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  1. Family: 75%
    12 years
  2. Appeals: 25%
    12 years

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  • Eileen Warshaw

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Haas & Associates, PLLC

21 Kercheval Avenue, Suite 270
Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, 48236

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
MIActive And In Good Standing200405/14/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Michigan Rising Star-2014Super Lawyers2014
Michigan Rising Star-2012Super Lawyers2012
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Managing AttorneyHaas and Associates PLLC2008 - Present
AttorneyWoll & Woll P.C.2005 - 2008
MediatorWayne County Mediation Services2004 - 2005
Law ClerkMiller, Canfield, Paddock & Stone, PLC2002 - 2004
Civilian MeterologistUSAF- Dyess AFB Texas2000 - 2001
MeterologistUSAF1989 - 1999
Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
Macomb County Bar AssociatonMember2008 - Present
State Bar of Michigan, Appellate Practice SectionMember2008 - Present
State Bar of Michigan, Family Law SectionMember2005 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Rittershaus v. Rittershaus, 273 Mich. App. 462 (2007)Trial Court Reversed
Kirby v. Vance, 481 Mich. 889 (2008)Peremptory Reversal of Court of Appeals Opinion
Vittiglio v. Vittiglio, 297 Mich. App. 391 (2012)N/A
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Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
Michigan ADR NewsletterMediating Custody and Parenting Time Disputes2005
University of Detroit Mercy Law ReviewChild Custody Determinations in Michigan-Not in the Best Interests of Children or Parents2004
University of Detroit Mercy Law ReviewA Policy-making or Confidential Public Employee Can Be Discharged Based Only on His Speech Without Violating His First Amendment Rights Because the Pickering Balancing Test Favors the Government as a Matter of Law. Rose v. Stephens, 291 F.3d 917 (6th Cir. 2002)2002
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Detroit Mercy School of LawN/AJD - Juris Doctor2004