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When the Zoning Board Closes Your Church: The New Battleground in the Fight Over Religious Liberty.

Daniel Dalton was quoted in the Wall Street Journal article by Sarah Pulliam Bailey, “When the Zoning Board Closes Your Church: The new battleground in the fight over religious liberty.”

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Dalton & Tomich, PLC Guides Banks Through Michigan, National Economic Changes

Dalton & Tomich are featured in the Michigan Banker Magazine cover story, “Dalton & Tomch, plc Guide Banks Through Michigan, National Economic Changes” December 2011, Vol 23, No. 12.

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Dalton & Tomich PLC's Fall 2011 Newsletter

Please see our Fall Newsletter for the latest happenings at Dalton & Tomich, PLC

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Zana Tomich named one of Michigan's Up & Coming Lawyers 2011 by Michigan Lawyers Weekly

Congratulations to Zana Tomich on being named to Michigan Lawyers Weekly Up & Coming Lawyers 2011. Michigan Lawyers Weekly selected 20 attorneys who have practiced law for 10 years or less, yet have already distinguished themselves in the practice of law, and appear poised for […]

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Dalton & Tomich receive recognition from Michigan Superlawyers

Daniel Dalton was named a 2011 Michigan Super Lawyer in Land Use and Zoning; and Zana Tomich was named a 2011 Rising Star by Michigan Super Lawyers in Business/Corporate.

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Dalton & Tomich commetary on the Crystal Cathedral Bankruptcy in Church Executive Magazine

  • September 1, 2011
  • by Daniel P. Dalton
  • Category: Banking

What happens when a Church files Chapter 11 bankruptcy? Dalton & Tomich were called upon to answer the question in this month’s Church Executive Magazine in light of the Crystal Cathedral bankruptcy filing in Orange County, California. Read about it in the September, 2011 edition […]

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Dalton Tomich client and Digerati co-founder, Brian Balasia, receives Dave Bing Future Leader Award.

Dalton & Tomich, plc congratulates Digerati and Brian Balasia, on his Dave Bing Future Leader Award. We are pleased to work with the team at Digerati, and honored to call them clients.

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Dalton & Tomich, plc marks its first anniversary with its Summer E-Newsletter.

  • August 25, 2011
  • by Zana Tomich
  • Category: Firm News

Dalton & Tomich, plc marks its first anniversary with its Summer E-Newsletter.

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One year later: Paeth v. Worth township. An overview of the case published in the Detroit News

A year ago today, a jury in the United States District Court in Detroit, Michigan rendered the largest verdict in a First Amendment retaliation, Due Process case in Michigan. Since that time, the Township recalled the elected offiical at the heart of the case, two […]

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Dalton & Tomich quoted in Detroit Free Press article, "Commerical Farming in Detroit"

When looking for expert advice on land use and zoning, the Detroit Free Press turned to Dalton & Tomich for its opinion on urban farming in Detroit, Michigan. Commercial_farming_to_start_in_Detroit_with_1,000_trees___Detroit_Free_Press.pdf

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The attorneys of Dalton & Tomich, PLC have the experience and the knowledge to work with you to develop a legal solution that helps accomplish your goals. Our collaborative approach has helped leaders like you grow businesses and banks, develop and expand churches, and build nonprofit organizations nationwide.