Smith Haughey is pleased to share that attorney Cheri Chandler has been awarded the Michigan Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates’ (ABOTA) Presidential Recognition Award. Cheri is the first-time recipient of the award, which is “in recognition of extraordinary contributions and dedication to furthering the mission of the American Board …Read more
Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge is pleased to announce that Ashley C. Quackenbush, an attorney in the firm’s Grand Rapids office, has been named to Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s 2020 class of Up & Coming Lawyers.
From nominations received state-wide, the Michigan Lawyers Weekly panel selects only 30 lawyers to hold this title annually. Selections…Read more
Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge is saddened to share the passing of one of the firm’s founding partners, David O. Haughey.
Mr. Haughey passed away in his home on Monday, October 19 at the age of 102.
“We were so sorry to learn of Dave’s passing,” said Smith Haughey CEO, Matt Wikander. “It’s always difficult to lose one of our own; Dave was a pill…
Ryne Takacs, a Smith Haughey medical malpractice attorney with a significant practice in the defense of long-term care and nursing home facilities and their employees, successfully defended two recent lawsuits against skilled nursing facilities, obtaining dismissal early in the litigation.
In the first matter, the plaintiff was admitted to our cli…Read more
Twenty-three attorneys from Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge were recently selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2021.
Below is the full listing of those recognized on this year’s list and their area(s) of practice. In addition, four Smith Haughey attorneys have been named “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers for 2021 (practice are…Read more