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    Regardless of the legal issue affecting your life, your business, your family and your future, you can find the quality, effective representation and support you deserve at Willis Law in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout West Michigan, including Grand Rapids and Paw Paw, the attorneys at our law firm possess extensive experience in a variety of practice areas, and...

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    Regardless of the legal issue affecting your life, your business, your family and your future, you can find the quality, effective representation and support you deserve at Willis Law in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout West Michigan, including Grand Rapids and Paw Paw, the attorneys at our law firm possess extensive experience in a variety of practice areas, and...

  • Since 1941, Smith Haughey has called downtown Grand Rapids home. In 2011 we moved 53 attorneys and 54 professional staff into the 150-year-old Flat Iron Building. Our renovation of the building allowed us to reduce our environmental footprint, streamline our processes, and improve our flexibility and accessibility. All of which furthers our commitment to deliver exceptional efficiency to our...

  • Since its founding in 1975, Kaufman, Payton & Chapa has earned a reputation as one of Michigan's most successful law firms with special experience and capabilities in the areas of insurance law, product liability, medical malpractice, professional liability, liquor liability, excess and reinsurance law, municipal, international insurance, life, health and accident law, environmental impairment,...

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    As a founding member of the Bos & Glazier law firm in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Bradley Glazier focuses his practice exclusively on employment law and employment litigation. Serving clients throughout the Grand Rapids metro area as well as across Kent, Ottawa and Muskegon counties, Mr. Glazier advocates aggressively on behalf of those adversely affected by work-related issues, including all of...

  • Serving businesses and individuals throughout south-central Michigan, Abbott, Thomson & Beer, PLC, creates innovative solutions for our clients in many areas of law, including business law, labor and employment law, estate planning and probate, real estate law, and school and education law. Our Jackson, Michigan, law firm offers clients superior personal attention from a team of experienced...

  • Smith Haughey opened our Ann Arbor office on North Main Street in 2002. The firm had been looking to expand to the eastside of the state for some time and was delighted when Ed Stein chose to join the firm and head up that office. In 2005, we moved to the newly renovated Schwaben Building. The four-story, 22,000-square-foot building has been a fixture on Ashley Street since 1915. Today, the...

  • Since 1926, Berry Moorman has delivered skilled legal counsel and exceptional service to its clients. The firm represents individuals and businesses in diverse industries and pursuits. The firm's business clients range from small and emerging enterprises to large, publicly held corporations, governmental bodies and educational and charitable organizations. The firm's attorneys are admitted to...

  • 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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    Comprehensive, Cost-Effective Legal Services Located in Reed City, Michigan, the law firm of McCurdy, Wotila & Porteous, P.C., has proudly served the legal needs of the residents and businesses of our community for more than 40 years. During that time, we have achieved unprecedented success delivering the personalized assistance and dependable representation our clients deserve for their legal...

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