Theodore J. Greeley

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Ted has been in practice since 2012.  He began his legal career as a judicial clerk to the Honorable David W. McKeague of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.  He then spent over two years working at Dykema Gossett, PLLC’s Lansing, Michigan office as an associate focusing on utility regulation, employment litigation, insurance litigation, and complex commercial litigation, including class actions.  A native of Marquette, Michigan, Ted returned to his hometown to practice in fall 2015.

■    BA, Lawrence University, magna cum laude
■    JD, Marquette University Law School, summa cum laude; Editor-in-Chief,  Marquette Law Review, vol. 95
■    Licensed in the Supreme Court of the State of Michigan
■    Licensed in the Supreme Court of the State of Wisconsin (Inactive)
■    Licensed in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
■    Licensed in the United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan
■    Licensed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
■    Licensed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
■    Licensed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana

 

Tom Casselman

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For more than 40 years, Mr. Casselman has practiced law in the courtroom made immortal in Anatomy of a Murder, and along the way he has gained an unparalleled reputation in the Upper Peninsula and beyond. He was voted the #1 criminal defense attorney in the Upper Peninsula by local judges, prosecutors, and other attorneys. One of his more celebrated cases was the subject of a book, The Sweater Letter, and has been depicted on two national television programs, American Justice and Forensic Files.

Sarah Henderson

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Ms. Henderson has been in practice since 2002, after beginning her legal career in the downtown Chicago firm of Bell, Boyd & Lloyd, LLC, as an associate in the estate planning and wealth management department. A native of Ishpeming, Michigan, she happily returned home to the Upper Peninsula to practice in 2005. Since that time, Ms. Henderson has established herself as the workhorse of the firm. Her early experience in Chicago has proven invaluable in complex divorce cases, especially those involving business and real estate valuation disputes. She regularly handles both state and federal cases and has tried cases of all kinds, including homicide, extortion, fraud, drunk driving, and crimes of violence. She has argued cases in the Michigan Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Michigan, and in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.