The attorneys of Dalton & Tomich represent leading businesses, religious organizations and financial institutions throughout the nation in the area of complex litigation, general counsel and land use matters, including:

Dalton & Tomich PLC represents a myriad of clients with a varying degree of complexity, from large community banks with assets near a billion dollars, to religious institutions throughout the United States in land use and Church property disputes.  We also represent technology companies; marketing, design, and advertising agencies; clients in the food & beverage industry; and land use and zoning developers in Michigan.  Our firm is nimble enough to move quickly on your legal needs and cost effective in achieving the results that clients seek.

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Non-Compete Agreement Interpreted in Favor of Employee Sep 23, 2014

In a recent Michigan Court of Appeals case, Huron Technology v. Sparling, Mich. Ct. App., Sept. 11, 2014, Unpublished, the Court found that an Employee did not violate his Non-Compete Agreement because he was not working for a “competitor” as defined under his Agreement. The Defendant/Employee executed an employment contract when he was first hired by Plaintiff, a company in the material handling industry.  In the Agreement, he agreed he would not for a period of two years after his employment ends, perform any services . . . for a company which makes or sells . . . any products or service competitive with a product or service offered by his employer.  Defendant’s job involved soliciting customers and developing specialized... [Read More]

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