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Our annual Michigan Auto Law University of Michigan v. Michigan State rivalry game for charity

November 1, 2013 by Steven M. Gursten

Our attorneys are gearing up for the big game and a big donation, are you ready?


It’s time again for our annual office rivalry as we gear up for the big game between the University of Michigan and Michigan State on Saturday.

School ties will divide the office. Michigan is an underdog. They have had disappointing line play this year, and they are young. The lawyers at Michigan Auto Law who went to Michigan State are getting over-confident. Just last week, Ian Freed sent a picture of a Spartan wedding cake with the foot placed over a Wolverine player stirring things up.

And now it is time to put our money where our mouths are. Anyone who has been in my office knows that I’m a huge Michigan football fan. I go to every home game on Saturdays and I still do one big road trip a year to an away game with my college roommates.

Even though every year I have to put up with the MSU talk (easy when they only have one game on their schedule that they really care about, mind you) we’ve also had a lot of fun ribbing each other as our teams battle each year.

And our office tradition is to make all of this  for a good cause.

The rivalry ends with a charity donation by the lawyers who went to the losing school to the charity of choice of the alums of the winning team.

Last year, U of M prevailed and the charity donation was made to U of M Mott Children’s Hospital.


Related information:

Michigan Auto Law giving back to charity

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