. Saxton, who had a 60-plus year career with the firm, passed away on April 15, 2019 in Arizona. Most recently, Saxton was Counsel and a Director Emeritus of Butzel Long.April 17, 2019Butzel Long attorney Michelle R.E. Donovan quoted by WXYZ: Dozens rally outside medical marijuana dispensary in Walled Lake
WALLED LAKE, Mich. (WXYZ-TV) — Dozens of medical marijuana patients joined caregivers and dispensary owners at a rally Wednesday in Walled Lake.April 17, 2019Butzel Long attorney Michelle R.E. Donovan quoted by Fox 2 Detroit: Medical marijuana patients protesting legislation that could close dispensaries by June 1
WALLED LAKE, Mich. (FOX 2) - As the legality over marijuana changes, the debate over access is now amplifying.April 16, 2019Butzel Long attorney Michelle R.E. Donovan quoted in the Detroit News article "Pot growers, retailers clash as industry takes shape"
River Rouge — Cannabis became Lisa Kirch's "savior" when she got her medical marijuana card in June after a decade of debilitating post-traumatic stress, bipolar disorders, and anxiety.April 3, 2019
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. – Geoffrey S. Gallinger, Attorney and Shareholder, Butzel Long, has been elected to a one-year term as President and member of the Board of Directors of the Detroit Athletic Club, one of the finest private clubs in the country.March 28, 2019Butzel Long attorney Rebecca Davies interviewed on "Statewide with Cynthia Canty" on Michigan's Paid Medical Leave Act
Butzel Long Shareholder Rebecca Davies who specializes in employment law, was interviewed on "Stateside with Cynthia Canty" on Michigan's New Paid Medical Leave Act.March 27, 2019Butzel Long attorney Geaneen Arends named to serve on the Detroit Regional Chamber's Detroit Board Leadership Program Advisory Board
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long attorney and shareholder Geaneen M. Arends has been named to serve on the Advisory Board for the Detroit Board Leadership Program (DBLP).March 26, 2019Butzel Long attorney Bernie Fuhs interviewed on WJR's Frank Beckmann Show on Michael Avenatti being charged by federal prosecutors for an attempted extortionMarch 25, 2019Butzel Long attorney Mark R. Lezotte to receive the 2019 United Cerebral Palsy National Chair’s Award on March 25 in Chicago
DETROIT, Mich. – Mark Lezotte, a leading southeast Michigan health care attorney with Butzel Long, will receive the 2019 United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) National Chair’s Award on March 25, 2019 during the nonprofit’s national conference in Chicago.March 21, 2019Butzel Long attorney Jennifer Dukarski discusses privacy and liability on NPR's Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal - "Volvo says driver-facing cameras are key to cutting crashes"
Volvo’s website carries a statement from CEO and President Håkan Samuelsson: "Our vision is that by 2020 no one should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo car."March 18, 2019Butzel Long attorney Reginald Pacis featured during Philippine Nurses Association Annual Spring Educational Conference on April 13 in Troy
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long immigration law attorney Reginald A. Pacis will be a featured speaker during the Philippine Nurses Association (PNAM) Annual Spring Educational Conference on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Troy Beaumont Hospital. Pacis will discuss immigration issues for nurses.March 14, 2019
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long attorney Ivonne M. Soler was a featured speaker during a seminar presented by the Mexican Consulate in Detroit on March 4, 2019 at Wayne State University. The seminar focused on Women’s Empowerment. Soler discussed the use of the law as a tool for the empowerment of women.March 11, 2019
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long senior attorney Mark W. Jane will officially swear in as President of the Washtenaw County Bar Association (the “WCBA”) on Thursday, April 11, 2019 during the Annual Meeting at the Ann Arbor City Club.March 8, 2019
Rival lawsuits filed over marijuana licenses in Walled LakeMarch 3, 2019Butzel Long attorney Reggie Pacis quoted in Crain's Detroit Business on delays and denials for visa petitions
Tougher scrutiny by immigration officials of foreign workers seeking visas is tying the hands of businesses trying to fill high-skill jobs, local immigration attorneys say.March 3, 2019Butzel Long attorney Reggie Pacis quoted in Crain's Detroit Business on renegotiated NAFTA and its impact on immigration rules
When President Donald Trump signed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement Nov. 30, it raised concerns among company leaders and the foreign nationals they employ about who would have legal work status in this country.March 1, 2019Butzel Long attorney Jennifer Dukarski discusses Connected, Assisted, and Automated vehicles at CES2019 Connected2Car
Safety performance technology has come a long way and is an emerging market for aftermarket ADAS products and features that offer consumers customized and personalized experiences for connected, assisted and automated driving, as well as providing improved safety for everyone.February 28, 2019Jump to Page
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel Long has added Steve Ratliff as the firm’s new Chief Information Officer. In addition, Vanessa Crocetto has been promoted to Chief Marketing Officer; Joanne Klimko is now Chief Administrative Officer; and Lori Thomas has been promoted to Chief Human Resources Officer.February 28, 2019Butzel Long attorney Michelle R.E. Donovan joins panel at the Detroit Regional Chamber Policy Conference on the topic of "The Business of Cannabis."
DETROIT (WXYZ) — What is your vision of Detroit in 2030? How will the city lead in education, job growth and mobility as a service? Those were the questions asked by organizers of the Detroit Policy Conference.Page: