Stuart A. Lebenbom
B.A. Michigan State University (1980), attended Cambridge University, Cambridge England, J.D. University of Detroit (1989). Admitted to practice in Michigan and Maryland. Appointed by Frank J. Kelley as a Special Assistant Attorney General (1990), re-appointed by Jennifer Granholm and currently serving as a Special Assistant Attorney General to Mike Cox.
Mr. Lebenbom is a tenacious litigator, who has received positive results for his clients over the past 19 years. His major victories have included obtaining a $5.2 million dollar judgment on behalf of a former CEO against his former employer after the case had been turned down by two other attorneys.
Persistence has enabled Mr. Lebenbom to collect millions of outstanding delinquent taxes that were due and owing to the State of Michigan.
Mr. Lebenbom also has great success representing health care providers and insureds by navigating the complicated and complex health care system. Today, collecting receivables is not only determined by the contract, but also by the complicated statutory regulations, preferred provider agreements and the ability to utilize a forensic accounting to locate assets.
Often, my persistence in examining the details has enabled me to locate assets, prove liability, establish fraud and, in some cases, permitted my clients to even collect their attorney fees as damages.