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Co-leader of Dykema’s Infrastructure and Project Finance Practice Area Chaired 4th U.S. Infrastructure Investment Summit in New York

July 1, 2009

DETROIT—Dykema, a leading national law firm, announces that the co-leader of the firm’s Infrastructure and Project Finance Practice Area, Aleksandra A. Miziolek, chaired the two day 4th U.S. Infrastructure Investment Summit held at the Downtown Conference Center in New York June 24-25, 2009. This summit, which was sponsored by the International Quality and Productivity Center (IQPC), provided an interactive platform for leading investors, government and state officials, and contractors and project managers to discuss establishing successful P3 partnerships. Featured at the Summit were public officials such as the Director of the Ohio Department of Transportation, policy experts from the Bipartisan Policy Center and the Reason Foundation, as well as representatives from larger infrastructure funds such as Barclays Capital, Blackstone Group, JPMorgan Asset Management, Macquarie Group, Morgan Stanley and UBS. These infrastructure experts were joined by other professionals in the infrastructure space such as AE Capital Advisers LLC, Alterna Capital Partners, Autilia LLC, Bogan Associates, Enduring Investments, EQT Partners Inc., First Infrastructure LLC, Global Infrastructure LLC, Lambdastar Infrastructure Partners and US Renewables Group.

Ms. Miziolek, the Director of Dykema’s Business Services Department and co-leader of the Infrastructure and Project Finance Practice Area with an emphasis on Public Private Partnerships, focuses primarily on mergers and acquisitions, joint venture and other corporate transactions involving both public and privately held companies. She has extensive experience in representing companies in the automotive, transportation and infrastructure related industries and is a frequent speaker and author on P3s. She has also counseled public companies and their boards of directors in the areas of corporate governance and fiduciary duties including representation of special committees of the board in their review of strategic alternatives.