Duly Noted

Homa joins Sinas Dramis in Grand Rapids office

Attorney Jonathon (Jon) Homa of Sinas Dramis Law Firm has moved his practice from Lansing to Grand Rapids, joining personal injury attorney Tom Sinas in the downtown office, expanding the firm’s service to West Michigan.

A civil trial attorney representing plaintiffs in a wide range of personal injury matters, Homa focuses his practice primarily on mass tort and complex litigation cases including sexual assault, product liability, auto accidents, and more.

He has been an important member of the legal team representing survivors of the Nassar-MSU sexual assault scandal, the Flint Water Crisis, and Roundup cases against Monsanto, and continues to represent clients in high-profile matters.

In 2020 and 2021, he was recognized by The National Trial Lawyers as a “Top 40 Under 40” Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyer in Michigan.

An alumnus of WMU-Cooley Law School, Homa will continue representing personal injury victims throughout the state and in national-level cases as well.

 

'Pretrial Motions for the Novice' offered June 29
 

The Criminal Defense Association of Michigan will present the webinar “Pretrial Motions for the Novice” via Zoom 11 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, June 29.

This online program will feature James Piazza, Saginaw County public defender. There will be time for Q&A.

Registrants join by clicking the Zoom registration link provided in the automatically generated email sent upon completion of webinar registration. Those attending must use their registration name to ensure admittance to the webinar. Zoom will then email a direct link to the webinar. No passcode will be needed.  Registrants should allow extra time to complete this process and to make certain that they can log in to the webinar and hear everything.  For those who cannot attend the webinar, it will be available for on demand viewing.

Cost for the webinar is $30. To register, visit: https://cdam.wildapricot.org.



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