Mike, who practices in the firm's Holland office, will also serve on the museum's collections committee, which reviews and accepts new items of history and significance.
"I think having passion and pride for where you live is good for the communit…Read more
Smith Haughey attorney Cheryl Chandler has been named the 2019 recipient of the Michigan Defense Trial Counsel’s (MDTC) Excellence in Defense Award. This award is designed to honor civil defense counsel who have “through their professionalism, intelligence, creativity, judgment, personality, sensitivity, civility, advocacy skills, community involve…Read more
In December 2018 Smith Haughey attorneys Mark Gilchrist and Charlie Pike obtained dismissal of all claims against our client, Great Lakes Contracting, in a case involving large potential damages. This case involved a hotly contested statutory interpretation issue regarding the statute of limitations, and Smith Haughey attorneys were successful in c…Read more
In Hooker v Moore, 2018 WL 6517607 (Dec 11, 2018), the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Smith Haughey client Jeremy Hooker. Mr. Hooker had submitted a petition to recall the Muskegon County Drain Commissioner. The Board of State Canvassers (Board) determined that the recall petition was factual and sufficiently clear, and the Drain Commi…Read more
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