Jackson Lewis Acquires Detroit’s Rubin Shulman
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Employment law firm Jackson Lewis has acquired Detroit, Michigan’s Rubin Shulman, bringing on the firm’s five attorneys. Allan S. Rubin joins Jackson Lewis as a partner; he is a nationally recognized trial and appellate attorney. He graduated cum laude from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

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Lawrence B. Shulman joins as of counsel; he handles complex civil and criminal litigation. He previously headed the Criminal Defense, Forfeiture & Licensing practice group at Fried Saperstein Abbatt. They bring along Christina A. Daskas, Neil B. Pioch and John C. Signorino, who join as associates. The Rubin Shulman team brings Jackson Lewis’s Detroit headcount to 10 attorneys.


In March, Jackson Lewis merged with Omaha, Nebraska’s Berens & Tate. Founded in 1958, Jackson Lewis exclusively represents management in workplace law, with 565 attorneys practicing in 41 cities nationwide.


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