Archive for Author: mpeterson

Brooks Kushman Intellectual Property Litigation Attorney Frank A. Angileri Honored as a 2015 “Leader in the Law”

Brooks Kushman Shareholder, Frank A. Angileri, has been named a 2015 “Leader in the Law” by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. Angileri will be recognized along with 30 other honorees at the 2015 Leaders in the Law award ceremony hosted by Michigan Lawyers Weekly on March 26, 2015 in Troy. “We couldn’t...

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Durr to Consolidate Area Operations, Invest $40M in Southfield Facility

DBusiness By: DBusiness Daily News Durr Systems, a Germany-based engineering company, will invest $40 million in its new home in Southfield, consolidating operations from Auburn Hills, Plymouth, and Wixom into a single location. The move to a former DTE call center on Northwestern Highway, likely to occur in early...

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BlueWater Technologies Kicks Off Tech 248 in 2015

Last month BlueWater Technologies hosted the first Tech248 event of 2015 which attracted over 100 Oakland County participants representing numerous technological companies and institutions. Jeff Day, BlueWater Technologies Executive Vice President, spoke at the event about BlueWater’s capabilities in addition to the future of experiential marketing and events. “There’s...

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Pepper Hamilton Partner Kay Standridge Kress Interviewed by Michigan Lawyers Weekly

Kay Standridge Kress, a partner in Pepper Hamilton‘s Detroit office, was featured in the January 12, 2015 article, “A Sidebar With Kay Standridge Kress”, published in Michigan Lawyers Weekly. This article focuses on Ms. Kress being appointed chair of the Business Bankruptcy Committee of the Business Law Section of the American Bar...

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Annual Survey Underway to Benchmark Employer-Provided Benefits Trends in Michigan

The Michigan office of Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC, formerly McGraw Wentworth, has launched its 12th annual Southeast Michigan Mid-Market Group Benefits Survey. The free survey will provide company leadership and human resources professionals with trend data to understand the leading benefit strategies implemented by area employers and to...

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Cygnus Systems to Host Various Technology Events in Southfield

Cygnus Systems recently moved to Southfield taking up 10,000 square feet of space in the 123.Net building, central to Southfield’s growing technology hub. The office resides on the sixth floor with the option to expand an additional 10,000 square feet. The company utilizes IT support services, cloud services, carrier...

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MIC Customs Solutions Expands Southfield Presence

MIC Customs Solutions, headquartered in Southfield’s Travelers Towers, are renewing their lease for several more years and moving into a larger space within the building. The new space will have a kitchen, an additional office and conference room. Currently the company is located on the 11th floor. The move...

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$5 million bequest to fund Lawrence Tech engineering scholarships

A bequest that exceeds $5 million will be used to fund full scholarships for engineering students at Lawrence Technological University. The money comes from a trust established by George and Dorothea G. Mink of Clinton Township. Mrs. Mink died in May 2013, and her husband, a former student, died...

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Henry Ford Trade School Alumni Association creates Lawrence Tech scholarship fund

The Henry Ford Trade School Alumni Association has donated $750,000 to create an endowed scholarship fund for undergraduate mechanical engineering students at Lawrence Technological University. The donation is among the top 10 largest gifts ever received by the University to establish an endowed scholarship, and the largest for scholarships...

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