Patrick Sturdy, an attorney in our Livonia office, was recently elected the Michigan State President for the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH). The AOH is a Catholic, Irish American Fraternal Organization that was formed in 1836 to protect the Clergy and immigrants from anti-Irish sentiment. Today, the AOH continues to protect the Clergy, but also promotes social welfare through charitable activities. Mr. Sturdy also serves as Deputy National Council of the AOH.
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Did you know attorneys in the Firm’s Appellate Department also provide legal research and writing services to clients?
To avoid a potential lawsuit or being held liable for a particular issue, it is important for business owners to know the law. The services provided by our Appellate Department range from researching complex and subtle legal issues to drafting legal memorandums and articles for personal, professional and corporate use.
Business owners may be interested in obtaining information about privacy issues, the validity of their employment contracts, employee background check precautions, family and medical leave act questions, intellectual property concerns (copyright, trademark, patent, trade secrets), Internet law issues and just about any other area of the law.
Our team of attorneys can assist with:
● Understanding the basic law
● Analyzing the law as it pertains to specific issues within your company
● Finding legal resources
● Finding constitutional provisions, statutes, policies, ordinances
● Validating your research
Our highly-skilled research and writing attorneys take a proactive approach to identifying legal issues beyond the scope of the original assignment that may be crucial to the ultimate success of the project, and work together with clients to determine the best strategy to apply to the unique facts and legal issues in each case.
Please contact Karen Daley for assistance or additional information. She can be reached at (734) 261-2400 or email@example.com.