Southfield, MI, February 03, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Clay Farrell of Southfield-based Collins, Einhorn, Farrell & Ulanoff, P.C. (www.ceflawyers.com) was among 25 attorneys recognized by Michigan Lawyers Weekly for its Leaders in the Law honors.
Farrell concentrates his practice on multi-party, complex litigation, including litigation in the areas of environmental torts, product liability, toxic torts and emerging claims. An alumnus of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, Farrell’s trial experience spans more than three decades and includes approximately 100 cases to verdict.
A statewide call for nominees garnered numerous worthy candidates with Michigan Lawyers Weekly selecting 25 for this year’s Leaders in the Law class.
The honorees will be recognized in a special section to be published Feb. 28, and at the third annual Leaders in the Law luncheon, taking place March 15 at the Detroit Marriott in Troy. During the awards ceremony, Michigan Lawyers Weekly also will reveal the 2011 Lawyer of the Year.
In selecting the 25 Leaders, a Michigan Lawyers Weekly editorial panel considered several criteria, including:
*Ability to achieve success in his or her respective practice, while also displaying the strength of character that transcends results.
*Noble tradition of the legal profession, coupled with commitment to practicing law in Michigan.
*Passionate and aggressive advocacy on behalf of both clients and the legal community.
*A record of winning cases, solving problems or coming to judicial conclusions that reflect the utmost integrity
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.