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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-08-11

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24 August 11 gi 2011

Jeff Kravitz, of
Jeffrey R. Kravitz
PLLC, presented a
workshop on "Lease
at the Michigan
Bar Association's
Real Property Law
Section Summer
Conference in
Traverse City on July 22. He discussed
the issues that tenants, landlords and
lenders face when a tenant requests
a lease modification due to the
economy. Jeffrey R. Kravitz PLLC is a
full-service commercial real estate law
practice located in Bloomfield Hills.

Eric S. Glick, an
attorney with the
Bingham Farms-
based law firm of
Thav Gross PC, was
named a Five Star
Wealth Manager for
the second consecu-
tive year by Hour
Detroit magazine
(June 2011) and DBusiness magazine
(July/August, 2011) for his work in the
areas of estate planning and business

Attorney Barry F.
LaKritz, of the Law
Offices of Barry
F. LaKritz P.C. in
Bloomfield Hills,
has been chosen
as a Top 100 Trial
Lawyer for 2011 by
the National Trial
Lawyers Association.
Additionally, Martindale-Hubbell, the
National Peer Review Rating Service
whose evaluations emanate from the
bench and the bar, have bestowed to
LaKritz, in its 2011 edition, the AV
Preeminent Rating, emblematic of the
highest possible rating in both legal
ability and ethical standards.

Jeffrey S. Aronoff of
Huntington Woods,
a principal in the
Detroit office of the
law firm of Miller
Canfield, has been
selected for the
Marshall Memorial
Fellowship, which
sends emerging
professional and community leaders
on a 24-day tour of several European
cities to meet with various political,
business, cultural and community
leaders to exchange best practices. At
Miller Canfield, Aronoff specializes
in all types of public finance, includ-
ing municipal infrastructure finance,

economic development finance and
school finance.

Michael H. Traison,
a principal in the
law firm of Miller
Canfield's Chicago
and Detroit offices,
through the
Michael H. Traison
Fund for Poland,
the sixth edi-
tion of the International Teachers'
Summer Institute "Teaching about
the Holocaust:' held at Jagiellonian
University in Krakow, Poland, July 1-7.
The program included a one-day study
visit to the State Museum Auschwitz-
Birkenau, as well the International Youth
Meeting Centre in Oswiecim/Auschwitz
and Auschwitz Jewish Centre.

Maddin, Hauser,
Wartell, Roth &
Heller P.C. President
and CEO Steve
Sallen was recently
among the fea-
tured panelists at
the International
Council of Shopping
Center (ISCS)
2011 Michigan Idea Exchange at the
Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Sallen, who concentrates his practice in
the areas of real estate law, environmen-
tal law and corporate law, participated
in a discussion on "My Loan Went to the
Special Servicer. Now What?"

David Jaffe of Birmingham, general
counsel and secretary for Guardian
Industries, has been named a vice
president of the multinational com-
pany headquartered in Auburn Hills.
Before Guardian, Jaffe was a partner at
Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn.
He is a member of the executive com-
mittee of WS and a trustee of Music
Hall Center for the Performing Arts.

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