I am a dedicated husband and father. We live on a small farm where we raise... more
I am a dedicated husband and father. We live on a small farm where we raise livestock and crops. We supply our own organic beef, chicken, lamb, turkey, pork, eggs, and milk, in addition to making things like bio-diesel and even our own soap. Our faith is important to us. Also, my entire family loves to hunt and fish, and we try to spend time pursuing these interests when not otherwise o... view profile
Current: Managing Partner at Traverse Legal, PLC President and Board Member at... more
Current: Managing Partner at Traverse Legal, PLC President and Board Member at ConnecTech Author at Greatest American Lawyer Past: Partner at Smith Johnson, PC General Counsel at All-One Intranet, Inc. Attorney at Bowman Brooke Education: Michigan State University College of Law Detroit College of Law Albion College Practice Spotlights: Internet: Web Law and Inform... view profile
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