Duly Noted

Bruce Young named to ‘Senior Neighbors 16 Over 60’   


Warner Norcross + Judd LLP partner Bruce C. Young has been named to the 2020 class of Senior Neighbors 16 Over 60 that will be honored during a gala and awards ceremony on Nov. 18 at Frederik Meijer Gardens.

Young concentrates his practice on corporate and transactional work and succession planning. He is a member of Warner’s Private Client and Family Office Practice Group, chairs its Opinion Review Committee, and previously led the Closely Held Business Practice Group.

He has received numerous awards, including recognition by Best Lawyers since 2013 as a top attorney in Grand Rapids in Closely Held Companies and Family Business, Business Organizations and Corporate Law.

Young is a member of the Economic Club of Grand Rapids, Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce, Grand Rapids Rotary Club and board member and secretary of the Family Business Alliance; and serves on the boards of the Michigan Crossroads Council and President Ford Field Service Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
 
 

Bodman earns Chambers kudos for private wealth law 


The journal Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) has ranked Bodman PLC as one of Michigan’s top law firms for services to high net worth individuals and families and their closely held businesses.

Bodman is one of three law firms based in Michigan to be ranked at the highest “Band One” level for private wealth law.

Bodman attorneys listed in the 2020 edition include David P. Larsen and Andrew H. Curoe of the Detroit office and Anthony P. Cracchiolo and Marguerite Munson Lentz of the Troy office.  For 2020, Larsen is one of only six Michigan attorneys ranked at the Band One level as an individual.

The firm’s clients include some of Michigan’s most well-known families, as well as business owners, executives, athletes, and other professionals seeking to minimize the tax burden on their heirs, make significant charitable donations, or complete complex personal transactions.