Honigman Welcomes Business Partner to its Corporate Department

Press Release

Honigman LLP is pleased to announce Michael Bell will be joining its Corporate Department in Michigan. Bell will serve as Co-Chair of the Financial Institutions Practice Group at Honigman. He is one of the leading lawyers in the nation in the representation of credit unions. He specializes in mergers and acquisitions, strategic planning, business litigation and real estate matters involving credit unions and other financial institutions. Bell has completed more than 35 mergers and acquisitions in the last five years.

"Mike Bell will be a strong addition to the Honigman family,” said David Foltyn, Chair and CEO of Honigman. “His experience and background with financial institutions will help counsel current and future Honigman clients. We are pleased to welcome Mike to our firm.”

Bell’s expertise and years of experience have led to his recognition as one of Michigan Leading Lawyers since 2014.

His personal experience as an entrepreneur also allows him to provide detailed business counsel to individual entrepreneurs in the areas of business growth and restructuring and strategic planning.

Bell joins the Honigman team from Howard and Howard PLLC, where he focused his practice on business law, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, and financial institutions. He earned his J.D., with honors, from Valparaiso University and his B.A., magna cum laude, from Adrian College. He has been featured in American Banker, USAToday, MiBiz, Michigan Lawyers Weekly, Credit Union Times, and Dbusiness due to his exceptional work in corporate law.

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