News & Events
Check out what's going on at Foster Swift. Our attorneys are frequent speakers at professional, business and trade association conferences. Learn more about our news and events below.
Foster Swift is pleased to announce that attorney Julie Fershtman will receive the Jean King Leadership Award from the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan (WLAM) on April 27 during its 100th anniversary Centennial Gala at the Colony Club in Detroit.
Foster Swift litigation attorney, Robert A. Easterly, has been chosen for the Davis-Dunnings Bar Association’s (DDBA) Rising Star award. Founded in 1981, the DDBA provides support to African-American attorneys in Mid-Michigan by providing networking and professional development opportunities.
Foster Swift attorneys will be among the judges at the 2018 Central Michigan University New Venture Competition (NVC) on April 13. In its 8th year, the NVC allows teams made of CMU students the opportunity to pitch a business idea, receive feedback and possibly earn seed funding to make their vision a reality.
In an order issued March 30, 2018, the Michigan Supreme Court denied an appeal by the Berrien County Sheriff’s Department, which had argued that its gun range was exempt from the requirements of Coloma Charter Township’s zoning ordinance.
Upcoming Appearances & Events
Foster Swift attorneys will be in attendance at the 65th Annual Michigan Township Association Educational Conference & Expo. The conference takes place April 23-26 at the Grand Traverse Resort located in Acme township. Attendees will learn innovative solutions, processes and ideas to affect greatness in their community.
Foster Swift estate planning attorneys, Nicolas Camargo, Matthew Fedor and Trevor Weston, will be among the presenters at two upcoming probate seminars. These seminars are entitled The Probate Process from Start to Finish. These seminars are hosted by the National Business Institute (NBI).
Foster Swift presents the 2018 Developing Labor & Employment Law Update on Wednesday, May 9. This complimentary, day-long educational program is a practical means for employers to learn how changes implemented or proposed in 2017 could impact their businesses going forth into 2018.