Ven Johnson Law expands Detroit office, adds new team members

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Ven Johnson Law, PLC, is further investing in Detroit by reconfiguring and expanding its office in the historic Buhl Building located at 535 Griswold Street to accommodate its growing team. The firm added approximately 8,000 square feet to its existing 5,000 sq.-foot footprint, creating 16 new workstations, two conference rooms and 11 private offices, many of which overlook the Detroit River. The firm has been in the Buhl Building since 2012.

Attorneys Jeffrey Stewart and David Shiener along with paralegal Tiffani Gagne joined the firm on September 1, 2020, and attorneys Solomon Radner and Madelyne Sinkovich and paralegal Katie Moore joined on November 1, 2020. The new team members enhance the capabilities of the firm’s police misconduct, civil rights, product liability, medical malpractice and personal injury practice areas. Ven Johnson Law now employs 49 people across its offices in Detroit, Flint and Grand Rapids.

“When I started this firm, I knew we had to be in Detroit, and I had my eye on the Buhl Building. This neo-Gothic structure has been a cornerstone of Detroit’s financial district since the late 1800s.” said Ven Johnson, president of Ven Johnson Law. “A growing team and client base called for the need to remodel and expanded our office to include the best technology and workspace to fight for our clients.”

New technology enables staff to remotely connect with colleagues and clients anywhere in the world. The additional offices and workstations accommodate new staff and enlarged conference rooms provide clients more comfortable meeting space.

D’Angelo Construction, which specializes in the commercial, retail and institutional markets, constructed the new Ven Johnson Law office with Stephen Sussman Architect & Associates. Birmingham Interior Designer, Jeffrey King Interiors was hired to do the interior.

For more information, visit www.venjohnsonlaw.com or call 855-VEN-FIGHTS.


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