We are proud to announce the addition of Emily J. Scholler as an Associate Attorney.
Ms. Scholler’s particular focus is in the areas of Business and Tax law as well as Estate Planning and Trust Administration. Ms. Scholler’s expertise includes corporate, commercial and taxation matters, business formation and operations, mergers and acquisitions and other commercial transactions.
Integral with Ms. Scholler’s corporate practice is providing clients with estate- and succession-planning advice.
Ms. Scholler has more than four years of experience practicing business and tax law prior to joining Lipson Neilson. In addition, Ms. Scholler previously clerked at the State of Michigan Tax Tribunal and worked at the State of Michigan Corporations Division.
A graduate of the University of Michigan, Ms. Scholler earned her J.D. at Michigan State University College of Law and also earned her LLM in taxation at New York University.
Lipson Neilson Cole Seltzer & Garin partner, Joseph Garin has been named Co-Chair of the Lawyer Professional Liability Committee to The Claims and Litigation Management (CLM) Alliance.
The Claims and Litigation Management (CLM) Alliance is the only national organization created to meet the needs of professionals in the claims and litigation management industries. Founded in 2007, the CLM currently has approximately 20,000 Members and Fellows.
The Professional Liability Committee assists its members in obtaining a higher awareness of issues and trends in the professional liability insurance marketplace. The Committee emphasizes matters related to litigation management through a collaborative effort between insurance companies and brokerages, claims organizations and service providers.
Garin was also a panelist at the 2012 State Bar of Nevada Ethics Year in Review on December 10. The program covered recent developments in legal ehtics and risk management topics.
The Michigan Supreme Court has appointed Lipson, Neilson Cole, Seltzer & Garin, P.C. Managing Partner Jeffrey Neilson as one of nine commissioners named to the Attorney Grievance Commission (AGC).
The AGC is the organization that investigates and commences misconduct proceedings against attorneys licensed in Michigan. Established in 1978 there are nine members that serve the AGC on a voluntary basis and are appointed by the Supreme Court. The AGC also employs a staff that includes attorneys and investigators.