Duly Noted

Sinas voted Best Personal Injury Attorney

Thomas G. Sinas  of Sinas Dramis Law Firm, with offices in Lansing and Grand Rapids, has been voted “Best Personal Injury Attorney of Grand Rapids” by readers of Grand Rapids Magazine.

A partner at Sinas Dramis Law Firm, Sinas manages the Grand Rapids office. He focuses his practice on representing plaintiffs in a range of personal injury cases including accidents involving automobiles, semi-trucks, and motorcycles, as well as wrongful death claims and other personal injury matters. He has tried cases to verdict in several Midwestern states, has secured multiple million-dollar settlements, and has lectured and authored numerous articles on trial practice and substantive law.

Sinas hosts a weekly segment, Know the Law, on Fox 17 News. He also provides leadership for the firm’s annual Lids for Kids bike helmet giveaway event in Grand Rapids. He also contributes articles for the Grand Rapids Lawyer publication. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI), the Board of Commissioners for the State Bar of Michigan, and Associate General Counsel for the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN).


Wolfe commences term as Dykema CEO

Len Wolfe commenced his three-year term as chairman and chief executive officer of Dykema on Jan. 1.

For the last six years, he has served as a twice-elected member of the firm’s Executive Board, acting as board Liaison to the Diversity & Inclusion Committee for the past four years.

Prior to his board membership, Wolfe was Director of Dykema’s Regulated Industries Department and Leader of the firm’s Government Policy and Practice Group for nine years.

Wolfe earned a J.D. from the Indiana University McKinney School of Law and a B.A. from James Madison College at Michigan State University.

Before joining Dykema, he worked in the Michigan Legislature, United States Senate and the Michigan Governor’s office.


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