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Brower recognized as Leader in the Law

Miller Johnson attorney Robert D. Brower is recognized by Michigan Lawyers Weekly as one of 30 “Leaders in the Law” for Michigan. He will be honored at an awards reception held at the Detroit Marriott on March 21.
Leaders in the Law must meet six criteria: exemplify the noble tradition of the legal profession, inspire and lead others with their skill and character as well as being astute, wise, knowledgeable and successful. Miller Johnson partner Jon Muth says, “Lawyers who practice in the probate arena do not typically receive the notoriety of those who practice in courts of general jurisdiction. But in his area of expertise, Bob has long been recognized by his peers as one of the top few law-
yers in the state... both a wise coun-
selor and an effective litigator.”
Brower’s practice focuses on business and estate planning, probate and trust administration, and contested estate matters. He earned his J.D. from The University of Michigan Law School in 1972. Brower was Managing Member at Miller Johnson 1992-2000. He is a Fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and on its Fiduciary Litigation Committee.


Fitzgerald named a Leader in the Law

Sean P. Fitzgerald, a partner at Kreis, Enderle, Hudgins & Borsos, P. C., has been recognized as a 2013 Leader in the Law honoree by Michigan Lawyers Weekly, one of 30 selected based on actively representing their clients, succeeding in the legal profession, displaying strength of character, and being leaders in the legal/Michigan community.
Fitzgerald has 27 years experience practicing in the fields of commercial litigation, real estate tax appeals, civil litigation, creditor rights, receivership law, and probate and trust litigation.
While attending St. Louis University School of Law, he studied abroad at Vrije Universi-
teit in Brussels and The Hague Academy of International Law.