Commercial Litigation Attorney In Detroit
Once a lawsuit is filed in Michigan, a complex legal process begins with tight deadlines, long waiting periods and a variety of paperwork. This page will help you understand that process. Once a lawsuit is filed, the party being sued (the “defendant”) must be provided with a copy of the lawsuit. There are technical requirements for the timing and manner of serving notice of the lawsuit on the defendant. Once the person sued is given proper notice, the person will have a period of time to file a response to the complaint. The response is called an “answer.” The next step is called “discovery.
Our firm represents and advises clients who are or might become involved in a lawsuit or appeal as a result of a dispute, including prevention and settlement, in such areas as:
•Breach of contract, enforcement of a contractual obligation
•Unfair trade practices
•Labor and employment law, employment discrimination, civil rights
•Shareholder disputes, shareholder derivative suits
•Terminations and business dissolution
•Foreclosure and condemnation
•Employee wage and benefits
•Unfair denial of Insurance claims
•Litigation and Civil Trials: Representation for both Plaintiffs and Defendants
•Auto Fraud/Lemon Law
•Libel and Slander
•Fraud and Misrepresentation
•Insurance Bad Faith
•Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
•Invasion of Privacy
Not only do our business clients benefit from our courtroom expertise, but many of our opponents have gone on to hire us to represent them in their own disputes. Clearly, they know that it's better to have our Law Firm with them than against them.
Call for a free telephone consultation and if appropriate a free office consultation where we can obtain the details necessary to evaluate and handle your case.
Litigation Attorneys in Detroit