Farmington Hills Attorney Litigates Controversial Cases
RELEASED: August 15, 2012
FARMINGTON HILLS, MICHIGAN –
Attorney Jay Schwartz knows how to tackle tough cases. He is currently representing Uni-Dig, a Michigan environmental services company whose composting operation in Macomb County has become controversial due to concerns about the emission of odors. In late July, there was a suspicious fire at the site that may have been caused by arson.
Mr. Schwartz, of Schwartz Law Firm in Farmington Hills, is defending the company against two lawsuits — one by Clinton Township and another by a group of nearby property owners. Uni-Dig has already successfully argued against a preliminary injunction against its operations sought by the township.
The cases litigated by Mr. Schwartz are often high-profile disputes that attract press attention. In addition to the Uni-Dig dispute, he has recently appeared in the media regarding a civil rights case in . His firm is also involved in a well-publicized employment discrimination case in Bay City.
Jay Schwartz is a graduate of Wayne State University Law School. He has been a member of the Michigan Bar since 1991.
Business litigation is one of several practice areas in which Schwartz Law Firm serves clients in Southeastern Michigan. The firm also practices divorce and family law, employment law, criminal law, estate planning and several other areas. From offices in Farmington Hills and the firm serves clients throughout Southeast Michigan.