Trusted Support Resolving Business Disputes
In addition to our corporate and business services, the commercial litigation attorneys at the Schwartz Law Firm have been helping both plaintiffs and defendants in the Detroit area with contract disputes, business fraud, real estate problems and collections work since our firm was founded in 1972. Our clients often own small and medium-sized businesses related to manufacturing, retail sales or the service industry. We also represent credit unions throughout Michigan.
In our business fraud litigation practice, we have successfully represented our clients’ goals in legal matters such as:
- Contract disputes
- Business disputes
- Franchise issues
- Insurance law
- Lemon law issues involving cars
- Warranty problems for homes, autos and equipment
- Fraud and misrepresentation
We Offer Effective Assistance With Real Estate Litigation
Our lawyers believe that all matters can be handled with civility and respect. Many clients have come to us with business litigation problems regarding property and real estate, such as:
- Zoning problems
- Easement disputes
- Eviction proceedings
- Purchase agreements
- Liens and foreclosures
- Landlord and tenant matters
- Leases and leasing agreements
Powerful Representation At Every Level Of State And Federal Court
The Schwartz Law Firm is a full-service law firm that has significant experience taking commercial cases to trial in state and federal courts. Many clients return to us for all of their legal needs because of our enthusiasm and tireless approach. In fact, most of our business arrives by way of client and attorney referrals pleased with our excellent reputation and how we have handled other cases.
We Can Help With Your Complex Commercial Litigation Matters
For a free case evaluation to discuss your matter in complete confidence, contact our business litigation lawyers online or call us at 888-757-1681. We offer personalized attention tailored to your goals, weekend and evening appointments, and a convenient location off of I-275 and I-696.