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 David Trott enters into agreement to sell law firm to three partners

David Trott, the Republican nominee for Michigan’s 11th Congressional District, announced last week that he had entered into an agreement to sell his interest in Farmington Hills-based Trott & Trott, P.C., a real estate finance law firm, to his partners Jeffrey Raff, Marcy Ford and Jeff Weisserman. The financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.

“I have not played a substantive role in either the leadership or operations of the law firm for several years,” said Trott. “Jeff Raff has been serving as managing partner since 2012. Marcy Ford chairs and leads the Trott Executive Committee. And, Jeff Weisserman, who joined the firm as general counsel in 2003, will continue in that capacity. The firm is in good hands with these strong leaders.”
 
Trott, who won the Republican nomination for Michigan’s 11th Congressional District last Tuesday, when he defeated one-term incumbent Kerry Bentivolio, plans to focus 100 percent of his attention on November’s general election.

“Marcy, Jeff and the entire Trott & Trott team wish David the very best,” said Raff. “He is going to be a great congressman. And I have no doubt that his contributions in Washington will have a substantial positive impact on both our state and our country.”

Trott & Trott was founded in 1976 by David’s father, Robert Trott. David joined the firm in 1985 after graduating from the University of Michigan and Duke University Law School.
 

RESTORE fund-raiser planned for August 13

The RESTORE Foundation, which provides funding support for the drug court programs in Oakland County, will host a dinner on Wednesday, Aug. 13 at the new Bill’s restaurant in Bloomfield Hills. The restaurant, which is part of the Roberts Restaurant Group, is located at 39556 Woodward, just south of Long Lake Road.
 
Seatings will be offered at 5, 6, 7, and 8 p.m. and is limited to the first 50 reservations. The cost is $100 per person or a larger donation of your choice, and includes dinner and drinks. All proceeds from the event will aid the adult and juvenile drug treatment courts, according to retired Oakland County Circuit Judge Edward Sosnick, head of the
RESTORE Foundation. 

RSVP to Judge Sosnick  at esosnick@spclaw.com by August 11. For more information, he can be reached at (248) 646-0888.
 

WCCDBA to hold  Annual Golf Outing

The Wayne County Criminal Defense Bar Association will host its Second Annual Golf Outing on Friday, Aug. 15, at the Warren Valley Golf Club in Dearborn Heights.  The 9-hole outing will feature a scramble format and will begin at 2 p.m. The cost for 9 holes of golf, cart, and dinner is $75. Those not playing golf can purchase “dinner only” tickets for $30.  Dinner will begin shortly after completion of the golfing.  Foursomes are invited or the WCCDBA will arrange foursomes. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Motor City Blight Busters. Door prizes will be awarded during the dinner festivities.  For further information, contact WCCDBA President Susan Reed at 313-468-0990, Bill Winters at 313-510-3316, or Christopher Blount at 313-623-5744. 

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