Duly Noted


Bloom Sluggett Morgan, PC, introduces new firm name and welcomes new attorney

As they approach their five-year anniversary, Bloom Sluggett Morgan, PC is pleased to announce that effective immediately, the firm will be formally known as Bloom Sluggett, PC.

 In addition, the firm welcomes attorney Jim Komondy, a 2002 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, who will be assisting municipal clients with regard to both personal and real property tax matters, appeals to the Michigan Tax Tribunal, issues involving special assessment districts, ordinance enforcement and similar matters.

Komondy has assisted public sector and municipal clients throughout Michigan with a variety of issues over his career. He also practices at the appellate level; in both the circuit court where he has worked successfully to uphold the ordinances of local municipalities against constitutional and evidentiary challenges; and in the Court of Appeals where he has successfully defended clients in matters ranging from easement disputes and riparian rights to constitutional issues.

Komondy is a member of the Michigan Association of Municipal Attorneys, the Michigan Municipal League, and the Michigan Assessors Association. He has been listed as a Rising Star, General Litigation, in Michigan Super Lawyers.

Komondy is a member of Rotary Club and is on the Fund Development Board of the Kent District Library.

Bloom Sluggett specializes in public sector, municipal, taxation, real estate and riparian/water law. The firm’s lawyers represent clients throughout Michigan. More information can be found at their new website, www.bloomsluggett.com.
The firm consists of four attorneys: in addition to Komondy, they are Cliff Bloom, Jeff Sluggett, and (former Judge) Mike Christensen.