Six Pitt McGehee Attorneys Named as 2013 Super Lawyers

Six attorneys from Pitt McGehee, Palmer & Rivers have been named 2013 Michigan Super Lawyers. An independent third-party rating service for attorneys, Super Lawyers recognizes outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and evaluations of other attorneys within the peer group. The Pitt McGehee attorneys and the lists/practice areas to which they were selected are: *Megan Bonanni -- Employment Litigation: Plaintiff *Kevin Carlson – Michigan Rising Stars; Employment Litigation: Plaintiff; Civil Rights/First Amendment *Cary McGehee – Top 50 Consumer Lawyers; Top 25 Women Lawyers; Employment Litigation: Plaintiff; Civil Rights/First Amendment *Robert Palmer – Employment & Labor; Personal Injury Plaintiff: General; Criminal Defense *Michael Pitt – Top 50 Consumer Lawyers; Employment Litigation: Plaintiff; Class Action/Mass Torts; Civil Rights/First Amendment *Beth Rivers – Employment & Labor; Employment Litigation: Plaintiff; Civil Rights/First Amendment    

M. Pitt Cited in MLive Report on Midland Area Couple's Claim Filed Against the Federal Energy Resource Commission in Edenville Dam Collapse

Michael Pitt was quoted in MLive coverage of the claim filed against the Federal Energy Commission by a Midland Couple for property and personal damages caused by flooding after the collapse of the Edenville Dam in May 2020. The firm is representing Dan and Cathy Miller and filed a $1.25 million claim under the Federal Tort Claims Act. Read entire article here.

Midland Daily News -- "Lawsuit Blames State Agencies for Dam Failures"

Mike Pitt, Ted Leopold and Paul Stephen were referenced as plaintiffs' attorneys in a Midland Daily News report on the lawsuit filed June 25 in the Michigan Court of Claims. The coverage notes that the suit's 15 plaintiffs owned property and homes which were damaged or destroyed in the May 19 Midland area flooding caused by the collapse of the Edenville Dam. Read full article here.