Outside the practice of law, Mr. Stephenson is involved with numerous civic and... more
Outside the practice of law, Mr. Stephenson is involved with numerous civic and charitable activities. He serves on the board of directors of a local private Montessori school and as a trustee of a charitable trust to benefit a coeducational service fraternity at Michigan State University. Mr. Stephenson is a current member and past president of the young lawyers sections of the Ingham County B... view profile
Anthony Kogut heads Willingham Cote's Alcohol Bererage Law group which represents... more
Anthony Kogut heads Willingham Cote's Alcohol Bererage Law group which represents persons in the beverage alcohol industry to obtain licenses. He also represents businesses who have been cited for a violation of the Michigan Liquor Control Code.
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