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Kimberly Ross Clayson
Maxwell Dunn PLC
Southfield
Kimberly Ross Clayson is a bankruptcy and business law attorney and has been in practice since admission to the Michigan bar in 2006. In June 2020, she joined her current firm's leadership team after leading her own firm since 2017. She works with businesses,...


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New Online Bankruptcy Certificate
Get expert coaching as 14 Michigan bankruptcy judges, trustees, and lawyers guide you through actual cases. Learn more: Small Business Bankruptcy: Subchapter V of Chapter 11.

Keep Up with Major Changes
These Michigan-specific resources will help you navigate your practice through: COVID-19, the SECURE Act, no-fault reform, and civil discovery reform.

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Meet Our Contributors
Kimberly Ross Clayson
Maxwell Dunn PLC
Southfield
Kimberly Ross Clayson is a bankruptcy and business law attorney and has been in practice since admission to the Michigan bar in 2006. In June 2020, she joined her current firm's leadership team after leading her own firm since 2017. She works with businesses,...


News From ICLE
New Online Bankruptcy Certificate
Get expert coaching as 14 Michigan bankruptcy judges, trustees, and lawyers guide you through actual cases. Learn more: Small Business Bankruptcy: Subchapter V of Chapter 11.

Keep Up with Major Changes
These Michigan-specific resources will help you navigate your practice through: COVID-19, the SECURE Act, no-fault reform, and civil discovery reform.

ICLE Helps You Save on Malpractice Insurance
Learn More