700 Terrace Point Road, Suite 350
P.O. Box 900
Muskegon, MI 49443-0900
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In November 1984, Warner Norcross & Judd established an office in Muskegon, Michigan, to meet the rapidly growing demand for legal services along West Michigan’s shoreline. The office now has fourteen attorneys and three paralegals with broad experience in corporate transactions, labor and employment, tax, employee benefits, trusts and estates, litigation, international and real estate. Our attorneys enjoy a small-firm atmosphere, yet have at their disposal the resources and technology of the entire firm. We are actively seeking associates and summer associates to practice in the Muskegon office.
The Muskegon office offers many benefits, most importantly the office’s expanding practice. Located 40 minutes northwest of Grand Rapids, Muskegon is the largest city on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan and is the heart of a diverse economy. Clients of the office include automotive, aircraft, clock, paper and furniture manufacturers, chemical companies, food processors, commercial real estate developers, major retailers, hospitals and bank commercial loan and trust departments. As the shoreline economy continues to grow and diversify, the lawyers of the Muskegon office continue to play a leading role in the community’s growth.
Muskegon offers abundant housing choices. Particularly appealing are the homes on Lake Michigan and any one of the area’s 25 inland lakes. The Muskegon area boasts excellent education facilities, including award winning elementary and secondary schools and Muskegon Community College with its Higher Education Center.
Muskegon’s natural resources are exceptional. Located on 30 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline with beautiful sandy beaches and six area state parks, Muskegon is renowned for its boating, sailboarding, fishing, ice sailing and other water sports. Hundreds of public and private golf courses are located in the area or a short drive away. Two nature trails with a combined length of 70 miles are enjoyed year-round by bikers, rollerbladers, snowmobilers and hikers. The Winter Sports Complex offers skating, miles of groomed and lighted cross-country ski trails and an Olympic-style luge run. The recent Special Millennium Edition of the Places Rated Almanac ranks the Muskegon/ Holland/Grand Rapids area third in the nation for recreational opportunities.
Muskegon’s cultural activities cater to the diverse tastes and interests of its residents. The award-winning Muskegon Museum of Art's permanent collection includes works by Durer, Cassat, Pissaro, Degas, Homer, Rembrandt and Whistler. Muskegon also has a children's museum, a natural history museum and a maritime museum featuring a World War II submarine. The recently restored, palace-style Frauenthal Center is home to numerous concert series, a symphony orchestra, the Muskegon Civic Theatre and a summer stock theatre troupe performing Broadway plays. Other recreational opportunities include a professional hockey team, a thoroughbred racetrack, an air fair, offshore powerboat races, the state's largest amusement and water park and a nationally televised beach volleyball tournament. Festivals abound from May through November in Muskegon, including arts-and-crafts fairs, flower festivals, fine arts festivals, the annual Buster Keaton Convention and several indoor and outdoor concerts featuring big-name entertainers.