The law firm of Dalton & Tomich, PLC is representing the owners of the former Macomb Daily building in a federal lawsuit against the City of Mount Clemens. The plaintiffs, George and Isabella Adams and Daily Planet Properties, LLC, have been trying to develop and […]Read More
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently overturned a Wisconsin district court and ruled that a public school district’s practice of renting the auditorium of a nearby church for graduation ceremonies violates the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution. In John Doe v. Elmbrook School […]Read More
The Michigan Court of Appeals reversed the decision of a local Zoning Board of Appeals that denied a homeowner the right to rent her lakefront property during the summer. In Soechtig v. Township of Greenbush, the plaintiff and her family had rented the home in […]Read More
San Diego (May 23, 2012) – The Honorable Cathy Ann Bencivengo, United States District Court Judge for the Southern District of California, has set a trial date of October 1, 2012 in the case of Academy of Our Lady of Peace v. City of San […]Read More
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, in a decision announced this morning, has upheld the constitutionality of Administrative Hearings Bureaus that many Michigan cities and townships use to collect fines for municipal violations. David Klein and All Brothers Investment, LLC, brought suit against the City […]Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Zak Walsh April 3, 2012 (248) 626-0006 APPEAL IN PRECEDENT-SETTING MICHIGAN LAND USE CASE SET FOR APRIL 11 Bloomfield Hills, Mich. – Oral arguments will be heard April 11, 2012 in the appeal of the landmark land-use case Paeth vs. Worth […]Read More
Today, Michigan Lawyers Weekly profiled a case currently being litigated by the professionals of Dalton & Tomich plc that is now pending in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan captioned Daley v. Chesterfield Township. See, /~daltontomich/wp-content/uploads/attachments/Are_water_tap_fees_all_wet__-_Michigan_Lawyers_Weekly.pdf This case involves a classic Procedural […]Read More
Today, the Supreme Court gave property-owners a right to sue the U.S. Environmental Agency to make an immediate challenge to an EPA order to stop a development that the agency says threatens the nation’s waters making clear that the courts remain open for citizens who […]Read More
In case there was any ambiguity as to the enforceability of deed restrictions, the Michigan Court of Appeals made clear in a recent decision that contractual agreements created by deed restrictions are enforceable. In Thom v. Palushaj, No. 301568, 2012 WL 472893 (Mich. App. 2012), […]Read More
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.
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.