Steven M. Wolock is a shareholder at Maddin, Hauser, Roth & Heller, P.C. who received his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School in 1985 and obtained a Bachelor's of Science in Economics from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1977.
Mr. Wolock specializes in general commercial litigation and professional liability litigation and has extensive experience in labor and employment law.
Mr. Wolock has served on the Michigan State Court Administrative Office Dispute Resolution Rules Committee and on the Michigan State Court Administrative Office Mediation Confidentiality and Standards of Conduct Committee. In 2009, Mr. Wolock was appointed by Michigan's Governor to serve as the attorney member of the Michigan State Board of Accountancy and served a four year term. Mr. Wolock serves as a hearing panelist for the State Bar of Michigan Attorney Discipline Board.
Mr. Wolock has published the following articles on litigation related issues: "Michigan's Sales Representative Act Revisited," Michigan Bar Journal (Nov. 2000); "Mediation Confidentiality: Too Much of a Good Thing?," Laches, Oakland County Bar Association (Jan. 2008); "Legal Malpractice Update: The Legacy of Simko and Winiemko," Michigan Bar Journal (Feb. 2009)(Kathleen Klaus - co-author).