LANSING - Foster Swift attorneys Alex Ayar, Julie Fershtman, Lisa Hamameh, Frank Mamat and Jonathan Schwartz have been named to the 2016 Top Lawyers list by dBusiness magazine.
Alex Ayar is listed under commercial litigation. Ayar is a shareholder with Foster Swift and practices out of the firms Southfield office. Alex concentrates his work on complex litigation and has been recognized as a Michigan Super Lawyers,"Rising Star" since 2013.
Julie Fershtman is named a top lawyer in the area of Insurance Law. Julie is a shareholder at the firms Southfield office and concentrates her practice in the areas of insurance defense and coverage. Fershtman has been rated "AV Preeminent" by Martindale-Hubbell and has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America® since 2013.
Lisa Hamameh is listed under Municipal Law. Lisa is a shareholder at Foster Swift's Southfield office where she concentrates her work on municipal law, zoning and land use, liquor licensing law as well as condominium and homeowners' insurance law. Hamameh has been recognized by Michigan Super Lawyers for six consecutive years.
Frank Mamat is named a top lawyer in the area of Labor and Employment Law. Mamat is also a shareholder at Foster Swift and practices out of the Southfield office. Frank's work focuses primarily on complex labor issues. He has been listed as one of the top 100 labor lawyers in the U.S. by the Labor Relations Institute and has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America® since 2010 and rated "AV Preeminent" by Martindale-Hubbell.
Jonathan Schwartz is named a top lawyer in commercial litigation. Schwartz is a senior attorney at Foster Swift and practices out of the firm's Southfield office. Jonathan's work focuses on representing companies and individuals in business, complex commercial, employment, real estate and entertainment litigation matters. He was recognized as a Michigan Super Lawyers, "Rising Star" from 2013-2015.
The dBusiness Top Lawyers list is a peer review survey that polls 19,000 attorneys in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw and Livingston counties. Each attorney is asked to nominate lawyers among 48 legal specialties.