David Montera has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, with a major in... more
David Montera has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, with a major in Accounting from Wayne State University.He also holds a Jurist Doctor Degree from the Michigan State University School of Law.He is a practicing attorney licensed in Michigan and California.He is admitted to Practice in The Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan, the Northern and Central Districts of California,... view profile
Since opening our doors we have always strived to put the client first. We do not... more
Since opening our doors we have always strived to put the client first. We do not hand our client's off to a junior associate or a paralegal. We attend hearing with our clients, not some junior associate or attorney from down the street. If our client's call we answer the phone if we in the office and call them back if we are not. Our office has always put our client's interests above that of ... view profile
I practice law in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and throughout Washtenaw County. I am the... more
I practice law in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and throughout Washtenaw County. I am the mother of two teenagers, and we have a small, unruly dog. I enjoy kayaking, hiking, swimming, cooking, history, gardening, reading and travel.
Daniel E. Scott is an associate attorney at Dillon & Dillon, P.L.C. Dan brings a... more
Daniel E. Scott is an associate attorney at Dillon & Dillon, P.L.C. Dan brings a wide array of experience to the firm, primarily focusing on Corporate Law and Business Transactions. He delivers a powerful combination of professionalism, efficiency, and zealous advocacy. Mr. Scott obtained his undergraduate degree in corporate finance from Wayne State University. His law degree was obtained fr... view profile
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