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Kim Hoyt Sperduto

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Kim Sperduto’s litigation expertise has attracted clients from around the world in search of solutions to their most intractable cases. With clients throughout the United States, Kim also serves sophisticated businesses from France, Switzerland, th… Read More
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Pete Thompson

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Pete Thompson is a deeply experienced litigator and counselor who, over the course of his long career, has handled challenging and complex matters from coast to coast. A significant portion of Pete’s practice long has been devoted to litigation and… Read More
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April H. Gassler

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From Mathlete, to National Chemistry Olympiad, to Coverage Lawyer, April Gassler has spent her life solving complex problems. In her early career, April represented insurance and financial services companies in complex commercial disputes and nationw… Read More
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Joshua S. Kauke

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Inspiration to be a litigator struck Josh Kauke in 2003, over 1000 feet below ground in a salt mine beneath Detroit, Michigan. At the time, Josh was a rising college senior interning for Ann Arbor law firm Hooper Hathaway Price Beuche & Wallace,… Read More
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Glenn L. Madere

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Glenn Madere is Of Counsel to Sperduto Thompson & Gassler and Editor and President of Readable Press, a publisher of innovative, reader-friendly tax publications serving the legal, accounting and academic communities. Before launching Readable Pr… Read More
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