Erin Morgan Klug is an Intellectual Property Attorney residing in Northville,... more
Erin Morgan Klug is an Intellectual Property Attorney residing in Northville, Michigan and practicing in Ann Arbor and Troy, Michigan. Ms. Klug earned her Juris Doctor degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Ms. Klug is admitted to practice before the State Courts of Michigan and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. During law school, Erin studied Eur... view profile
My practice focuses on family law matters which include divorce, child custody,... more
My practice focuses on family law matters which include divorce, child custody, child support, parenting time, spousal support, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements and post-judgment matters. My criminal practice includes traffic violations, minor in possession offenses, drunk driving offenses, assault and battery, domestic violence, retail fraud, financial and fraud related crimes, drivin... view profile
My 38 years experience in employment law exceeds all other full time practitioners... more
My 38 years experience in employment law exceeds all other full time practitioners in the Flint area. I tried my first employment case in 1977 and have successfully litigated numerous employment issues at trial, arbitration, hearings and on appeals since then. AV and Super lawyer rated.
Dan concentrates his practice on litigating and resolving commercial, contract, and... more
Dan concentrates his practice on litigating and resolving commercial, contract, and bankruptcy disputes. He has tried and arbitrated several cases, and has significant experience negotiating the settlement of complex matters. Dan collaborates with clients to evaluate business and legal options to efficiently resolve disputes both before and during the litigation process.
Mr. Stoops focuses his practice on complex business litigation including such areas... more
Mr. Stoops focuses his practice on complex business litigation including such areas as breach of contract, business torts, trade secrets, automotive supplier disputes, intellectual property, and employment litigation. He went into law because he enjoys the intellectual challenge that results from an ever evolving legal landscape. Since becoming a lawyer, hes learned just how important his work ... view profile
My practice areas include representing municipal corporations and private employers... more
My practice areas include representing municipal corporations and private employers in labor and employment matters, civil litigation, and environmental law. I represent individuals in business law, real property, contracts and land use law. I am a 2006 graduate of the University of Toledo College of Law and a 2002 graduate of Michigan State University, James Madison College. I am also a memb... view profile
My goal is to understand and resolve clients' employment concerns through active... more
My goal is to understand and resolve clients' employment concerns through active listening, investigative research, and attentive communication. I strive to create relationships based on trust, professionalism, authenticity, and respect. At Sue Ellen Eisenberg & Associates, I work with an exceptional team of attorneys, representing both employees and employers, to negotiate mutually benefic... view profile
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