Experienced Lawyers Helping With Complex Business Litigation Settlements
Deneweth, Dugan & Parfitt, P.C., is a law firm for business litigation. We aggressively advocate in state and federal courts for our clients, whether in prosecution or defense. We litigate on a consistent basis and expect positive results.
Skilled Representation In A Wide Range Of Business Litigation Matters
We anticipate your needs, achieve your goals and exceed your expectations. We counsel and advocate for business clients throughout Michigan in the following areas:
Employment law (Employer): We advise and represent businesses in all matters concerning state and federal employment law.
Minority certification: Both federal and state governments provide incentives to businesses that receive certifications regarding a minority workforce. We can let you know whether your company qualifies and we can help guide you through the certification process.
Business formation and organization : We provide comprehensive organizational and transactional services to businesses in Troy and throughout Michigan.
Contract preparation and negotiation: Properly drafted contracts can help your business avoid costly litigation down the road. Our lawyers are skilled at drafting agreements and negotiating terms to ensure that you remain protected.
Payment and collection: Businesses rely on timely financial transactions to help ensure their continued operation and profitability. We help resolve disputes when payment issues arise.
Our clients appreciate our availability and commitment to open communication regarding their case. We believe communication is the key to a successful attorney-client relationship.
Contact Our Attorneys For Solutions To Your Business Legal Matters
We try cases in all Michigan courts, in the federal courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Michigan, the Court of Federal Claims, and adversary proceedings in United States Bankruptcy Court. We understand that litigation is not a business goal of our clients and we work closely with our clients to avoid litigation and, if necessary, develop a litigation strategy that serves their interests and meets their needs.