The annual conference provides industry updates along with quality educational instruction for MBIA members, representing nearly 400 marine businesses in Michigan.
The City Council of Farmington Hills supported Mayor Ken Massey’s recommendation that attorney George Curran be appointed to the city’s Brownfield Redevelopment Authority.
Edward S. Gusky, an attorney with Kotz Sangster Wysocki P.C., has been appointed Real Estate Practice Group Leader.
All too often, companies discover that their insurance company will designate which law firm will defend them in employment related claims.
Grand Rapids Business Journal met with our attorney, Sean McNally to discuss our expansion into West Michigan.
The Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce sent a group of ambassadors for a symbolic ribbon cutting to welcome the Michigan-wide firm to Grand Rapids.
John R. Colip, practicing business law, estate planning, real estate and family law in Buchanan since 1980, and a Buchanan native, has joined Kotz Sangster Wysocki P.C.
The most important financial regulation affecting those who lend to the construction industry is not Dodd-Frank, but the Michigan Builders Trust Fund Act.
Attorney Robert Goldi was selected to participate in a year-long community leadership program to enhance leadership skills and gain insight and knowledge of regional issues among senior-level executives in southeast Michigan.
Our commercial litigation team recently won an appeal in favor of the City of Detroit Downtown Development Authority (DDA) in an appellate action brought by American Atheists, Inc.