Grand Rapids, Mich. - William W. Jack, a shareholder in the Grand Rapids office of Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge, has been named recipient of the 2009 Respected Advocate Award presented by the Michigan Association for Justice.
This prestigious award is presented annually to an attorney who has a "history of success in civil litigation matters, u…Read more
A free event for design professionals, contractors, and sub-contractors.
Part 1: Mock Arbitration - "So you think your case is a sure winner?"
Practical problems routinely arise throughout the construction process. And it's not uncommon for a seemingly small issue to evolve into a large problem during arbitration.
During this program, you'll wi…Read more
Grand Rapids, Mich., March 2, 2009 - E. Thomas McCarthy, Jr., of Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge, has been named "Grand Rapids Best Lawyers Personal Injury Litigator of the Year". He received this honor as a result of consistently being rated by his peers at the top of the Personal Injury Litigation field.
The focus of Tom's trial practice is the …Read more
On November 21, 2011, Smith Haughey will open its doors at 100 Monroe Center NW, otherwise known as the Flat Iron Building, in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids. The Flat Iron Building is a nationally registered historic landmark building that was built around 1860. It is the second oldest building in Grand Rapids. Smith Haughey will occupy a main…Read more
In 1999, colleagues Tim Kenny, John Bender and Enda McDonnell asked each other a simple question: "What can we give back as a token of gratitude for our success?" And with that question, an idea was born. For this month’s Final Friday, Smith Haughey will be collecting Jeans Day donations to donate to the largest private funder of childhood cancer r…Read more