Duly Noted

Healthcare attorney joins Dickinson Wright
Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce the addition of Brian S. Fleetham as a Member in the firm’s Grand Rapids office.
Fleetham specializes in health law, general business and corporate law. He has extensive experience representing physicians and other health care providers on business transactions, contracts, corporate governance, arrangements with hospitals and other facilities, and regulatory matters such as Stark, HIPAA, fraud and abuse, and compliance matters.
Fleetham is a member of the State Bar of Michigan’s Health Law and Business Sections. He is also a member of the Grand Rapids Bar Association and the American Health Lawyers Association. He is listed in Best Lawyers in America, Michigan Super Lawyers, and selected by Best Lawyers as the “Lawyer of the Year” for Grand Rapids Health Care Law in 2012. In the community, Fleetham is a member of the Board of Directors for Health Intervention Services and a volunteer coach for Rockford Community youth sports.
He received his B.A., summa cum laude, from Hillsdale College and his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.

Scott named fellow of State Bar Foundation

 James L. Scott, a partner at the law firm of Warner Norcross & Judd LLP, has been named a fellow of the Michigan State Bar Foundation. The foundation extends fellowship to lawyers who demonstrate “outstanding legal ability and devotion to community.”  Membership is invitation-only and limited each year to a select number of attorneys.  Fellows work to support the Foundation, which provides leadership and grants to improve access for all to the justice system, including support for civil legal aid to the poor, law-related education and conflict resolution.
Scott concentrates his practice on technology and intellectual property, with a focus on trademark, copyright and domain name acquisition and enforcement.  He represents clients in numerous industries, including the Internet, consumer goods, automotive supply, furniture, health care, food, insurance, financial services and others, as well as non-profits.
Scott is a member of the International Trademark Associa-
tion, the International Technology Law Association, the American Intellectual Property Law Asso-
ciation, Automation Alley and aimWest. He serves on the Preg-
nancy Resource Center board.
More than 1,600 lawyers have been elected as fellows since the Michigan State Bar Foundation was established in 1947. The Foundation recognizes the legal profession’s responsibilities to the public and has made more than $93 million in grants to support civil legal aid to low-income families and vulnerable people, as well as law-related education and conflict-resolution projects.