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Sosnick (Ret.), Judge Edward

Judge Edward Sosnick (Ret.) - Bloomfield Hills, MI

1760 South Telegraph RoadSuite 300Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302- 0183

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Updated: 05/21/2015

Bloomfield Hills Alternative Dispute Resolution Lawyer

Overview

Judge Edward Sosnick (Ret), who is Of Counsel to Hertz Schram PC, focuses his practice on Alternative Dispute Resolution, including formal and informal arbitration, mediation, and facilitation. Judge Sosnick was an Oakland County Circuit Court Judge for 24 years, during which he served in both the Civil and Family Divisions, and served two terms as Chief Judge. During those 24 years Judge Sosnick presided over numerous civil and divorce trials, participated in many...

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