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Plymouth, Michigan, Business Law Attorney

For dependable advice and precise documentation of your business contract needs, contact Michigan business lawyer Wade A. Myers, P.C., in Plymouth. Our law firm serves small businesses, family businesses, and closely held corporations in Oakland County, Washtenaw County, Livingston County, and Wayne County.

We offer business advice and legal solutions to a wide range of problems that can arise in the course of your customer operations or corporate governance. We can act as your general counsel on such matters as:

  • Contract negotiation and documentation of non-solicitation or non-compete agreements, employment and independent contractor agreements, and customer sales and lease agreements
  • Advice concerning company governance issues, such as bylaw interpretation or amendment, management or shareholder disputes, or questions as to the validity of action taken at a regular meeting, special meeting, or annual meeting
  • Issues arising under state or federal environmental law, such as Phase 1 or Phase 2 Audits ordered by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, or problems concerning contamination or hazardous materials in underground fuel tanks or oil storage tanks at gas stations, dry cleaners, or restaurants such as pizza shops
  • Problems arising under franchise agreements or the transfer of a franchise interest

Our law firm also offers a full range of business litigation services ranging from collections work to breach of contract claims or enforcing your rights under a franchise agreement. We can also represent you in claims for defense or indemnification concerning groundwater or soil contamination.

For a free consultation about our ability to meet your general counsel needs, contact Wayne County business law attorney Wade Myers in Plymouth.

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