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March 22, 2019

Jaffe Names Jeremy Bisdorf Intellectual Property & Information Technology Practice Group Leader

SOUTHFIELD, MICH., – Jeremy Bisdorf, partner at Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss, P.C. a leading Michigan business law firm, was named practice group leader of the firm’s Intellectual Property & Information Technology Practice Group. Jaffe CEO Jeffrey Weiss made the announcement. In his new role, Bisdorf will manage the firm’s professionals and resources with the goals of providing clients with high-quality and insightful legal counsel in the increasingly important fields of intellectual property and information technology while maintaining an enthusiastic culture among the firm’s professionals that provide these services.

Bisdorf, who is also a member of Jaffe’s Corporate and Franchising Practice Groups, specializes in providing strategic legal advice and business consultation services to clients with an emphasis on maximizing the value of their intellectual property.

He currently serves as a Law Advisory Board member for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education. Bisdorf has been repeatedly included in the Michigan Super Lawyers and Dbusiness Top Lawyers lists. Bisdorf was a previous chairperson of the State Bar of Michigan’s Information Technology Law Section.

Bisdorf earned a J.D. degree from the University of Michigan Law School, and a B.S.B.A. (Summa Cum Laude, Finance and Business Economics) and LL.M.(Taxation) from Wayne State University’s Business and Law Schools, respectively. Bisdorf was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in May 1999 and has been a partner at Jaffe since September 2005.