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March 15, 2007 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-03-15

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Business & Professional

Eric T. Weiss has
joined the law firm
of Finkel, Whitefield,
Selik, Ferrara &
Feldman P.C. of
Farmington Hills
as a shareholder.
is a tax attor-
ney whose practice
includes estate
planning, business planning and real
estate transactions. He joins the firm
after nearly 20 years at Bassey and
Selesko PLC in Southfield. He is a past
chair of the Taxation Section of the
State Bar. He has published articles
and is a frequent speaker on tax-
related topics.

Donald L. Katz
of Beverly Hills
has joined the
firm of Weisman
Young Schloss &
Ruemenapp PC as
senior counsel in the
Corporate Practice
Group. He has been
ranked nationally
the past two years for his aviation
expertise by Chambers USA: America's
Leading Lawyers for Business, a refer-
ral guide designed to present objec-
tively the best practicing corporate
law throughout the world.

Scott Goldman of
West Bloomfield, a
junior at Cooley Law
School in Lansing,
is a member of the
Mock Trial Team
that recently took
first place in a
regional competi-
tion in Seattle, Wash.
Goldman was recognized for deliver-
ing the best closing argument of all
the participants. The team will now
go on to the national competition in
New Orleans. Goldman is the son of
Barbara and David Goldman.

St. John Home Care recently elected
new members to the board of trustees.
Among them are Rabbi Joseph H.
Krakoff of Southfield and Cheryl
Weiss of Farmington Hills. Krakoff is
a rabbi at Congregation Shaarey Zedek
of Oakland County. Weiss is a teacher
in the Detroit Public Schools.

Mark Davidoff of West Bloomfield,
associated with Deloitte Financial
Advisory Services, has earned the des-
ignation of certified fraud examiner

from the Association
of Certified
Fraud Examiners.
According to the
association, Davidoff
met stringent
criteria" regarding
his knowledge and
practical experience
in criminology and
ethics, legal elements of fraud and
fraud investigation.



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Harriet Saperstein of Highland
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Inc. on March 31. There will be an
informal retirement open house
on Friday, March 30, at Revival
Tabernacle Community Center,
16455 Woodward Avenue, south
of McNichols, from 4:30-7 p.m. In
September, Saperstein will start
teaching at Wayne State University's
Center for Peace and Conflict Studies
and in the University of Detroit
Mercy's Master of Community
Development program under the
School of Architecture.

Fred S. Findling and the Royal
Oak-based Findling Law Firm PLC
are celebrating their 50th anniversary.
Findling became a member of the
State Bar of Michigan in January of
1957. The firm also hosts a weekly
radio show, "The Findling Law Hour:'
3-4 p.m. Saturdays on 97.1 FM.

William L. Rosin
has been elected to
the management
committee of the
Bloomfield Hills law
firm Dawda, Mann,
Mulcahy, Sadler
PLC. The committee
is responsible for
strategic direction
and management of the firm. Rosin's
practice also includes representing cli-
ents in the purchasing, selling, leasing
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