Bodman Attorney Jeffrey G. Raphelson Elected Board President of Michigan Chapter of American Constitution Society
Bodman PLC attorney Jeffrey G. Raphelson, of the firm’s Detroit office, has been elected president of the American Constitution Society’s Michigan Chapter.
The American Constitution Society is a national legal organization that promotes the vitality of the United States Constitution. The organization works to further progressive values by shaping public debate through the creation of public programs and materials, building strong personal networks to encourage and nurture the next generation of progressive lawyers, judges, and policymakers, and making a difference in legal and public policy debate to ensure that the law works to improve the lives of American citizens.
Raphelson, a member of Bodman’s Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution, Automotive/Industrial, Intellectual Property groups, focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation and commercial litigation, particularly related to the automotive industry. He also dedicates a substantial amount of time to general commercial cases such as contract disputes, finance and banking litigation, corporate governance and dissolution matters, dealer and franchise termination, and other corporate law disputes.
Raphelson is listed in Benchmark Litigation 2016 as a State Litigation Star, in Michigan Super Lawyers 2015 under Business Litigation, and in The Best Lawyers in America 2016 under Commercial Litigation. He is AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell and is listed as a “Top Lawyer” by Dbusiness magazine.