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Maddin Hauser Announces 2024 Office Move


With its 100th anniversary just one year away, Maddin Hauser has announced its impending move to One Oakland Towne Square in Southfield. Once the build-out and relocation are complete in the summer of 2024, the law firm will occupy an entire floor in the well-known and centrally located Class-A commercial property. The move affirms Maddin Hauser’s commitment to its future by creating a contemporary and modern office space that paves the way for continued growth while preserving the firm’s largely in-office culture.

In the past year, the 44-attorney firm implemented The Maddin Hauser Way, 28 guiding principles which embody the firm’s successful and engaging culture. These fundamentals exemplify the core values to which Maddin Hauser attorneys and professionals adhere to deliver superb client service and create a rewarding work environment. 

“I am thrilled that we found the perfect space for our new office just before we celebrate our 100th anniversary in 2025,” says Maddin Hauser’s President and CEO, Steven D. Sallen. “Preserving our distinctive work culture is of utmost importance to firm leadership. We see tremendous value in remaining a mid-size full-service business law firm in the region, and this move is critical for positioning Maddin Hauser as the law firm of choice for many local, regional, and even national business clients.”

While many law firms have reduced their post-pandemic office footprints to accommodate rising remote workforces, Maddin Hauser has chosen to move in the opposite direction with newly remodeled space. One Oakland Towne Square offers enhanced amenities to the firm’s people in a modern, customized environment. They have occupied their current office space since 1986.

The relocation underscores Maddin Hauser’s commitment to remain independent against a growing trend of law firm mergers, including large out-of-state firms recently entering the Metro Detroit market through mergers with local practices.

Read more in a recently published article in Crain’s Detroit Business (subscription required).