Robert Hindelang holds a B. S. in Accounting, an MBA in Finance, and a Juris... more
Robert Hindelang holds a B. S. in Accounting, an MBA in Finance, and a Juris Doctorate in Law. He is licensed as a CPA and as an Attorney. Robert Hindelang practices law in the firm Robert L. Hindelang, P.C., and his specialties are Business Planning, Mergers, Acquistions and Dispositions of Businesses, Commercial Transactions, U.S. Customs Law, International Trade Law, and Transportation, ... view profile
My practice is concentrated in complex commercial litigation at both the trial and... more
My practice is concentrated in complex commercial litigation at both the trial and appellate levels. A significant portion of my litigation experience has been in business break-ups, corporate and partnership dissolutions, shareholder disputes and related valuation issues. I have argued appellate cases in the Michigan Supreme Court, the Michigan Court of Appeals as well as the United States Co... view profile
Atrial lawyer since 1984, Sam Morgan has focused his practice on employment rights... more
Atrial lawyer since 1984, Sam Morgan has focused his practice on employment rights and business disputes since 1990. Mr. Morgan's practice is primarily litigation, but it also includes providing advice and counsel to both individual employees and management-side clients seeking to resolve their disputes without litigation. Mr. Morgan pursues and defends against employment-related lawsuits, s... view profile
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