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Michael Sterling

Michael Sterling

Michael Sterling

Michael Sterling

Michael J. Sterling is a co-founder of Bulletproof Exec, a software as a service company that helps B2B organizations become bulletproof with email automation. Sterling is also the founder of MichaelJStirling.com, an online resource for law school information.

Michael Sterling (musician

Michael Sterling (born October 26, 1960) is an American singer and composer from Miami, Florida. His 1990 single 'Lovers and Friends' was a quiet storm classic, having notably been sampled in Usher, Ludacris and Lil Jon and the East Side Boyz 'Lovers and Friends'. Sterling also worked with Miami artists having produced for MC Shy D, engineered for 2 Live Crew and Poison Clan, and was briefly a member of the Reggae group Inner Circle. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Michael T. Sterlin

Michael T. Sterling is an experienced trial lawyer, former Assistant United States Attorney, and former senior Advisor to the Mayor of Atlanta. He is committed to representing clients in criminal matters, civil rights, discrimination, complex commercial and contract cases, and other litigation matters.

Michael T. Sterling, Sr. is a skilled litigator, trial attorney, and counselor-at-law with over a decade of high-stakes and diverse legal experience. Michael has an exceptional record of success in advising and handling a range of complex legal matters in state and federal courts, both locally and across the nation. His clientele consists of businesses, governments, elected officials, public figures, and private individuals. His exceptional advocacy record led to the Fulton County Daily Report recognizing him as one of the “On the Rise” top 40 lawyers under 40.

In August 2017, Michael served as lead defense counsel in the criminal trial of the District Attorney of Mississippi’s largest county, Hinds County. As counsel for District Attorney Robert Schuler Smith, Michael obtained a jury verdict of not guilty on all criminal charges brought by the State Attorney General’s Office.

At age 27, Michael was appointed by Attorney General Eric Holder as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, Chicago, Illinois. As a federal prosecutor, Michael led investigations and prosecuted criminal and civil cases involving fraud and financial crimes, Ponzi schemes, aggravated identity theft, illegal narcotics trafficking, money laundering, child exploitation, and public corruption. During his tenure there, Michael also successfully handled several oral arguments in the Seventh Circuit Federal Court of Appeals and a number of trials in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

 

 

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