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Top Lincoln Civil Rights Lawyers - Michigan

  • For more than 20 years now, Gafkay Law, PLC, in Michigan has offered exceptional advocacy and support to employees who experienced a serious violation of their rights on the job. Focusing primarily on employment law, our law firm has become one of the leading legal practices in the region and state for those dealing with any type of workplace discrimination, harassment, retaliation or any other...

  • From our offices throughout southeastern Michigan, Nacht & Associates, P.C. forcefully advocates all types of cases in all forums, concentrating in employment law, education law, civil rights, and criminal defense. The firm has experience in corporate/commercial negotiation and trial litigation and represents clients in a wide variety of appellate work. We also provide corporations, governmental...

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  • Based in the Detroit metropolitan area on Lake Orion, near the Palace of Auburn Hills in Oakland County Michigan, THE WOLF LAW FIRM offers aggressive and innovative legal representation for businesses and individuals in Michigan and nationwide. With over 80 years of combined experience, our attorneys have the knowledge, tenacity and legal acumen to handle a wide range of matters, including:...

  • Hertz Schram, P.C. is a progressive law firm with offices located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. The firm has a decidedly fresh and entrepreneurial spirit, which both infused our founding in 1979 and drives our present growth. For over three decades, our exceptional lawyers have provided clients from individuals to multi-national corporations with an unsurpassed level of ingenuity, service and...

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    Gasiorek, Morgan, Greco, McCauley & Kotzian, PC: Our Goal Is To Provide The Best Representation Possible At GMGMK Law, we are a team of attorneys and professional staff dedicated to a simple goal: to ensure that our clients receive the best possible legal representation, whether they be individual employees, large employers, municipalities or businesses caught up in disputes with government...

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