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Littleton Recognized as Michigan Bar Foundation Fellow

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October 13, 2020
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – Ray H. Littleton, a litigator from Foster Swift’s Southfield office, has been elected a Fellow of the Michigan State Bar Foundation (MSBF). 
 
Established in 1984, the Michigan State Bar Foundation’s Fellows Program recognizes distinguished Michigan lawyers for their professional excellence and service to the community. The Fellows Program supports the Foundation in providing leadership and grants for improvements in the administration of justice and the delivery of civil legal aid to the less fortunate.
 
Fellows are nominated by their peers and elected by the MSBF Trustees. Littleton was welcomed as a new Fellow at the virtual annual MSBF Fellows Meeting on September 23rd
 
Littleton’s practice consists of commercial and general litigation and health care law. He helps  businesses and organizations address a wide range of litigation matters and disputes, specializing in four key areas: insurance, health care, transportation, and warranty claims. 
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Since 1902, Foster Swift Collins & Smith, PC has provided comprehensive legal services to businesses, municipalities and individuals. The firm employs 100-plus attorneys and over 100 support staff in six locations; Lansing, Detroit, Southfield, Grand Rapids, Holland and St. Joseph.  For more information about the firm, its attorneys and to access recent publications, visit www.fosterswift.com.
 
Contact:
Jake Leuvoy, Marketing Communications Coordinator
jleuvoy@fosterswift.com, (517) 371-8125

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