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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Does that contract Arbitration Clause mean what you think it does? Oct 05, 2015

Attorneys often recommend arbitration clauses in contracts as a means to resolve disputes arising out of the contract. It is often recommended as a less expensive, private, and less tedious alternative to litigation. However, there is no one size fits all arbitration clause, and if not drafted properly, they can cause more harm than good.  Here are some points to review before you sign away your organization's litigation rights: • Who is your Arbitrator? Did the parties come to an agreement as to how many Arbitrators there will be? Do you need one or three?  What qualifications should they have? If the contract matter is specialized, you may want to consider an arbitrator with qualifications in that subject matter. •... [Read More]

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