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Business Law for Professionals

Keeping Professional Practice Focused in Metro Detroit

Thomas, DeGrood & Witenoff, PC, focuses the majority of our practice on supporting small- to medium-sized professional businesses and insurance companies in Southeastern Michigan that require close, consistent legal counsel at an affordable price.

We believe our general counsel services provide all the benefits to our clients that in-house counsel provides to large corporations:

  • Timely, effective management of business filings
  • Incorporations and status changes
  • Labor law compliance
  • Facility leasing and property negotiations
  • Contract negotiation and review
  • Supply chain negotiation
  • Risk management
  • Asset protection

Our attorneys work hard to develop trusting business relationships that make room for open communication and creative solutions for your legal needs.  

Commercial Litigation for Michigan Businesses

Thomas, DeGrood & Witenoff, PC, assists general-counsel and new clients in all aspects of commercial litigation:

  • Contract disputes
  • Third-party claims
  • Insurance claims
  • Breach of contract
  • Unfair trade or practices
  • Malpractice claims

Our role is always to help professionals stay on track with work. 

If legal challenges present an obstacle for your business, our firm wants to help you reach a desirable solution. 

We believe that hard work in the career you choose is an important pursuit.  We want you to focus on your professional practice with the same vigor and passion that we focus on ours. 

Call 1-800-899-4664 or 1 248 353-4450 for business law counsel in Detroit and lower Michigan.

About the Firm

Thomas, DeGrood & Witenoff, PC, represents professional clients in metro Detroit, Southeastern and lower Michigan who require close, consistent legal support for strong business performance.

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