Andrey T. Tomkiw has dedicated his legal career to representing employers in labor and employment law cases, and in related business matters. A significant portion of his practice is dedicated to assisting human resource professionals in the imple...
Practice areas & skills: Business, Employment & Labor, Corporate & Incorporation
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Practice areas & skills: Business, General Practice, Divorce & Separation, Appeals
Demorest Law Firm is a business and real estate law firm, located in Royal Oak and Dearborn, Michigan. I have been practicing for 27 years in the Detroit area. We serve as the general counsel for most of our business clients.
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Business, Real Estate, Employment & Labor, Land Use & Zoning
I specialize in providing mediation and arbitration services, proportionate and effective ADR methodologies, and neutral services to disputants. I work with organizations to develop strategic dispute resolution systems with critical stakeholders; ...
Practice areas & skills: Mediation, Arbitration, Business, Employment & Labor, Litigation
Jeremy R. Cnudde is a Shareholder at Kemp Klein Law Firm. He concentrates his practice on corporate transactions and federal and state tax planning and tax appeals litigation, and nonprofit and charities law. Mr. Cnudde represents middle-market, e...
Practice areas & skills: Business, Tax, Mergers & Acquisitions, Contracts & Agreements, Corporate & Incorporation
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