Dirk Beamer – a principal with the Farmington Hills law firm Wright Beamer, PLC – has been named a Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers magazine. Recognized for his accomplishments in business litigation, the Farmington resident joins an elite list of peers who have received the Super Lawyer designation based on a rigorous twelve point selection process.
“Since clerking for a federal judge right out of law school, Dirk has spent the better part of his career navigating the court room,” says Wright Beamer principal, LeClair Flaherty. “We try to keep our clients out of litigation if possible, but when it is necessary to put on the gloves, we are extremely confident with Dirk in the ring. We are quite proud of his accomplishments.”
Licensed in both Michigan and Ohio, Beamer practices in business litigation and management side employment law. He is a member of the Business Litigation and the Employment Law sections of the State Bar of Michigan. Beamer has received the highest peer designation (AV) from Martindale Hubbell, the nation’s oldest and most respected attorney-peer review publication. He was selected by DBusiness as a top lawyer and has been named a Fellow of both the Oakland County and the State of Michigan Bar Foundations. Beamer graduated from the University of Michigan Law School with honors in 1993. After clerking for the late Sam Bell, United States District Judge for the Northern District of Ohio, he joined William M. Wright, P.C. in Farmington Hills. He became a partner in 2000. The firm changed its name to Wright Beamer in 2012.
For additional information, contact LeClair Flaherty @ 248-893-1402 or email@example.com.