Attorney Anessa Kramer, a partner at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, was named among the Esteemed Women of Michigan by the Dr. Gary Burnstein Health Clinic, which provides free health services to those in need.
This is the sixth year that the clinic has honored Michigan women who have made extraordinary contributions through personal, volunteer and professional avenues; and have made a significant difference in the lives of others.
Kramer, of Bloomfield Hills, is a member of the firm’s trademark and copyright practice group. She represents a number of owners of famous and well-known trademarks in procuring and protecting their global brands. Kramer has received numerous professional accolades, including , DBusiness magazine’s “Top Lawyers.”
In addition to Kramer’s professional achievements, she plays an active role in a number of community and philanthropic organizations. She is a board member of both the Roeper School, where she chairs the Trusteeship Committee, and the Jewish Fund. In 2010, the Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit recognized Kramer’s leadership when they presented her with the Sylvia Simon Greenberg Young Leadership Award.
Kramer earned her Bachelor of Arts at Michigan State University and her juris doctor from George Washington University Law School.