Attorney Noreen Slank selected to inaugural Women in the Law class for her work in appellate and trial courts.
Online PR News – 06-August-2010 – – Noreen Slank of Southfield-based Collins, Einhorn, Farrell & Ulanoff, P.C. (www.ceflawyers.com) was among 20 attorneys recognized by Michigan Lawyers Weekly for its inaugural Women in the Law honors.
Slank has practiced in the state and federal appellate courts since 1980 with an emphasis on the defense of medical and legal malpractice actions, insurance coverage disputes, and the defense of catastrophic personal injury cases. She practices both in appellate and trial courts (particularly during post-verdict proceedings).
Outside the office, the Wayne State University alumna is a past chair of the Appellate Practice Section of the State Bar of Michigan and is a frequent author, editor, and lecturer on a variety of procedural and substantive legal issues. Slank also is a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America, an invitation-only trial and appellate lawyer honor society.
A Michigan Lawyers Weekly editorial panel selected the attorneys based on several criteria, including commitment to excellence in the practice of law, serving as inspiring and accomplished leaders in the profession, work as mentors to other women, and contributing significant time and effort to volunteerism and/or pro bono work.
Founded in 1970, Southfield, Michigan-based Collins, Einhorn, Farrell & Ulanoff, P.C. is a multi-specialty law firm providing clients with legal representation in all aspects of litigation, including professional liability, asbestos/toxic tort, insurance, appellate, fire and explosion, general liability and employment and workers compensation practice areas. For more information, visit www.ceflawyers.com.