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Michigan Has New Supreme Court Justice

Posted: Monday, March 4, 2013

Macomb County Circuit Court judge David Viviano has been selected by Governor Snyder to fill the vacancy created by Diane Hathaway’s resignation. Hathaway resigned after she became embroiled in a scandal surrounding her short sale of her home, which led to her pleading guilty to bank fraud.

The 41-year-old Viviano was first elected to the bench in 2006. Before that, he worked at the Detroit office of Dickinson Wright and, prior to that, at the Jenner & Block law firm in Chicago. He was also city attorney for Center Line. He attended Hillsdale College and the University of Michigan law school.

Viviano comes from a family of lawyers and judges. Kathyrn Viviano, his sister, is a Macomb Family Division Judge, and Antonio Viviano, his father, was a Macomb County Probate and Circuit Court Judge until 2010.

While there has been a good deal of study and debate about the process of selecting members of the Supreme Court, there has been no action, so the governor needs no legislative approval; his selection is final. This gives the Republicans a 5 to 2 majority and firm control of the Court.




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Michigan Municipal Risk
Management Authority

14001 Merriman Road
Livonia, MI 48154
734.513.0300
800.243.1324

MMRMA has been a leader in municipal risk since 1980 and remains committed to meeting the ever-expanding challenges faced by its membership. MMRMA's risk control services are designed to help its members identify, prevent, and mitigate losses through on-site surveys, training, and other services. MMRMA also provides its members with premier claims and legal services, sound financial management, and essential news on the latest developments in public risk management.


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