{ Banner Image }

Honigman re-elects board chair and vice chair and adds four new members

October 19, 2015


Susan Sherbow
T: 313.465.7048

Honigman is pleased to announce that the firm has re-elected David Foltyn as its chair and CEO, a position he has held since 2008. Alan S. Schwartz was re-elected as the firm’s vice chair, a position he has held since 2008. Schwartz served as Honigman’s chair and CEO from 2003 to 2007. Both of their terms now extend to December 31, 2020.

In addition, Michael DuBay, Michael Hindelang, Jason Rosenthal and Linda Wasserman have been elected to the firm’s board of directors.

Foltyn, located in Honigman’s Detroit office, counsels publicly and privately held businesses, boards of directors, and financial service firms in corporate mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, financial transactions, public offerings and private placements of securities and debt. He also advises clients on applicable state and federal corporate governance laws.

Schwartz, located in Honigman’s Detroit office, advises family owned businesses on general business matters and succession planning; represents clients in acquisitions and dispositions; counsels companies regarding corporate governance, as well as state and federal compliance issues; and serves as general counsel to a number of the area's most prominent family businesses and other private companies.

DuBay, located in Honigman’s Detroit office, is a leader of the firm’s Private Equity Practice Group. He represents the unique needs of traditional private equity and venture capital sponsors, family offices and independent sponsors in their acquisition, financing, investment and disposition activities.

Hindelang, located in Honigman’s Detroit office, is leader of the firm’s Data Security and Privacy Litigation and its eDiscovery and Information Management practice groups. He is a commercial litigator with substantial experience in the securities, corporate governance and corporate investigations arenas and in high-stakes cases where significant monetary amounts or prominent reputations have been implicated. Hindelang also advises business entities on data security issues, including responding to data breach incidents, and leads privacy litigation matters. 

Rosenthal, located in Honigman’s Chicago office, represents businesses in complex litigation with a particular emphasis on insurance recovery litigation and counseling. He will continue to serve the firm as its Chicago Office Managing Partner.

Wasserman, located in the firm’s Bloomfield Hills office, provides personalized and sophisticated estate planning and family wealth succession planning for high and ultra-high net worth individuals and families, focusing on tax planning in the context of accomplishing each family's unique goals.