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Michael Weinstein

Michael Weinstein is an Atlanta attorney with experience in both the corporate setting and in the courtroom, viewing the law from both the legal and business perspectives, providing a proactive approach to clients’ litigation, corporate and transactional needs.
Raised in Huntington, New York, Michael received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University, and graduated from Hofstra University School of Law in New York.

While in school, Michael interned with Olsten Corporation, the world’s third-largest staffing company. Upon graduation, he was hired as a staff attorney with Olsten, representing the company in Medicare and Medicaid inquiries and investigations, as well as pharmaceutical claims submissions, kickback investigations and employment matters.

The New York State Catholic Health Plan hired Michael as Associate Director of Corporate Compliance in 2000, where he was responsible for drafting and implementing the organization’s corporate compliance program to ensure compliance with New York State laws.
In 2002, Michael was recruited by InTown Suites as Associate General Counsel and Director of Human Resources, and moved his family to Atlanta. He was the company’s only in-house lawyer, responsible for handling all legal matters for InTown Suites’ 130 hotels and 1,200 employees, including litigation, labor, employment, transactions and real estate issues.

Michael founded MBW Law, LLC, a multi-practice law firm in 2008; specializing in providing expert legal service to corporations and individuals in a cost-effective manner. In 2020, with a dedication to provide the best service and outcomes for his clients, Weinstein & Black, LLC was formed, with Jason Black, a lawyer who shares the same core values and dedication as Michael.

 

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