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Eugene Lawrence Hartwig, American Lawyer. Board of directors Detroit Symphony Orchestra 1984. Fellow College Labor and Employment Lawyers; member American Bar Association (past section chairman), American Corporation Counsel Association (board directors, past president), American Law Institute, American Employment Law Council.

Background

Hartwig, Eugene Lawrence was born on March 18, 1933 in Cleveland. Son of Lawrence Elmer and Helen Cora (Schrauf) Hartwig.

Education

AB, University of Michigan, 1955;Bachelor of Laws, University of Michigan, 1958.

Career

Admitted to the bar, 1958, Michigan. 1965, United States. Supreme Court. Phi Alpha Delta. Attorney and Associate General Counsel, General Motors Corporation, 1958-1983.

Vice President and Associate General Counsel, General Motors Corporation, 1983-1987. Of Counsel, Butzel Long, Detroit, Michigan, 1987-1990. Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Kelly Services, Inc., 1990—.

Trustee, Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hall, Inc., 1988—. Member, Board of Directors, Michigan Opera Theatre, 1995—. Member: State Bar Michigan.

American Bar Association (Member, Section of Labor and Employment Law). American Law Institute. American Employment Law Council.

Defense Research Institute. American Society of Corporate Secretaries. Fellow, The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.

(Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary).

Membership

Member, Board of Directors, Michigan Opera Theatre, 1995—. Member: State Bar Michigan. American Bar Association (Member, Section of Labor and Employment Law).

American Law Institute. American Employment Law Council. Defense Research Institute.

American Society of Corporate Secretaries. Fellow, The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. (Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary).

Fellow, The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. (Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary).

Connections

Married Donna Kay Netzer, June 22, 1957. Children: Catherine Louise Stiteler, Charles Lawrence, David Alan.