PRESS RELEASES

  1. Governor appoints two new members to Oakland University Board of Trustees

    Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has announced the appointments of Trina Govan Scott of Southfield and Reverend Joseph “Joe” Jones of Grand Rapids to the Oakland University Board of Trustees.  

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  2. James Chryssikos Super Lawyers Selectee

    Troy based attorney, James Chryssikos, has been selected as a Michigan Super Lawyer in the area of family law for the third consecutive year.

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  3. 100 Women Who Care

    Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan receives $20,000 from 100 Women Who Care

    Group’s quarterly award to benefit Assault Survivor Kits® program

    ROCHESTER, Michigan, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2020: It’s not surprising when one nonprofit organization supports another, but in these unprecedented times – and when it’s more than $20,000 to benefit survivors of sexual assault – it is significant.

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  4. Secrest Wardle Celebrates Mark E. Morley’s Inclusion in Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s Class of 2020 “Hall of Fame”

    On September 3, 2020 Michigan Lawyers Weekly held a celebratory awards presentation for its “Hall of Fame” Class of 2020 via Zoom. Mark E. Morley, a Senior Partner located in Secrest Wardle’s Troy office, was among the 19 honorees recognized at the event.

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  5. Yeo & Yeo Recognized Among Michigan’s Best and Brightest in Wellness

    Saginaw, MI: For the seventh consecutive year, Yeo & Yeo has been selected as one of Michigan’s Best and Brightest in Wellness. The program highlights companies, schools, and organizations that promote a culture of wellness, as well as those that plan, implement and evaluate efforts in employee wellness to make their business and their community a healthier place to live and work.

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  6. Walsh Giving Day Exceeds Fundraising Goal for Student Support

    TROY, Mich.,  Walsh raised more than $63,000 during the inaugural Walsh Giving Day, exceeding fundraising goals and benefiting critical student programs including the Student Emergency Assistance Fund, which supports students who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Since Mar. 15, 2020, more than $129,000 has been raised exclusively for the Student Emergency Assistance Fund.

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  7. OLGA’S KITCHEN CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY WITH A PARTY ON ITS MOBILE APP THIS SEPTEMBER

    Beloved Michigan brand offers exclusive promotions, celebrating menu items where the Olga’s story began

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  8. Walsh Appoints Suzanne Siegle Provost and Executive Vice President

    TROY, Mich., – Walsh President and CEO Michael Levens, Ph.D., has announced the appointment of Suzanne M. Siegle, Ed.D., J.D., as provost and executive vice president effective Sept. 14, 2020. As provost, Siegle will oversee faculty, academic administration and support services, online and remote learning, library services and institutional research.

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  9. Secrest Wardle Celebrates Javon L. Williams Receiving Michigan Defense Trial Counsel’s 2020 Golden Gavel Award

    On August 20, 2020 Michigan Defense Trial Counsel (MDTC) held an awards presentation honoring its 2020 Legal Awards recipients including Javon L. Williams​, who received the Golden Gavel Award.

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  10. Oakland University alum wins award for costume design at national theatre festival

    Oakland University alum Matthew Carlsen recently won the 2020 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) National Award for Costume Design for his presentation/costume design work on OU’s fall 2019 production of Urinetown.

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