Jaffe Raitt Heuer and Weiss in Southfield has announced four new partners.
Michelle Rubin is an attorney in the estate and wealth planning practice group and has worked with families and individuals to provide solutions for their estate and tax planning needs. She works with clients and their advisers to implement strategies for wealth transfer, business succession, charitable giving, and estate planning.
She is also a member of the Hebrew Free Loan board of directors, which provides interest-free loans to support Jewish residents in Michigan.
She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Michigan and her Juris Doctor from Wayne State University.
Joshua Borson is an emerging and growth business attorney and is involved in the mergers and acquisitions and securities and corporate governance practice groups.
He helps business leaders navigate legal issues and gives assistance to grow their company through business planning. Borson works with clients and provides counsel.
Borson is a member of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit’s NEXTGen board of directors. He is also a mentor for the University of Michigan Football Alumni Network.
He was recognized as a DBusiness Top Lawyer in 2018 and 2019.
He received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Michigan and holds a Juris Doctor from Wayne State University.
May Saad represents owners, developers, operators, and investors as an attorney of the real estate practice group. She focuses on aspects such as commercial real estate including acquisitions, dispositions, financing, joint ventures, leasing, restructuring, and workouts.
She obtained a bachelor’s degree in comparative law from Filiere Francophone de Droit in Beirut, Lebanon, and her Juris Doctor from Wayne State University.
Nicole Meisner serves as an attorney in the electronic payments law practice group. She advises business leaders on contractual and compliance matters that involve the dynamic state and federal regulations and industry rules. She also focuses on the structure of flow-of-funds and the creation of strategic business relationships to mitigate legal risks.
Meisner is involved in payment industry organizations and has presented and written on issues involving the intersection of money transmission and payment processing. She is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and The Florida Bar.
She graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a bachelor’s degree, received a Master of Business Administration from the University of Tennessee at Martin, and completed a Juris Doctor at Southeastern University.