Kreis Enderle Welcomes New Associates Charles Bogren, Collin Rosenbaum, and Kayla Thompson

We are pleased to announce the arrival of three new associates to the firm!

Charles BogrenCharles Bogren focuses on civil litigation, business transactions, and municipal matters. He earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Kansas School of Law during which time he interned for Judge Paul L. Maloney of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan and clerked in the Western Michigan University General Counsel’s Office. Charles joined Kreis Enderle as a summer associate in 2017 and returned to the firm as an associate a year later in our Portage office.

Collin Rosenbaum practices in the areas of business, employment, and real estate law. He received his Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, where he also served as the Executive Editor of the Health Law & Policy Review. In law school, Collin interned with a boutique immigration firm, Judge Alexander C. Lipsey of the Kalamazoo County Circuit Court, and the General Counsel of the American Dental Association. He joined Kreis Enderle in 2017 as a summer associate and also returned to the Portage office as an associate in 2018.

Kayla Thompson Battle Creek AttorneyAs the newest lawyer in our Battle Creek office, Kayla Thompson represents clients in all aspects of estate planning and elder law. She earned her Juris Doctor at Wayne State University Law School, during which time she worked as a paralegal with a boutique securities litigation firm and later as an investment associate with a wealth advisory firm. Kayla is an active member of both the Rotary Club of Battle Creek and Ignite BC, organizations that promote leadership and philanthropic skills.

The addition of these three dynamic, young attorneys provides greater strength across several practice areas. We are thrilled to have such talented young lawyers join our ranks during this time of strategic, ongoing growth.

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