Jason Barrix Graduated High School in 1983 from Lawrenceville, Illinois after also attending high school at Wayland Union High School in Wayland Michigan and East Kentwood High School. Attended Central Michigan university from 1983-1988 gradua...
Practice areas & skills: Licensing, Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, DUI & DWI
I have been practicing criminal defense law since I earned my law license in 1987. The cases that I have handled have included everything from homocides to trespassing tickets. My primary counties of practice are Livingston, Washtenaw, Ingham and ...
Practice areas & skills: Licensing, Criminal Defense, General Practice
The creative community is generally been poorly served by the legal community that has failed to respond to the changing . In our current firm, we strive to deliver creative inputs to build patent, trademark, and other IP assets; in a way that int...
Practice areas & skills: Licensing, Trademark Application, Patent Application, Copyright Application
Anthony Kogut heads Willingham & Cote's Alcohol Bererage Law group which represents persons in the beverage alcohol industry to obtain licenses. He also represents businesses who have been cited for a violation of the Michigan Liquor Control Code.
Practice areas & skills: Licensing, Franchising, Administrative Law, Commercial, Insurance
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