Jason Currie, Melissa Moore, and Michael Vukich have been promoted to members at Bodman, a Detroit-based law firm. All three were previously associate attorneys.
Currie, of Bodman’s Detroit office, is a member of the banking practice group. He concentrates his practice in representing lenders in commercial loan originations. His practice also includes middle market lending, asset based loans, health care, educational institution financing, captive insurance financing, real estate financing, aircraft financing, and letters of credit and other liquidity facilities supporting tax exempt and industrial development bonds.
Currie, of Birmingham, is a graduate of Michigan State University and the University of Toledo College of Law.
Moore, of Bodman’s Troy office, is a member of the litigation and alternative resolution practice group. She represents clients in commercial litigation matters throughout the country. She has a focus in representing clients in lender liability, debtor-creditor rights, collection, and other workout matters. She also defends financial institutions against quiet title actions, wrongful foreclosure claims, and other real property disputes.
Moore, of Huntington Woods, is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.
Vukich, of Bodman’s Ann Arbor office, is a member of the business practice group. He represents clients in matters involving corporate organizations, mergers and acquisitions, new business startups, corporate restructurings, regulatory compliance, and complex commercial transactions.
Vukich, of Ann Arbor, earned his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Michigan.