Dawda, Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler, PLC (Dawda Mann), a full-service business law firm providing the expertise of a large firm with the flexibility and care of a boutique firm, announced that Neil Silver has joined the team as a partner. Managing Member Ed Dawda made the announcement.
In his new role, Silver will focus his practice in the areas of real estate law, environmental law, corporate law and banking, representing clients in complex transactions, corporate and business formations and contract negotiation and drafting. He currently acts as corporation counsel for several large and small businesses. In addition, he is counsel for several local and national financial institutions, as well as for certified development corporations, and is designated counsel for the Small Business Administration (SBA). Due to his extensive knowledge and experience in environmental law, he is highly regarded as one of Southeast Michigan’s leading experts on the subject.
“As our firm grows, it’s important that we take steps to strengthen our team and expand our legal knowledge in order to provide our clients with the best service possible,” said Dawda. “Neil’s substantial experience and insights in environmental law, specifically, fortifies our knowledge of the subject and allows the firm to take on more cases and serve additional clients.”
Before joining Dawda Mann, Silver was a member of Kecskes, Silver & Gadd, P.C. and has also served as general counsel for Sterling Bank and subsequently as vice president in the law department of NBD bank where he was responsible for drafting the bank’s environmental policies and procedures as well as loan documentation. He graduated with honors from the University of Detroit School of Law. He is an associate member of the Associated Food and Petroleum Dealers Association and a member of the State Bar of Michigan Environmental Law Section. During his career, Silver was selected to the Michigan Super Lawyers list and has been named a United States Small Business Association Designated Attorney. He has testified before the House and Senate subcommittees on environmental law issues.
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