Zana Tomich takes the time to think about the various twists and turns of her legal career, and lessons derived along the way, in an interview with Tasha Norman for law.com, about how she co-founded Dalton + Tomich. ‘Don’t Let Humility Get in the Way […]Read More
As part of the administration’s push to curb excessive fees, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is proposing drastic reductions to fees charged to consumers by credit card companies. If approved, the unintended consequences of higher interest rates, lower credit lines, and fewer new cards being […]Read More
Almost a year ago, I wrote about businesses and their creditors preparing for a possible recession. If we judged the economy solely by the cryptocurrency industry, we would have said it tanked long ago. But we don’t, and here we are, still tiptoeing around the […]Read More
Michigan voters approved medical marijuana in 2008 and its recreational use in 2018. The Great Lakes State is purportedly the third largest market for cannabis in the country, after California and Colorado. There are at least three major problems facing the industry, including too much […]Read More
Michigan has longstanding law that requires certain agreements or contracts be in writing to be considered legally enforceable. This is known as the statute of frauds. The land sale contracts and certain lease agreements are included under this statute of frauds, which require these types […]Read More
One of our practice areas as a firm is to challenge unlawful zoning ordinances. There are a number of ways a zoning ordinance could be unlawful, one of which is by being a “prior restraint” on First Amendment free speech. Courts are usually hesitant to […]Read More
“We have changed our terms.” How often do you get this pop-up or email? It seems like companies, services, and platforms are constantly changing their terms. Now—answer honestly. How often do you read those changed terms or the fine print of any contract, whether in original […]Read More
The new year always ushers in new legal obligations and risks for Michigan businesses, and 2023 is no exception. Here are six legal issues—in some cases, new laws—that require businesses’ attention this year. As you’ll learn, certain new laws have already taken effect, which means […]Read More
This space has previously written about the method of establishing a prescriptive easement in Michigan. As a refresher, a prescriptive easement arises from open, notorious, adverse (or hostile), and continuous use of the land for a period of 15 years. Most Michigan attorneys could identify […]Read More
On October 8, 2022, Dalton & Tomich attorney Noel Sterett will present a workshop at the 2022 Christian Legal Society National Conference entitled “Resolving Church Property Disputes: Past, Present, and Future.” Attorney Sterett, along with his co-presenter, Professor Michael V. Hernandez of Regent University School […]Read More
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In my role as Administrative Bishop for the Church of God, quite often we are faced with issues that involve local governments and municipalities. Many of these issues that arise in dealing with entities are land use related. I have found Dalton & Tomich’s experience and expertise in this area to be a valuable resource and asset in every situation.
Never one time during a year-long litigation process did Dalton & Tomich demonstrate anything other than Christ-like professionalism. They managed the legal details, while we continued to do church. How they managed themselves, managed our case, and represented our church set the table for me and our church to be where we are today.
Dalton & Tomich’s expertise and experience helped us through a very difficult legal journey, ultimately achieving a favorable outcome. Their personal interest in helping us went “above and beyond” just the call of duty.