Top Vanderbilt Labor Lawyers - Michigan

  • 101 North Park Street,Suite 100 Traverse City MI 49684 44.764156 -85.61839

    The Traverse City office of the law firm of Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge opened in 1990 with seven attorneys. Today, the office has quadrupled in size to include attorneys who practice a full range of legal services including business law, estate planning, family law, real estate law, and litigation. Situated in the heart of the business and shopping district of downtown Traverse City, Smith...

  • 120 E. Front St.,2nd Floor Loft Traverse City MI 49684 44.76384 -85.62274

    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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    120 West Harris Street Cadillac MI 49601 44.250126 -85.39984

    Northwest Michigan's Top Choice For High Quality Legal Counsel A staple of our community for more than 40 years, the law firm of McCurdy, Wotila & Porteous, P.C., in Cadillac, Michigan, has served the individuals, families and businesses of Wexford County and the surrounding areas by providing the quality representation and dependable support they need for all of their challenging legal...

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    123 West Upton Ave. Reed City MI 49677 43.8757 -85.51095

    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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