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Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge - Muskegon, MI

900 3rd St. Ste. 204Muskegon, MI 49440- 1152

Updated: 01/22/2018

Overview

Since 1941, Smith Haughey has called downtown Grand Rapids home. In 2011 we moved 53 attorneys and 54 professional staff into the 150-year-old Flat Iron Building. Our renovation of the building allowed us to reduce our environmental footprint, streamline our processes, and improve our flexibility and accessibility. All of which furthers our commitment to deliver exceptional efficiency to our clients right from the heart of Grand Rapids.

Notably, in the 2012 issue of Best Lawyers in America...

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