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Varnum Attorneys Named to Michigan Super Lawyers, Rising Stars and Florida Rising Stars

August 11, 2023

Several Varnum attorneys have been named to the 2023 Michigan Super Lawyers, Michigan Rising Stars and Florida Rising Stars lists.

Super Lawyers recognizes attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice. Inclusion is determined through a rigorous selection process involving third-party validation of professional accomplishments.

Varnum attorneys named to this year’s Michigan Super Lawyers and their areas of expertise include:

  • Brendan G. Best, Bankruptcy: Business
  • Adam J. Brody, Business Litigation
  • Jon M. Bylsma, Business Litigation
  • Ronald G. DeWaard, Criminal Defense: White Collar
  • Thomas W. Forster, Real Estate
  • Richard T. Hewlett, Construction Litigation
  • Robert E. Kass, Estate & Probate
  • Eric M. Nemeth, Tax
  • Michael Roth, Business Litigation
  • Perrin Rynders, Business Litigation
  • Elizabeth Wells Skaggs, Employment & Labor

Varnum attorneys named to Michigan Rising Stars, which recognized attorneys who are earlier in their practice, include:

  • Elliot Berlin, Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Kathleen A. Cieslik, Estate & Probate
  • Staci R. DeRegnaucourt, Intellectual Property
  • Gabriel Edelson, Business/Corporate
  • Herman D. Hofman, Business/Corporate
  • Robert M. Huff, Business/Corporate
  • Lauren Potocsky, Business Litigation
  • John J. Rolecki, Technology Transactions
  • Sam Vitale, General Litigation
  • Rebecca K. Wrock, Estate & Probate

In addition, Varnum attorney Steve Adamczyk, based in the firm’s Naples office, was named to Florida Rising Stars, for expertise in Real Estate.

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