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Plante Moran recognized on Michigan Lawyers Weekly Reader Rankings in three categories

September 1, 2022 In The News 1 min read
The readers of Michigan Lawyers Weekly selected Plante Moran for the “winner’s circle” for its 2022 Reader Rankings. We were a top-ranking firm in three categories: “Business Accounting & Business Partner,” “Wealth Management Provider,” and “Forensic Accounting Provider.”
People celebrating and giving each other high-fives.For the sixth consecutive year, Plante Moran was named on Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s annual Reader Rankings. Plante Moran was awarded the No. 1 spot for “Business Accounting & Business Partner,” as well as a finalist spot for “Wealth Management Provider” and “Forensic Accounting Provider.” 

Michigan Lawyers Weekly readers can weigh in on multiple categories for businesses that assist those in the legal community. This includes financial services, trial services, advertising, and more.

This is the fourth year in a row that Plante Moran has been named a finalist in the best forensic accounting provider category.

It’s an honor to be recognized on this list and validates our organization’s efforts to meet the needs of our legal clients. Thank you to everyone who voted for us.

To learn more about the Reader Rankings and view the full list of recognized organizations, visit Michigan Lawyers Weekly below.

Awards or inclusion on ranking lists are not indicative of PMFA’s future performance or representative of any one client’s experience. Payment was not required for inclusion in ranking on awards. Additional criteria will be provided upon request.

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