Grand Rapids, Mich. - Wolverine Building Group of Grand Rapids has begun the interior build-out of the Flat Iron Building on Monroe Center with a projected completion date of early November.
"We are thrilled to be one step closer to moving into the Flat Iron Building, which is Grand Rapids' oldest commercial building," says Bill Scarbrough, Smith H…Read more
Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge has been named one of Michigan's "Economic Bright Spots" by Corp! Magazine.
The annual award recognizes 50 Michigan businesses for their success and focus on service, innovation, and utilizing Michigan talent. The firm and other recipients were honored by Corp! at a recent breakfast program in Troy.
With offices thro…Read more
Grand Rapids, Mich. - Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge is pleased to announce the creation of the firm's Thomas M. Weibel Trial Advocacy Scholarship. This annual scholarship will allow a young attorney in the firm to attend an intensive program provided by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.
The scholarship was created in memory of the late Th…Read more
Tom McCarthy was invited to speak at the annual meeting of the American Society of Trial Consultants in New Orleans on June 9.
In addition to being a trial lawyer, Tom is also a guitar player and songwriter. He engaged the audience of trial lawyers and consultants by describing how the tools and techniques used by songwriters to write compelling an…Read more
Grand Rapids Mich. — William W. Jack, a shareholder with the law firm of Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge, has been awarded the first annual Hillman Award, presented by the Hillman Advocacy Program. The award was given in recognition of Bill’s many years of service, contribution, dedication, and commitment to developing trial lawyers through the Hil…Read more