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Scott A. Steinhoff

Note and Comment Editor

University-of-Toledo-Law-Review

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Scott Steinhoff

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Scott A. SteinhoffBefore joining Dykema Gossett, Mr. Steinhoff practiced real estate law for a major Detroit-based law firm. While in law school, he was Note and Comment Editor for the University of Toledo Law Review.


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Scott A. Steinhoff


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Scott A. Steinhoff ... Dykema Gossett PLLC


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The following attorneys from Dykema's Real Estate and Bankruptcy & Restructuring departments will be panel members: Brian Page, Mark Lenz, Adam Fishkind, Brendan Best and Scott Steinhoff.


Wise & Marsac - Attorney Profiles

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SCOTT A. STEINHOFF was born in Lansing, Michigan.Mr. Steinhoff received his Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Planning from Michigan State University and his law degree from the University of Toledo, Cum Laude.At the University of Toledo, Mr. Steinhoff was Note and Comment Editor for the Toledo Law Review.Mr. Steinhoff authored Cleburne v Cleburne Living Center, Denial of Quasi-Suspect Status For The Mentally Retarded And Its Effect On Exclusionary Zoning of Group Homes, which appeared in the University of Toledo Law Review.Mr. Steinhoff has concentrated his practice in the corporate, real estate and commercial areas.Mr. Steinhoff spends a substantial amount of his time in the Birmingham, Michigan office of the Firm.He is a member of the Oakland, Michigan and American Bar Associations.


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