Conybeare Law Office is proud to announce the addition of Legal Assistant Kazmira “Kaz” Ruhland to our staff. Kaz is a 2016 graduate of Western Michigan University’s Haworth College of Business where she majored in Business Administration and Management. She will be assigned to our Personal Injury Department and working at our new Kalamazoo office with Ray Steadmon. Her client-focused attitude and previous plaintiff’s personal injury legal experience make her an excellent addition to our team. She serves as a Board Member for the City of Portage Parks Department and has organized local Flint water relief efforts.
Thank you for taking the time to hear our story about a disability claim. We are so impressed with your knowledge of the system and appreciate your analysis. Family member of 22-year-old man with a back condition. We instructed him on Social Security Disability laws and explained why he did not qualify. There was no charge for the consultation.
Conybeare Law Office Attorneys Receive High Ratings from Martindale-Hubbell
Martindale-Hubbell has released its 2021 Peer Review and Client Review Ratings, which were awarded to three Conybeare Law Office Attorneys. Owner Barry Conybeare and attorney Anne Buckleitner have both been rated AV Preeminent, the highest peer rating standard. This is given to attorneys who are ranked at the highest level of professional excellence for their legal expertise, communication skills, and ethical standards by their peers. Attorney Robert Ehrenberg has been rated Distinguished - an excellent rating for an attorney who has experience and is widely respected by their peers for their professional achievement and ethical standards.Read more
Barry Conybeare featured in Harbor Country News article
Berrien County courts forced to adapt in innovative ways during 2020
by Julie Swidwa - Harbor Country News
ST. JOSEPH — If you asked Judge Mabel Mayfield in February what she planned to do first as Berrien County Trial Court’s new chief judge, she would not have said she’ll be navigating the courts through a pandemic.
But when the COVID-19 pandemic hit full-speed in March, keeping the justice system moving became her biggest challenge.