Robert Sosin

Robert M. Sosin is a principal of the firm.  He attended the University of Michigan from which he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a dual major in English and Philosophy.  In 1983, he completed Wayne State University Law School, and was admitted to the Michigan State Bar.

Since that time, Mr. Sosin has had a broad and varied practice.  He represents both employers and employees in most aspects of employment law.  He also has helped individuals and businesses in real estate and commercial litigation and transactions, estate planning, and personal injury matters.  He has been rated “AV” by Martindale-Hubbell.

Mr. Sosin has been an active member of the Oakland County Bar Association for many years.  He has served on the Circuit Court Case Evaluation Committee for the last seven years, and recently had the privilege of chairing the Committee.  He also has been a regular and contributing member of the OCBA’s Labor and Employment Committee (he currently is its Vice-Chair) and the Labor and Employment Section of the State Bar.  And he is honored to be a member of the Michigan Association of Justice. 

Mr. Sosin authored the article, “Admissibility of EEOC Findings in Subsequent Litigation,” published in the August 2010 issue of LACHES.  He also wrote “Negotiating an Office Lease” [Making Your Practice Grow – A Useful Guide for the Healthcare Professional, Charles R. Young (Bracey Publishing Co.)]. 

While helping his wife, Cecilia, raise their grown children, Robert donated much time to coaching their sports teams, acting as a Cub Scout leader, and serving on various school and PTA Committees.  More recently, he has volunteered as a judge of Wayne State Law School’s Trial Advocacy Program.

He looks forward to helping you, your family and your business successfully navigate around and through any legal issues that arise.


E-mail: robert@asnlaw.com

Tel: (248) 642-3200

Fax: (248) 642-3207

Robert Sosin