A team of Smith Haughey attorneys and paralegals, led by Tom McCarthy and Jack Oostema, recently successfully defended a major international law firm in a multi-year litigation and arbitration proceeding that involved a dispute over a former partner’s ownership interest in the firm and a large damage claim. The arbitration panel ruled in our client…Read more
Smith Haughey attorney Chris Berry and a trial team from the firm’s Muskegon office successfully represented our client, a local township, in a recent case before the Michigan Court of Appeals. The trial court had entered judgment against our client. Smith Haughey appealed the decision, seeking a peremptory reversal of the trial court’s decision. S…Read more
A West Michigan jury took only 19 minutes to render a verdict for the defense in a case alleging a family medicine physician negligently injured his patient. Smith Haughey attorney Carol Carlson and a seasoned litigation team successfully tried the case to verdict.Read more
Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge is pleased to announce the election of a new Chief Executive Officer, two new members of its board of directors, and the addition of a new shareholder. With these changes the firm continues to pass the mantle of leadership to the next generation.
“Like many law firms, Smith Haughey is facing the approaching retire…Read more
Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge is pleased to announce that attorney Matthew J. Wiebe has joined the firm and will be practicing in its business and real estate practice group in the Holland office. Matthew practices business, securities, and real estate law, including nonprofit and for-profit entity formation and governance.
Matthew earned his Ba…Read more