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December 27, 2007 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-12-27

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Salesin

Gutman

Bigelman

Stephen L. Gutman of Franklin
and Jerrold M. Bigelman of West
Bloomfield have joined the staff of
Detroit-based law firm of Bodman
LLP in the tax and business law
practices. In addition to tax matters,
Gutman represents individuals in
estate planning matters. Bigelman
focuses his practice, among other
areas, in the fields of qualified and
nonqualified employee benefit plans
ands exempt organizations.

Wolcok

Jacobs

The Southfield firm
of Maddin, Hauser,
Wartell, Roth &
Heller PC has five
attorneys listed in
The Best Lawyers
in America 2008
and/or Michigan
Super Lawyers
Hart
2007. Named are
Charles Lax of
West Bloomfield, Steven Wolcok
of Beverly Hills, Lowell Salesin of
Bloomfield Hills, John Jacobs of
Huntington Woods David Hart of
Huntington Woods.

Joel L. Piell of
West Bloomfield,
senior counsel in
the Detroit office
of Miller Canfield,
was recently elected
chair of the board
of directors of the
Piell
Municipal Advisory
Council of Michigan.
Piell practices public law, including
municipal finance and bond law,
municipal law and public authority
finance law.

Ira J. Jaffe of
Farmington Hills,
a full-time and
founding partner
of Southfield-based
Jaffe Raitt Heuer &
Weiss, PC, has been
named in The Best
Jaffe
Lawyers in America
for 2008. Jaffe spe-
cializes in business and real estate
planning.

Stacy Goldberg of
West Bloomfield has
founded A Weigh of
Life, Inc., a private
practice in nutri-
tional health and
overall well being.
Goldberg has been
Goldberg
a practicing nutri-
tional consultant
and registered nurse in the Detroit
area since 1999. The office is in the
Beaumont Medical Center in West
Bloomfield.

Harvey I. Hauer
of West Bloomfield,
founder and presi-
dent of Hauer &
Snover, a Bingham
Farms law firm,
devoted exclusively
to the practice of
Hauer
family law, has been
selected for inclu-
sion in Law & Politics Michigan Super
Lawyers for the second consecutive
year.

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