Stephanie B. Burnstein is an associate attorney who primarily concentrates her practice in general litigation matters including negligence, insurance and trucking/transportation matters. She has extensive experience in all stages of litigation including client intake, filing lawsuits, conducting discovery, drafting and arguing motions, case evaluations, settlement negotiations and post-litigation review. Prior to joining Segal McCambridge, Ms. Burnstein worked as an associate with a litigation group in Southfield, MI.
Ms. Burnstein earned her J. D. from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, MI. While in law school, she served as the Symposium Editor and Assistant Editor at The Wayne Law Review and was a Director and Member of Outside Competitions for the Moot Court team. She also received the Kienbaum, Opperwall, Hardy and Pelton PLC Endowed Scholarship in 2014. Ms. Burnstein holds a bachelor's degree in social relations and policy from Michigan State University. She is admitted to practice in Michigan.
- Recipient of the Kienbaum, Opperwall, Hardy and Pelton PLC Endowed Scholarship (2014)
- Third Place Brief at the Robert R. Wagner National Labor & Employment Law Moot Court Competition (2013)
- Octofinalist at the Robert R. Wagner National Labor & Employment Law Moot Court Competition (2013)
- Third Place Award for Individual Appellate Advocacy in the Arthur Neef Competition (2012)
- First Place, Writing Competition- Health Care Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan (2012)
- Obtained summary disposition on behalf of auto auction by arguing that Plaintiff was more than 50% at fault for the accident when he stepped in front of a moving vehicle in an auction lane.
- Obtained summary disposition on behalf of a subcontractor relating to a slip and fall that occurred at a construction site by successfully arguing that the subcontractor owed no duty to the Plaintiff.
- Obtained summary judgment and dismissal on a claim with a demand in excess of $100,000 after uncovering Plaintiff’s fraudulent misrepresentations.
- Obtained summary disposition an subsequent grant of attorney fees on behalf of an insurer for a transportation company based on Plaintiff’s fraud.
- Granted partial summary disposition on a Plaintiff’s wage loss claims as the claims were speculative in nature and did not constitute temporary unemployment.
- GENERAL FRAUD EXCLUSIONS: AN IMPOSING DEFENSE IN MICHIGAN PIP ACTIONS8.2.16
Wayne State University Law School, J.D., cum laude (2014)
Michigan State University, B.A., Social Relations and Policy (2011)
- Michigan, 2014
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, 2015