Harold Rosenn

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Areas of Practice 1) General Civil Practice, 2) Trials in all Courts, 3) Appellate and Federal Practice, 4) Business and Finance, 5) Real Estate, 6) Labor, 7) Employee Benefits, 8) Banking and Insurance Law, 9) Probate, 10) Taxation, 11) Bankruptcy, 12) Professional Malpractice Law and 13) Environmental Law
Education University of Michigan (B.A., 1939)
Most recent firm Rosenn, Jenkins & Greenwald, LLP
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